San Diego Comic-Con Exclusive Bishoujo Statues
1980's Invisible Woman and Evil Supergirl...
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Kotobukiya presents two superhero Bishoujo exclusives for San Diego Comic-Con 2011, July 21-24. These include:
MARVEL INVISIBLE WOMAN SDCC 2011 EXCLUSIVE BISHOUJO STATUE (Pictured Top)
The first version of this character in the Marvel Bishoujo collection captured the character in her modern outfit with special translucent effects. Now Sue Storm is back again featuring her classic 1980's costume and some great special features, all based on an original character reinterpretation by illustrator Shunya Yamashita.
Invisible Woman stands just over 9 inches tall (in the current Marvel Bishoujo 1/7th scale) on a georama base depicting the hand of the gigantic green monster from the cover of Fantastic Four #1, The Mole Man's Monster. This exclusive version is limited to just 500 pieces and will be available exclusively at San Diego Comic-Con 2011 and via limited pre-orders on kotous.com.
DC COMICS EVIL SUPERGIRL LIMITED EDITION BISHOUJO STATUE (Below)
While there have been various incarnations of Supergirl throughout the years, the current one has taken the world by storm. Reintroduced to fans in 2004, Kara Zor-El is the Kryptonian cousin of Superman and has all of the same superpowers. In 2005’s Supergirl #5, Lex Luthor used a Black Kryptonite ray to create a duplicate, evil version of the heroic Supergirl. While the two would later re-assemble with the help of Wonder Woman, Kara’s evil alter ego gained instant fame for her bad attitude and sexy look.
Evil Supergirl was sculpted by Masahiro “Gill Gill” Takahashi based on a design by illustrator Shunya Yamashita. She is constructed of high-quality PVC plastic and stands nearly 10 inches tall (in the ultimate 1/7 scale). Limited to only 1,500 pieces (starting with a 360 piece early premiere at Comic-Con) this dark beauty won’t be around for long.