TF2010: Company Reveals New Collectibles For 2010
Wether your a big fan of Marvel or DC, Kotobukiya's got you covered...
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Kotobukiya had plenty of exciting collectibles on display ranging from PVC static figures, action figures and several amazing looking statues.
There was several new exciting Marvel products on display including three new Marvel X Bishoujo Phoenix, Dark Phoenix (available in August), Psylocke (available in June) and some beautiful Emma Frost concept art. Both Captain America (available in May) and Thor (available in March) Fine Art statues from the Avengers Reborn collection were on display along with concept art for the next interconnecting collection which will be based on the X-Men's Danger Room Woverine and Psylocke. An all new Doctor Doom statue from the Villain Series was on display and will feature interchangeable magnetic heads although only one head was on display. The menacing and amazing 13" Red Hulk statue was also on display with two magnetic interchangeable heads. The Red Huk statue will interconnect with a new Hulk statue which will be revealed later this year. For Iron Man 2 fans, Kotobukiya also had two new statues of the Mark IV and Mark VI which will feature light-up eyes, hands, chest and bases.
Kotobukiya was very proud to announce that they will also be producing several collectible based on DC comics characters. Concept art for an upcoming X Bishoujo Wonder Woman was shown with plenty more DC Females to follow. There are also plans to produce stylized vinyl Yupon DC figures in the near future although the scale and other specifics of these has not yet been determined. Batman and Joker concept art by artist Yupon was on exhibit as well.
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