Hailing from Jujutsu Kaisen, Kotobukiya’s ARTFX J Zen’in Maki with a stoic and no-nonsense expression is now available for pre-order with a February release. As with Nobara before her, Maki’s pose is one with the intent to attack, but not attacking yet. Her taut skirt’s numerous creases are impressively realistic both in design and how the light bounces off each of them. As a literal bonus, orders from Kotobukiya Shop and Kotous include an alternate grinning expression.
Pre-orders are open for Karasuba from Key and Kotobukiya’s collaborative Prima Doll multi-media series! Karasuba wears a hakama with a traditional apron for a distinctly vintage café maid outfit. Gradating blues and purples add a sense of dynamism to her outfit, which not only sets it apart from other similarly designed outfits, but also makes sure that you’ll notice Karasuba in a crowded space.
Pre-orders have opened for Kotobukiya’s Lumine from Genshin Impact! She immediately topped pre-order rankings and it’s not difficult to see why. She’s obviously very cute, her outfit is detailed, and the chunk of earth that is her base is really cool too. But more than that, they captured the game’s detailed-yet-simplistic aesthetic. Photos of Lumine and her bonus smiling face await!
Kotobukiya’s Vampire BISHOUJO Lilith from DARKSTALKERS comes as a companion to their previously announced Morrigan. But more than a mere companion, Lilith’s stretching pose flawlessly highlights the intricate detail of her leotard-inspired outfit and crimson knee-high boots. And from the back, her cupping hands, neat bob, and more notably, her shoulder muscles, are on the verge of stealing the show.
Presented as a companion to Kotobukiya’s own Raphtalia, Filo features a similar serious expression as she takes an active pose that sees her hair and frilled dress swaying in response to her movement. Fine details like her wings and the creases in her dress are on display from a number of angles.
Pre-orders have opened for Kotobukiya’s Nanakusa Nazuna from the manga and soon-to-be anime series “Call of the Night” Nazuna continues Kotobukiya’s 1/7th scale trend and measures around 230mm in height. Her base is also quite clever in melding her coat and the city’s night view. Product photos, retailers, and Kotobukiya’s bonus face and deluxe edition await!
“Show off your dreams!” Tokai Teio by Kotobukiya is now available for pre-order with a December 2022 release. The pretty horse girl Tokai Teio takes a leggy pose while flashing a confident smile. The detail and chestnut color of her ponytail and tail contrast beautifully with her predominately white racing outfit.
From Fate/Grand Order, comes Kotobukiya’s Ruler/Altria Pendragon at the beach! She’s a bigger 1/7th scale versus Kotobukiya’s usual 1/8th scale figures. Ruler/Altria Pendragon is bigger still, measuring 314mm in height. This of course allows you to marvel at the delicate pattern of her pareo and cape, before promptly casting them off! Shops, product photos, and her bonus face await!
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Kotobukiya is re-releasing their Megami Device Asra Ninja Aoi plastic model in October. This scowling tsundere Ninja with her blonde twintails wears a white under-suit. With or without her cerulean blue armor, it leaves you with a strong sense of the ocean.
Small as they may be, Megami Device plastic models are life-size. That said, we’re proud to offer our pre-order guide for what may be the first 2/1 scale figure in Kotobukiya’s Asra Ninja. As with her plamo counter-part, she’s based on the work by Nidy-2D-. You may recreate her torn stocking variation of the illustration. Also, orders from Kotobukiya come with an exclusive bonus face.