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After reading all about Kotobukiya's future products in Tian's overview of their panel at this year's New York Comic-Con, I am sure you are chomping at the bit to feast your optical nerves on the company's booth from the...

Kotobukiya's Bishoujo figures are always a highlight at every event they're at. From the Street Fighter line, Chun-Li is in her same figure pose, but this time she's wearing her pink outfit instead of blue. We also see a figu...

You didn't think that I'd leave out the Bishoujos, did you? Of course not, what would a Kotobukiya booth tour be without the popular line of ladies interpreted by Shunya Yamashita? It wouldn't be complete, that's what. And let me tell you, Kotobukiya really outdid themselves this year at San Diego Comic Con. Hit the jump to see the photos we got on the show floor as well as my impressions.






Kotobukiya didn't bring much (if anything) new to WonderCon, which is understandable as it's not a tentpole convention in the US. However our determined editor Natalie covered their booth all the same despite being sick as a ...

Kotobukiya is always fun to see at conventions because you never know what new stuff they’ll have. Their recently revealed DC Bishoujo Starfire was on full display, and actually looks better in person than those promo ...

Most of Kotobukiya's newer Bishoujo figures were up at WonFes, included a painted Starfire sculpt for DC fans! I think she looks great; her green eyes really stand out, and the sculpting on her hair is awesome. We've seen the...

I'm kind of amazed at how many Bishoujo figures that Kotobukiya has released. Of the many releases, I'm most surprised at the amount from Tekken Tag 2. Not that it doesn't have a great roster for release, but that it's gone o...


After taking a brief look around Kotobukiya's booth, some of you were undoubtedly impressed by the assortment of Bishoujo figures. As any good man would, sometimes you have to go back and take a second look. In doing so, I wa...

At this year's Kotobukiya booth there were lots of new figures for fans to see. These last couple of days they've been releasing teasers for new figures in their Bishoujo lines and these teasers and figures were in attendanc...


Kotobukiya has just released images of their newest Tekken Bishoujo figure, Jun Kazama. After seeing her illustration, done by Shunya Yamashita, revealed in March, we're finally seeing how the actual figure will look like. J...


Last time eyes were laid on Xiaoyu, she was but a sketch at WonFes and Wonder Con. Fast forward, the Tekken Bishoujo release has moved into productions and pre-order. Upon seeing the sculpt and final result, I'm sure the same...



After being shown at the Miyazawa Model Expo, Tekken Bishoujo Lili is up for pre-order. Coming from the Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Bishoujo statue line, Emilie "Lili" Rochefort first appeared in Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection, and...

Kotobukiya has just posted the Bishoujo Jun Kazama illustration to its Facebook page, and no surprise, Shunya Yamashita has put a little more sexiness into the Tekken fighter. Based on an illustration Shunya did for Tekken Ta...

Fans of Square Enix's Play Arts Kai line probably wish they could have seen Square Enix's booth at Toy Fair 2013. It was an avalanche of Play Arts Kai figures of all shapes and sizes from a ton of different franchises. Here's...

She exists! She's finally there, albeit in sketch only. When Kotobukiya announced it had acquired the Street Fighter license for their Bishoujo figures, I only wanted Chun Li and was thrilled when she was announced as the fir...

The second wave of Diamond Select Toys' Tekken X Street Fighter (not to be confused with the similar-sounding Street Fighter X Tekken) will be hitting retail soon. The wave of twelve Minimates, some of which are store exclusi...


Kotobukiya has many titles that it can easily pluck from to bring regular releases and the latest magazine scans show that still to be true. The company has more coming from the Shining series, more for their Tekken Bishoujo ...

Kotobukiya had a diverse array of products on display at the Miyazawa Model Exhibition. You can see some of their character model kits, such as the Combat-san Rookie, Yotsuba&!'s Danbo (and miniature version) and Yotsuba,...



So what did Kotobukiya bring with them to New York Comic Con this year? Maybe it would be better to ask what they didn't bring? The Koto booth is packed with an impressive display ranging from US$9.99 Evangelion ice tray...

H-Hey Kazuya... Where's your really hot son? You know, the one with the mommy issues... Oh! Sorry! Wrong subject... However Jun is pretty cool, but... wait... if she's here, why isn't Jin!? That would solve all of the -- Oh T...

You might remember that we brought you news about the painted Kazuya Mishima and Jun Kazama as part of an earlier Play Arts Kai post, but now thanks to Tokyo Hunter, we have some photos of the two that are a little ...


Last week we took a look at the latest in Kotobukiya's popular Bishoujo line, featuring another of the lovely ladies of Tekken. I love the Bishoujo line in general, but within the line, the Tekken girls are probably my favori...



Oh hey, it's time for more gamer stuff!  Check out the gallery for images of Play Arts Kai Lara Croft, Agent 47, Halo 4's Master Chief and Spartan, Jun Kazama and Kazuya Mishima of Tekken series fame, and Brian Szabelski...

Kotobukiya's SDCC booth wasn't exactly overflowing with new Bishoujo figures, but you can get a look at some of the SDCC exclusive versions (Storm and X-23 will get reviews here, by the way). There have been a few new Bishouj...







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