ArtSpirits' Saya from Blood-C is prepared for pre-order - tomopop

ArtSpirits' Saya from Blood-C is prepared for pre-order

8:00 AM on 10.24.2012

The Furukimono hunter is ready to be pre-ordered but she doesn't come cheap.

ArtSpirits is a fairly young company at a little over 2 years old and has few releases under its belt. Their offerings so far have been a mix bag with figures from Iron Man and the only company to give us Katherine from the popular ATLUS title Catherine. It looks like they are also the only company so far to produce a figure of Saya Kisaragi from the 2011 title Blood-C.

The 1/8-scale Saya Kisaragi features her standing with a determined look in her eyes as she draws her blade. Hair blowing in the wind easily wins me over and the face is really lovely, especially with the style of her eyes. That's all I can really say about it since pose is generic the quality of the mold doesn't look sharp. Because of this, I can't see this being worth the ¥8,500 retail price tag ArtSpirits is asking for. Nevertheless, it is the only Saya figure out there right now and if you do end up pre-ordering her, look for her to come out this December.

[Pre-order at HobbyLink Japan | Hobby Search | AmiAmi]


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