Black Rock Shooter Black Blade ver. becomes official along with a new tease

Dec 25 // Jonathan Tubbs

Good Smile Company's Black Rock Shooter, who has recently been released, is now officially looking at her follow up, the 1/8 scale Black Rock Shooter Black Blade ver. We've seen this figure before a couple of times back at WonderFest in July and in August at Comiket. Details were scarce but that doesn't matter now as the Black Blade ver. is available for pre-order.

This is great news for those who missed out on pre-ordering Black Rock Shooter or were unable to squeeze a purchase in at her time of release. What makes this version different from the original Black Rock Shooter is, as the name says, will be trading her BFG for a black blade. She's also now stripping her coat to show you her ever slender figure. It's still a dramatic pose and much so an amazing figure.

Black Rock Shooter Black Blade ver. is retailing for 6,800 yen and is set for release in April, 2010. Pre-orders are available at AmiAmi and Hobby Search.

But that's not the only news. Figure/GK has a screen shot of what could possibly be the next Black Rock Shooter? Only time will tell.

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