Griffon makes a (mostly) tasteful Queen's Blade Elina figure

2:00 PM on 06.29.2009 // Brian Szabelski
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When I say Queen's Blade, you probably think boobs. Don't worry, it's natural to have that kind of connection established in your mind. I know I certainly do. So upon seeing Griffon's Queen's Blade Elina figure, you're probably expecting every last part of her to be castoffable so you can display her naked on your shelf alongside your other figures, right? Well, shockingly enough, you'd actually be quite a bit wrong.

The 1/7-scale Elina does have castoffable parts, certainly, specifically her top, but that's actually it. No overly sexualized poses, no acid-shooting nipples or anything like that. Compared to the host of other Queen's Blade figures out there, Elina's actually, dare I say it, pretty tasteful. Elina's due out in August for 7,600 yen, and she's available for pre-order now at HobbyLink Japan and most other online retailers.

[via AkibaHobby]




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