Here's a new figma Dead Master to preview - tomopop

Here's a new figma Dead Master to preview

7:00 PM on 12.10.2012

Tianxiao Ma

Associate Editor

The green really brings out the lines on the scythe

Everyone's favorite scythe-wielding Goth-loli has made a return to the world of figmas, and the figma blog has a nice preview gallery. This incarnation of Dead Master is from the Black Rock Shooter TV series, which I never saw. But it does seem like she got a cuteness upgrade. It's just enough to make you forget her monstrous claw hands and man-sized weapon!

Her outfit has more flowery details, more layers, and more neon green accents. It does make the original figma look pretty plain. Pre-orders will be up tomorrow for ¥3,800, and she'll be out in May. Be sure to check the figma blog for the rest of the gallery!

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