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Kotobukiya shows off their Bishoujo Poison Ivy sculpt a few days before SDCC

11:00 AM on 07.12.2011 // Tomopop Staff

About a month ago, Kotobukiya teased that the next two entries in the DC Bishoujo line would be Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn, following up Supergirl, and now, in preparation for San Diego Comic Con, which begins next week, they have shown off the full sculpt as well. Featuring a powerful, yet sultry pose, this is one great looking figure. The face was captured beautifully from the original artwork and the base, in three dimensions, is astounding with all of the twists and turns and plant monsters.

Ever since I first found out about this figure way back in early February, I've been waiting with bated breath for the sculpt to be shown off, and this certainly is not a disappointment in any way, shape, or form. Now that Comic Con is only days away, I can't wait to see this sculpt in person, and of course like at Toy Fair earlier this year, we'll be bringing you lots of galleries of all of the new Kotobukiya Bishoujos on hand. Poison Ivy here will be released in February 2012 and will be 1/7th scale and I know I'll definitely be adding her to my collection, but what about you Tomopeeps? Does her poison run through your veins or will you be resisting her allure?

[via Kotobukiya's Facebook]

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