So what did Kotobukiya bring with them to New York Comic Con this year? Maybe it would be better to ask what they didn't bring? The Koto booth is packed with an impressive display ranging from US$9.99 Evangelion ice trays to a US$449.99 Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Yoshimitsu statue and everything in between! The difference in license range is just as wide spread and included many new pieces due out at the end of this year and into next. Some that are so new they were only represented by cardboard cutouts!
Here are some highlights from the show:
- Mass Effect Bishoujo Commander Shepard (February 2013, US$64.99)
- Mass Effect ArtFX Commander Shepard (second quarter 2013, price TBD)
- Evangelion 4th Angel silicon ice tray (November 2012, US$9.99)
- Evangelion 5th Angel and 6th Angel silicon ice tray (November 2012, US$9.99)
- Evangelion 10th Angel silicon ice tray (November 2012, US$9.99)
- Evangelion Test Type-01 chopsticks (December 2012, US$13.99)
- Evangelion Mark 6 chopsticks (December 2012, US$13.99)
- Marvel Comics Bishoujo Kitty Pryde (second quarter 2013, price TBD)
- Marvel Comics X-Force Fine Art Wolverine (January 2013, US$209.99)
- Marvel Comics Avengers Fine Art Hawkeye (December 2012, US$209.99)
- Marvel Comics X-Men Fine Art Cyclops (April 2013, US$219.99)
- Marvel Comics Fine Art Dare Devil (date TBD, price TBD)
- Star Wars R2-D2 silicon ice tray (December 2012, US$14.99)
- Star Wars Han Solo in Carbonite silicon ice tray (December 2012, US$14.99)
- Star Wars Millennium Falcon silicon ice tray (December 2012, US$14.99)
- Star Wars Astromech Droids series (Summer 2013)
- Star Wars ArtFX+ Royal Guard 2-pack (January 2013, US$64.99)
- Star Wars ArtFX+ Boba Fett (November 2012, US$49.99)
- Star Wars ArtFX+ Darth Vader (December 2012, US$49.99)
- Star Wars ArtFX+ Jango Fett (second quarter 2013, price TBD)
- Star Wars Bishoujo Jaina Solo (November 2012, US$64.99)
And that's not even half the stuff they had on display so head to the gallery to take it all in!
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