Panty & Stocking's demon sis Scanty by ALTER shows up

Nov 12 // Jonathan Tubbs    @SuxAtGames

After what seems like a long time, ALTER releases a look at Kneesocks' sister.

All the way back in March, ALTER opened pre-orders for Kneesocks from the rather unique title Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt. However, one release that seems to have gone by forever without a look other than just an announcement has been Kneesocks' sister Scanty. For those who have been waiting to see the other half, the wait is over with photos from galaxxxy SHIBUYA109 showing off this upcoming figure.

So far, it's hard to judge this 1/8-scale figure based on the quality of the photos. She's red, she got the spiky hair (and other spikes for that matter), a nice physique, and a face that's surely waiting to bring you some suffering.

Currently Scanty is showing a broad 2013 release date but once we get more details and definitely a better gallery, we'll keep you posted. Or do you not care and you're already buying her as soon as the pre-order goes up?

[via Official Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt Twitter]

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