Trigun

Vash the Stampede is sporting his slick black threads at NYCC. It's not January yet, so you'll just have to live with another round of preview coverage. This is the "Gunman in Black" version of Kotobukiya's ARTFX J Vash figur...
There's still more! Kotobukiya's booth was also loaded with stuff that had been previously announced but hadn't been seen 'in the wild' before, so it's our first chance to look over some upcoming releases. For me the highligh...
It was just Wednesday when Kotobukiya announced that its ARTFX Vash the Stampede was getting a variant in the form of "The Gunman in Black." That version of the Humanoid Typhoon won't be out until December, but if you were un...
Kotobukiya's effort with the ARTFX Vash the Stampede (reviewed) was well-received when it released earlier this year. The company, not one to shy away from releasing variants, is set to release Vash as the "Gunman in Black" i...


Kotobukiya's booth at Wonder Festival 2013 Winter was packed with a ton of new prototypes, along with a few old favorites like the Yu-Gi-Oh! figures and Wolfwood.  Your list of figures in our gallery includes: Blac...
According to a tweet and this blog entry by Kotobukiya, there will be a black outfit version of their recently released Vash the Stampede figure (reviewed by Tian), and it's going to be shown off at Wonder Festival!  Besides the color change, Kotobukiya also confirms that the new figure will also feature new accessories, so it won't just be a plain ol' recolor. Get hype! 
I hope you all know what Trigun is. See, in the mid 1990s, there was very little anime in the U.S. The internet wasn't exactly crawling with fansubs yet. A company called Pioneer brought to the U.S. a memorable series ab...
It seems like just yesterday we were marveling over unpainted prototypes of Kotobukiya's ArtFX J Nicholas D. Wolfwood. But the day is finally here ladies and gentlement: Wolfwood is available for pre-order! There's not much m...
Though I mostly know Kotobukiya as a maker of anime figures, they've been featuring a lot of American properties as of late. It's nice to see Kotobukiya putting the focus back on their anime figures at MegaHobby Expo. Here ar...
Mwahahaha this is the figure I've been waiting for for a while now! The elusive Nicholas D. Wolfwood has finally been teased in his ArtFX form by Kotobukiya. Images of the figure showed up on the Trigun: Badlands Rumble twitt...
Kotobukiya had a diverse array of products on display at the Miyazawa Model Exhibition. You can see some of their character model kits, such as the Combat-san Rookie, Yotsuba&!'s Danbo (and miniature version) and Yotsuba,...
By now, we've all seen Kotobukiya's 1/8-scale ArtFX J series Vash the Stampede online (and you can pre-order him from Japanese retailers), but Kotobukiya brought the silver-painted prototype to New York Comic C...