Toy Fair 2013: Kotobukiya (part 1)

Feb 15 // Kristina Pino    @kriskitten

Iron Man, The Hulk, and Star Wars!

Kotobukiya of course had plenty to display at their booth, so many things that we split them up into two separate galleries. Check out the one here, courtesy the awesome Keith Polott, for images of:

  • Star Wars: Jaina Solo (reviewed)
  • ArtFX Jango and Boba Fett
  • ArtFX+ General Grievous, who will feature a cape once it's done, and possibly have metal parts to reinforce the ankles. He will be slightly more expensive than other figures in the line, and will also feature swappable arms so you could display him with two or four. 
  • Darth Maul
  • The amazing ArtFX Iron Man Mk.42, which Kotobukiya noted will have a less dramatic lean in the final product than shown in these images, and feature lights on his chest, eyes, and repulsers. There will also be a re-release of the ArtFX Iron Man Mk.7
  • The Hulk Marvel Fine Art Statue
  • Ice Trays (One Piece, Star Wars, Naruto, etc) and other cool accessories

Everything looks fantastic here. Look forward to part two for more pictures! Also note that there will be statues incoming for Superman: For Tomorrow, and the Joker statue will be followed by Deathstroke (sculpted by the same artist and featuring interchangeable masked/unmasked heads).

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