TV version figma adds some color to Dead Master - tomopop

TV version figma adds some color to Dead Master

2:00 PM on 12.14.2012

Emily Smalara

Associate Editor

Max Factory - figma

Perhaps it's just my familiarity with the original OVA rather than the entirety of the TV series, but when I think of Black Rock Shooter's Dead Master, I'm envisioning a girl all in black. Not so, with this upcoming figma, however! Apparently Dead Master gets a bit more colorful, with some delightful green accents in all the right places.

Being a warlock player in World of Warcraft, I've got a special place in my heart for any green with a similar feel to the well-known shade, and it's definitely got the same feel with Dead Master. It may not be green fire, but the effect is similar, and I'm definitely digging the claws in particular.

I'm not so sure how I feel about the covering of her hair, but overall it's a nice change to the look of a rather well-known character, and I'd certainly consider picking her up. She'll be arriving in May for around ¥3,620.

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