Under the Radar: Chibi-Arts Boa can't be your valentine

9:00 AM on 02.12.2013 // Scarecroodle

Not just because she's plastic but also because she releases in March

Pre-orders are already well open for Boa Hancock's second appearance in Bandai's Chibi-Arts line.

This new Chibi-Arts Boa Hancock is a lot like the previous version, seeming re-using the body mold. However, the character seems to have some new faces (smiling, winking kiss, and blushing with eyes closed) as well as her giant snake, Salome, and an alternate seated lower body. Boa has the option of being posed standing in the midst of Salome's coils or seated on the character.

I've never really been a Boa Hancock fan but there's something darling about these chibified versions of Boa and her snake. When you also consider the face selection, this seems like a very solid set.

Bandai's Chibi-Arts Boa Hancock has a ¥3,990 list price and an expected March release date. 

[ Pre-order at HobbyLink Japan | AmiAmi ]

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