Wonder Festival 2012 Winter: Bishoujos and FemSheps

12:30 PM on 02.12.2012 // Brian Szabelski

Wonder Festival Winter 2012 really didn't have many surprises for the fans of Kotobukiya's Bishoujo lines. In part, that's because they went ahead and dropped the hammer on their reveals before WonFes happened. Still, there was Tekken Bishoujo's Alisa there in full, colored form, along with the upcoming, larger Black Widow and Liara T'soni from Mass Effect 3. There in cutout spirit were the recently revealed Harley Quinn, as well as two holdovers from New York Comic Con: Jaina Solo and Tekken's Asuka Kazama. 

Also, as you might have noticed, there's one non-bishoujo figure in the mix; Kotobukiya's making what appears to be a regular figure of the female Commander Shepard from Mass Effect 3. No info on that yet, either, but we'll keep an eye out for any new news in the future!

[Thanks to Tokyo Hunter for taking these photos!]

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