World Scope's Juliet Starling swings a mean chainsaw

Sep 25 // Scarecroodle

What, no lollipop?

World Scope's 1/8 scale Juliet Starling (Lollipop Chainsaw) is currently available for pre-order. The zombie-slaying cheerleader is posed ready to swing her iconic chainsaw.

This Juliet Starling figure is a bit of an odd duck, with that glittery gold hair. However, she seems vastly improved from the promo photos that turned up earlier this year. The pose seems neat although some of the sculpting, in particular the skirt, strikes me as being a little off. However, this may be one of those figures that looks better in person and I wouldn't mind getting a closer look myself.

I'm not really familiar with the figure's maker, World Scope. The only World Scope listings on AmiAmi seem to mostly be for t-shirts and plushies which might suggest that the company doesn't delve often into the world of figures.

World Scope's Juliet Starling has a ¥7,600 list price (around ¥6,400 on both AmiAmi and Hobby Search) and is slated for a December release. If you enjoyed the game, you may consider picking this one up.

[ Pre-order at Hobby Search | AmiAmi ]

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