Toy Fair 2015 was jam-packed with all sorts of super heroes in all shapes and sizes. However, few booths had versions of our favorite Marvel, DC and video game characters that looked as sharp and immaculate at Kotobukiya. With a diverse range of models and statues, the company's 2015 offerings are definitely going to pack a Hulkbusting punch.
DC fan-favorite Li'l Gotham might not be around any more, but that doesn't mean it's been forgotten completely. After already getting the action figure treatment from DC Collectibles late last year, now Kotobukiya has announced plans for its own unique take on the characters from Derek Fridolfs' and Dustin Nguyen's alternate Bat-verse.
Over the past few years, Kotobukiya has had a rather successful run with its Bishoujo line of statues. Based on the concepts and art of Shunya Yamashita, the Bishoujo (Japanese for "pretty girl") statues often depicted iconic female DC, Marvel and video game characters in a style that exaggerated the femininity of these leading ladies.
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