Kotobukiya Ghostbusters Bishoujo LUCY!

By starro on October 30, 2011

Just in time for Halloween is a review of the new Kotobukiya Ghostbusters statue! New to 2011 is Shunya Yamashita's unique new addition to the Ghostbusters mythos-LUCY! Ghostbusters has been getting a LOT of play in the 2ndary geek media of late, with Mattel developing their action figure line and other Ghostbusters related props and serious, ongoing talk of a 3rd Ghostbusters movie. Now we have Kotobukiya's awesome new addition. Obviously, Lucy represents a departure from the traditional super-hero interpretations but a welcome addition! How many other great female movie franchise characters could we get? Indiana Jones? Star Trek?

Black Cat

By starro on May 22, 2011

The Black Cat (aka Felicia Hardy) was introduced in the late 1970s as a female adversary for Spider-Man. The Black Cat is a supremely talented cat burglar with good luck/bad luck powers (i.e., she can locally affect and change probabilities) and has become a fixed member of the modern Spider-Man franchise.

Ms. Marvel

By starro on May 20, 2011

Ms. Marvel Ms. Marvel (aka Carol Danvers) was a classic Bronze-age Marvel superhero. She was originally created as a female version of the Kree hero Captain Marvel but has since evolved throughout the years to become one of the premier characters in Marvel's best selling Avengers books (Captain Marvel himself has since died). Over the years, Ms. Marvel has had prominent appearances in the Avengers and the X-Men, changing costumes, powers and has had an evolving origin story.Her identity as "Binary", an identity she had during her time with the X-Men will be one of the forthcoming variants of this statue, as seen here.

DC Comics Catwoman

By starro on May 13, 2011

Catwoman (aka Selina Kyle) occupies a primary role in the Batman comics mythology as both Batman’s rival but also one of his many love interests. Other than Batgirl, she’s probably one of the best known female character from the franchise and is probably one of the most immediately recognizable comic book characters other than Wonder Woman.

Dark Phoenix

By starro on September 03, 2010

Dark Phoenix Power corrupts but it looks damn sexy


By starro on July 28, 2010

Psylocke Bishoujo Psylocke has a simple but effective sculpt.

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