Cammy Archive

  • We’ve known for a while now that Kotobukiya would be doing a second version of Bishoujo Chun-Li, and I think most of us expected her to pop up at San Diego Comic Con. What I didn’t expect was two Bishes at once from the oft-neglected Street Fighter line: they have a new Cammy as well! It makes sense since these two were released quite close together in their original versions, and it’s kind of amazing to see how far the line has come since then. There is so much more detail here! Those thighs on Chun-Li, man, they’re something else. [via Kotobukiya JP]

    SDCC 2017: Street Fighter Bishoujos Chun-Li & Cammy

    We’ve known for a while now that Kotobukiya would be doing a second version of Bishoujo Chun-Li, and I think most of us expected her to pop up at San Diego Comic Con. What I didn’t expect was two Bishes at once from the oft-neglected Street Fighter line: they have a new Cammy as well! It makes sense since these two were released quite close together in their original versions, and it’s kind of amazing to see how far the line has come since then. There is so much more detail here! Those thighs on Chun-Li, man, they’re something else. [via Kotobukiya JP]

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  • I am emphatically not a Cammy fan. In fact, she’s by far my least-favorite of the Street Fighter girls… though that probably isn’t saying much, because overall I’m not a huge fan of the game designs. However, I always try to give a clean slate to the Bishoujo figures, since I have such a big collection of them it feels weird to skip any at this point! While Cammy has Shunya Yamashita’s signature boob-and-butt pose it’s certainly not as gratuitous here, since it’s a common pose for the character. She’s also probably the most muscled Bishoujo, and of course I always appreciate figures that aren’t just stick-thin! Objectively, my only real issue is her bolted-on tits which look kind of hilariously fake. The twintails are starting to win me over for sure… [Note: the braids are loose on this figure because she’s a very early prototype, it will not be like that on the finished version!]

    Toy Fair 2014: Kotobukiya’s Cammy Bishoujo Gallery

    I am emphatically not a Cammy fan. In fact, she’s by far my least-favorite of the Street Fighter girls… though that probably isn’t saying much, because overall I’m not a huge fan of the game designs. However, I always try to give a clean slate to the Bishoujo figures, since I have such a big collection of them it feels weird to skip any at this point! While Cammy has Shunya Yamashita’s signature boob-and-butt pose it’s certainly not as gratuitous here, since it’s a common pose for the character. She’s also probably the most muscled Bishoujo, and of course I always appreciate figures that aren’t just stick-thin! Objectively, my only real issue is her bolted-on tits which look kind of hilariously fake. The twintails are starting to win me over for sure… [Note: the braids are loose on this figure because she’s a very early prototype, it will not be like that on the finished version!]

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  • Well folks, the moment you’ve been waiting for is here at last! When Kotobukiya announced their Street Fighter Bishoujos, it seemed that people were a lot more excited for Cammy than Chun-Li. Well, Chun-Li was the first to come out, and while people had some positive things to say about the body sculpt her face remains in “will it get fixed?” limbo. While this mini drama unfolded, Koto showed off a teaser for Cammy–and fans seemed quite happy with it! I’m gonna say straight up that I am not a Cammy fan, and in fact really dislike her. I’m also so tired of Shunya Yamashita’s boob & butt poses I literally rolled my eyes when I saw this. So really, I’m not the best person to ask if this is a good representation of her. But I will say I love how muscular she is–a girl with a 6 pack, hell yeah! And the braids are beautifully sculpted. [via Kotobukiya’s Facebook]

    Kotobukiya’s Street Fighter Bishoujo Cammy

    Well folks, the moment you’ve been waiting for is here at last! When Kotobukiya announced their Street Fighter Bishoujos, it seemed that people were a lot more excited for Cammy than Chun-Li. Well, Chun-Li was the first to come out, and while people had some positive things to say about the body sculpt her face remains in “will it get fixed?” limbo. While this mini drama unfolded, Koto showed off a teaser for Cammy–and fans seemed quite happy with it! I’m gonna say straight up that I am not a Cammy fan, and in fact really dislike her. I’m also so tired of Shunya Yamashita’s boob & butt poses I literally rolled my eyes when I saw this. So really, I’m not the best person to ask if this is a good representation of her. But I will say I love how muscular she is–a girl with a 6 pack, hell yeah! And the braids are beautifully sculpted. [via Kotobukiya’s Facebook]

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  • Well, this happened a lot faster than I was expecting! There was a very, very long gap between the announcement of Street Fighter Bishoujos and the reveal of Chun Li, so I kind of assumed we’d have at least a few months to wait before we saw Cammy–even though we’ve already gotten a peek at her art. However, it seems like that big wait might have been over licensing issues or some such, because they certainly didn’t wait a long time to get Cammy sculpted… or painted! That’s right, this is a 2 for 1 teaser: we won’t be getting the usual sculpt-then-art for her, but an all at once reveal… and probably in the very near future, based on how crisp the sculpt & shading look in this sneak peek. [via Kotobukiya’s Facebook]

    Kotobukiya Teases Their Street Fighter Cammy Bishoujo

    Well, this happened a lot faster than I was expecting! There was a very, very long gap between the announcement of Street Fighter Bishoujos and the reveal of Chun Li, so I kind of assumed we’d have at least a few months to wait before we saw Cammy–even though we’ve already gotten a peek at her art. However, it seems like that big wait might have been over licensing issues or some such, because they certainly didn’t wait a long time to get Cammy sculpted… or painted! That’s right, this is a 2 for 1 teaser: we won’t be getting the usual sculpt-then-art for her, but an all at once reveal… and probably in the very near future, based on how crisp the sculpt & shading look in this sneak peek. [via Kotobukiya’s Facebook]

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  • Video games are a great pass time for many of us, but when we’re not playing video games, it’s great to have figures of our favorite characters to look at! We already showed you that Cammy and Juri are next up in the Street Fighter world, but before they hit the shelves next year, Chun Li will kick her way into stores in February. In the world of Tekken, Ling Xiayou and Jun Kazama were shown off, who will come out in November and March, respectively. After all of the fighting game announcements, it was revealed that the Halo franchise will be seeing its return to the ArtFX line, which many fans will be happy to hear. Last, a Batman 1/10th scale ArtFX+ from Arkham City was shown off along with an announcement that Arkham Origins figures are also in the works.

    NYCC 2013: Kotobukiya Panel: Video Game Statues

    Video games are a great pass time for many of us, but when we’re not playing video games, it’s great to have figures of our favorite characters to look at! We already showed you that Cammy and Juri are next up in the Street Fighter world, but before they hit the shelves next year, Chun Li will kick her way into stores in February. In the world of Tekken, Ling Xiayou and Jun Kazama were shown off, who will come out in November and March, respectively. After all of the fighting game announcements, it was revealed that the Halo franchise will be seeing its return to the ArtFX line, which many fans will be happy to hear. Last, a Batman 1/10th scale ArtFX+ from Arkham City was shown off along with an announcement that Arkham Origins figures are also in the works.

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  • It was kind of a big deal when Kotobukiya scored the Street Fighter license and added the girls to their Bishoujo line at NYCC 2 years ago, but it’s been slow going since them. In fact, it was just recently that we saw the painted Chun Li (who, by the way, we’ll be taking a closer look at later on at the convention!). It seems like the line’s finally moving a bit faster, because we have two pieces of news for you. The first is the art for Cammy: if you’re a fan of hers, I’m sure you’re probably pleased. Me… not so much. Boob & butt pose, oh my! Cammy, is your spine a turret?! I’ve never been a fan of hers so I didn’t really expect to be excited by the art. However I am looking forward to the new announcement: Juri will be the third girl in the lineup!

    NYCC 2013: Kotobukiya’s Street Fighter Bishoujos Cammy & Juri

    It was kind of a big deal when Kotobukiya scored the Street Fighter license and added the girls to their Bishoujo line at NYCC 2 years ago, but it’s been slow going since them. In fact, it was just recently that we saw the painted Chun Li (who, by the way, we’ll be taking a closer look at later on at the convention!). It seems like the line’s finally moving a bit faster, because we have two pieces of news for you. The first is the art for Cammy: if you’re a fan of hers, I’m sure you’re probably pleased. Me… not so much. Boob & butt pose, oh my! Cammy, is your spine a turret?! I’ve never been a fan of hers so I didn’t really expect to be excited by the art. However I am looking forward to the new announcement: Juri will be the third girl in the lineup!

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  • We’ve already shown you the two new Bishoujos at SDCC, Jun Kazama and Chun-Li, but of course Kotobukiya brought a whole lot more to SDCC! The new Xiaoyu was there, along with many of the other Tekken girls: Alisa, Asuka (review), Jaycee, and Lili! There’s also a more detailed look at the new girls in the gallery–Chun-Li’s sculpt is growing on me the more I see it. While at first I definitely wasn’t a fan, I love that they went with a more action-y pose. Plus they gave her such a strong and muscled physique, which I always love to see on a figure! You might notice that we snuck the Halo announcement in here because who knows, maybe there will be a Cortana Bishoujo? Pretty please, Kotobukiya? [Pictures courtesy of our lovely SDCC corespondent, Missy!]

    SDCC 2013: Kotobukiya’s Comic, Movie & Game Bishoujos

    We’ve already shown you the two new Bishoujos at SDCC, Jun Kazama and Chun-Li, but of course Kotobukiya brought a whole lot more to SDCC! The new Xiaoyu was there, along with many of the other Tekken girls: Alisa, Asuka (review), Jaycee, and Lili! There’s also a more detailed look at the new girls in the gallery–Chun-Li’s sculpt is growing on me the more I see it. While at first I definitely wasn’t a fan, I love that they went with a more action-y pose. Plus they gave her such a strong and muscled physique, which I always love to see on a figure! You might notice that we snuck the Halo announcement in here because who knows, maybe there will be a Cortana Bishoujo? Pretty please, Kotobukiya? [Pictures courtesy of our lovely SDCC corespondent, Missy!]

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  • Kotobukiya always brings a few new Bishoujos to San Diego Comic Con–it’s pretty much a guarantee, and it looks like this time they are going all out on the game line! They’ve got two new girls, along with a vague outline for Street Fighter Bishoujo Cammy who was announced a very long time ago. In the sculpt department we’ve got the recently announced Jun Kazama, whose simpler pose came out surprisingly nicely. She looks so elegant! Then we have Chun-Li, whose art just got a reveal so I am surprised we are seeing her sculpted this quickly. She looks good, though I am still not a big fan of the pose. She also looks BIG, huge next to the girls she is displayed next to! [via Harada & Sideshow Collectors]

    SDCC 2013: Kotobukiya’s Chun-Li & Jun Kazama Bishoujos

    Kotobukiya always brings a few new Bishoujos to San Diego Comic Con–it’s pretty much a guarantee, and it looks like this time they are going all out on the game line! They’ve got two new girls, along with a vague outline for Street Fighter Bishoujo Cammy who was announced a very long time ago. In the sculpt department we’ve got the recently announced Jun Kazama, whose simpler pose came out surprisingly nicely. She looks so elegant! Then we have Chun-Li, whose art just got a reveal so I am surprised we are seeing her sculpted this quickly. She looks good, though I am still not a big fan of the pose. She also looks BIG, huge next to the girls she is displayed next to! [via Harada & Sideshow Collectors]

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  • Square-Enix’s recently expanded Play Arts Kai line has grown to include two of the most popular fighting game franchises: Tekken and Street Fighter. Oddly enough, these are also the two fighting games featured in Kotobukiya’s Bishoujo line. Coincidence? Probably! From Tekken they had Kayuza Mishima and Jun Kazama: from Street Fighter there was Ibuki, Cammy, Chun-Li, Ryu, Guile, and Gouki. Both franchises have pretty huge rosters, so it’s hard to guess who will join the lineup next. My vote is for Alisa in the Tekken line–we need more mecha musume!

    NYCC 2012: Square-Enix’s Street Fighter and Tekken Play Arts Kai

    Square-Enix’s recently expanded Play Arts Kai line has grown to include two of the most popular fighting game franchises: Tekken and Street Fighter. Oddly enough, these are also the two fighting games featured in Kotobukiya’s Bishoujo line. Coincidence? Probably! From Tekken they had Kayuza Mishima and Jun Kazama: from Street Fighter there was Ibuki, Cammy, Chun-Li, Ryu, Guile, and Gouki. Both franchises have pretty huge rosters, so it’s hard to guess who will join the lineup next. My vote is for Alisa in the Tekken line–we need more mecha musume!

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  • Last year at SDCC, Square-Enix announced some Street Fighter Plat Arts Kai of Cammy and Akuma to go with Ryu and Chun-Li.  Of course they weren’t about to stop there, and they had Ibuki and Guile on display at this year’s San Diego Comic Con, along with black colorways of Ryu and Chun-Li along with a blue Cammy! Check them all out in the gallery and let us know what characters you’d like to see join the line next.

    SDCC 2012: Square-Enix Street Fighter Play Arts Kai

    Last year at SDCC, Square-Enix announced some Street Fighter Plat Arts Kai of Cammy and Akuma to go with Ryu and Chun-Li.  Of course they weren’t about to stop there, and they had Ibuki and Guile on display at this year’s San Diego Comic Con, along with black colorways of Ryu and Chun-Li along with a blue Cammy! Check them all out in the gallery and let us know what characters you’d like to see join the line next.

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