Carnage Archive

  • We’ve already seen Kotobukiya’s big Marvel-related announcement from their panel (Ms. Marvel Bishoujo!), but they had a ton more news at the event. Including an update on their Spiderverse ArtFX+ line: Agent Venom is sculpted! This is not the final sculpt, as his guns and other details will be changed before the paint, but it’s nice to see some progress. We also have the order the rest will come out (Spider-Man 2099, Carnage, and finally Venom) plus this interesting tidbit: they called this the “first wave” of Spiderverse figures. Which means we should get another set! Who would you like to see in it? We also had a lot of ArtFX updates, like the limited edition black Deadpool and the crazy amount of accessories that will come with their Super Deadpool. There’s an afro, guys. Amazing.

    Kotobukiya Panel NYCC 2016: Marvel

    We’ve already seen Kotobukiya’s big Marvel-related announcement from their panel (Ms. Marvel Bishoujo!), but they had a ton more news at the event. Including an update on their Spiderverse ArtFX+ line: Agent Venom is sculpted! This is not the final sculpt, as his guns and other details will be changed before the paint, but it’s nice to see some progress. We also have the order the rest will come out (Spider-Man 2099, Carnage, and finally Venom) plus this interesting tidbit: they called this the “first wave” of Spiderverse figures. Which means we should get another set! Who would you like to see in it? We also had a lot of ArtFX updates, like the limited edition black Deadpool and the crazy amount of accessories that will come with their Super Deadpool. There’s an afro, guys. Amazing.

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  • Kotobukiya’s Spider-Man ArtFX+ images just came out, and given his current relevance with being in Civil War and all it’s no surprise that they’ll be doing a few more Spideys. I just definitely wasn’t expecting an announcement for, well… all of them. I’m not even joking! Kotobukiya will be doing an ArtFX+ line dedicated solely to Spidey & Pals. The center Spider-Man seems to be in the same pose as the current ArtFX+, so unless we’re getting a recolor I assume he’s the same one already up for pre-order. Then we’ve got Spider-Man 2099, Spider-Gwen, Carnage, Venom (x2!), and most importantly Ultimate Spider-Man, aka Miles, aka the most precious spider-baby. I am beyond excited to finally have a figure of him!! [via mfc]

    Kotobukiya Takes On The Spider-Family

    Kotobukiya’s Spider-Man ArtFX+ images just came out, and given his current relevance with being in Civil War and all it’s no surprise that they’ll be doing a few more Spideys. I just definitely wasn’t expecting an announcement for, well… all of them. I’m not even joking! Kotobukiya will be doing an ArtFX+ line dedicated solely to Spidey & Pals. The center Spider-Man seems to be in the same pose as the current ArtFX+, so unless we’re getting a recolor I assume he’s the same one already up for pre-order. Then we’ve got Spider-Man 2099, Spider-Gwen, Carnage, Venom (x2!), and most importantly Ultimate Spider-Man, aka Miles, aka the most precious spider-baby. I am beyond excited to finally have a figure of him!! [via mfc]

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  • So far we’ve already shown you quite a bit of what Kotobukiya has at their Toy Fair booth: Hulk vs Hulkbuster, new Bishoujos, the Star Wars line, and their new Super Power figures. But of course a booth as big as theirs has a lot more in it! Like a new Iron Man ArtFX and tons of Halo merchandise. They even brought a bunch of PVC figures, which is not something we’re used to nowadays. I mean, they even had a Wonder Festival prototype out and about: Ken Kaneki! Along with lots of the Cu-Poche line, chopsticks for every shade of samurai, and tons more. Check them all out after the jump!

    Toy Fair 2015: Kotobukiya Booth Overview

    So far we’ve already shown you quite a bit of what Kotobukiya has at their Toy Fair booth: Hulk vs Hulkbuster, new Bishoujos, the Star Wars line, and their new Super Power figures. But of course a booth as big as theirs has a lot more in it! Like a new Iron Man ArtFX and tons of Halo merchandise. They even brought a bunch of PVC figures, which is not something we’re used to nowadays. I mean, they even had a Wonder Festival prototype out and about: Ken Kaneki! Along with lots of the Cu-Poche line, chopsticks for every shade of samurai, and tons more. Check them all out after the jump!

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  • I steeled myself against statue collecting a long time ago. Back when I first set out into the dangerous world of toys I promised myself one thing–don’t get attached to statues! Resin + high prices is a recipe for wallet disaster. Also I’m super clumsy and bump into shelves all the time, which is not good when everything in them are hyper-fragile. So far, I’ve done pretty well. Sure, figures like Diablo make me weak in the knees and we own a handful of larger statues, but 99% of the time I keep my cool. Well, not today! I am always tempted by Kotobukiya’s Fine Art line and while I usually manage to resist temptation, Carnage is just… perfect. Bloody, disgusting, and perfect. The pose! The crazy blade hands! The terrifying mouth! I need him so bad. Someone send help.

    NYCC 2014: Kotobukiya’s Marvel Carnage Fine Art Statue Gallery

    I steeled myself against statue collecting a long time ago. Back when I first set out into the dangerous world of toys I promised myself one thing–don’t get attached to statues! Resin + high prices is a recipe for wallet disaster. Also I’m super clumsy and bump into shelves all the time, which is not good when everything in them are hyper-fragile. So far, I’ve done pretty well. Sure, figures like Diablo make me weak in the knees and we own a handful of larger statues, but 99% of the time I keep my cool. Well, not today! I am always tempted by Kotobukiya’s Fine Art line and while I usually manage to resist temptation, Carnage is just… perfect. Bloody, disgusting, and perfect. The pose! The crazy blade hands! The terrifying mouth! I need him so bad. Someone send help.

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