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@GeekeryDo: @mikeyturvey I agree with you. I stopped reading them because I got tired of it, though @Sir_Narwhal is correct that it's normal for comics.
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@GeekeryDo: @Sir_Narwhal @mikeyturvey yeh but that's just one arc and it's easy to read it all since, as you said, it's been put together like that.
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@NFern0: @Sir_Narwhal Sounds like (ohoho) specialist equipment. Black Friday is more mass consumer oriented isn't it?
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Posted by Stephen Donaldson on October 17, 2011 | 2 Comments
We’ve shown you lots of Marvel figure offerings from Kotobukiya from the many existing figures in the bishoujo line to the new additions of Storm and Black Widow, as well as the new Spiderman and Avengers Movie ArtFX line starting with Iron Man, but there were also a lot of other statues on hand from the Marvel universe! Most of the classic Avengers group was on hand along with the announcement of the new Hawkeye that we had shown you before the show. For some reason the new updated Captain America was not on hand at the show and he appeared unpainted, but either way, he is one awesome figure.
Other than what we saw back at San Diego Comic Con, not much was new other than the Spiderman and Venom announcement and Avengers movie figures, but it’s great to see everything that they’ve been working on and has been released in the last few months and will be released in the next few upcoming months. I can’t wait to see what will be added next and let us know who you’d love to see statues of from the Marvel universe in the comments below.
Posted by Leah Bayer on August 3, 2011 | 5 Comments
I will freely admit that I am not the hugest fan of US comic statues. I admire the sculpting, but often the faces don’t really work for me and the QC is rather poor. However, Kotobukiya’s work with Erick Sosa has left me very impressed, especially with their newest offerings from SDCC. Not only do they all have interesting, dynamic poses, but the faces are spot-on! Iron Man and Magneto in particular have excellent expressions, and along with Captain America you get the option of swapping heads!
The star of Kotobukiya’s SDCC sculptures was by far their Archangel, who is pretty much epic beyond words. The eerie blue skin, the sheen of the black suit and the gorgeous metal wings combine into a really special figure. Along with Thor, these figures make for an interesting set of releases, and I think for once I can say that I am really looking forward to a comic statue lineup!
Posted by Stephen Donaldson on July 27, 2011 | 2 Comments
Kotobukiya has quickly become one of the premier comic statue manufacturers over the last two years and for the biggest comic convention in the nation, they really brought the heat with their new Marvel announcements. Between continuing the X-Force line and starting up the Avengers line, there was quite a lot on hand and it really shows just how much sculptor Erick Sosa has grown.
The X-Force line was expanded with Warpath, Gambit, Magneto, and Archangel, all of which look amazing. Warpath, who received a few updates since Toy Fair, will be ready for September of this year for $199.99 and really shows off his powerful nature. Gambit, who will follow Warpath in October for $209.99 is also the next in the X-Men Danger Room Session Series, rather than the X-Force line in particular, and has a similar base to others such as Collossus and Psylocke before him. In the 1st quarter of 2012, we’ll be receiving the two newly shown off statues: Magneto and Archangel. Magneto comes with a second non-helmet head and has lots of magnetic items floating around one powerful pose making for one really badass figure of such an iconic character. Archangel, who is set for $229.99, features his giant metallic wings, which are quite shiny and metallic looking in person, and really is one impressive figure. Archangel’s size alone is so imposing that he just commands to be looked at, even if placed on a bottom shelf like at Kotobukiya’s booth.
Not to be overshadowed though is the equally amazing Avengers line, which is slated to begin in the 2nd quarter of 2012 and features Thor, Captain America, and Iron Man so far. Thor, whom was unpainted at Toy Fair, has now been tweaked a little in his face and hands and is also fully painted and looking great. The swooshing cape and outstretched arm convey so much motion for a static figure and really bring this piece to another level. Captain America looks great in his red, white, and blue color scheme and will feature a non-masked swappable head as well. Last, but not least, Iron Man will also feature a swappable non-masked head and his metallic suit comes across amazingly via the paint job.
There were also many other statues that have been released or will be released shortly on display, and judging from the completely sold out booth at the end of the convention, these all look like they will follow suit and be hot sellers. I personally can’t wait to see more of all of these, but for now, we’ll just have to live with what we have in the gallery below.