This July, Kotobukiya will attend the San Diego Comic-Con and have exclusive Bishoujo statues for you to check out, and purchase.  Take the jump for an early look at the Invisible Woman and Evil Supergirl Bishoujo statues.


She may have the power to disappear from view, but the Invisible Woman is on full display here! The sultry Sue stands on her defeated opponent, shedding her protective force field and showing off with a jaunty pose. Casually walking toward you with one hand on her hip, the fantastic heroine points towards the sky with an all new hand gesture and shorter hair. The Invisible Woman is dressed in her traditional Fantastic Four costume, an ultra skintight bodysuit showing off all of her sexy curves in metallic blue and white with the team’s logo on her chest. This new costume looks incredible on her with a bright shimmer and excellent details down to the open fingers on her gloves. While she’s fully visible this time around, the force field shards around her are a nice nearly-translucent pale blue. The Invisible Woman’s strong pose and alluring figure are perfectly topped off by a beautiful Bishoujo-styled face that shows off her confidence and power after a tremendous battle!

Invisible Woman stands just over 9 inches tall (in the current Marvel Bishoujo 1/7th scale) on an amazing georama base depicting the hand of the gigantic green monster from the cover of Fantastic Four #1, “The Mole Man’s Monster!” This exclusive version is limited to just 500 pieces and will be available exclusively at San Diego Comic-Con 2011 and via limited pre-orders on!

Available July 2011.


Based on the current “New Earth” version of the character and costume and inspired by Supergirl #5, Evil Supergirl arrives on the scene literally floating in the clouds! Dressed in her malevolent two piece black, silver, and vermilion outfit consisting of a very short skirt and midriff-baring top along with knee-length boots, the young Kryptonian proves that bad can look oh so good. Evil Supergirl flies on top of a small cloud formation, twisting to look behind her (and in the process showing off her long legs and just a peek at her silver panties). She’s even joined by an evil, black caped version of her faithful kitty companion Streaky the Supercat! Supergirl’s beautiful flowing blonde hair is further accented by translucent material, and perfectly frames her Bishoujo-styled face with new yellow eyes and dark makeup.

Constructed of high-quality pvc plastic and standing nearly 10 inches tall (in the ultimate 1/7 scale) as she floats on her exclusive base, Evil Supergirl was sculpted by Masahiro “Gill Gill” Takahashi. Limited to only 1,500 pieces (starting with a 360 piece early premiere at San Diego Comic-Con) this dark beauty won’t be around for long!

Available July 2011.

via Kotobukiya

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  1. JG
    June 5, 2011 at 9:30 am — Reply

    ha hahaah hahah ahaaaa………… ha

  2. TaZ
    June 5, 2011 at 9:35 am — Reply

    “Bad Supergirl” indeed. She gives a new meaning to the term “Showing her a$$”.

  3. Navarre
    June 6, 2011 at 8:40 am — Reply

    Should just call her “Jailbait Supergirl”.

    I like the pose (what guy wouldn’t?). Her face doesn’t seem to have enough character.

    I can’t tell what her expression is supposed to convey. The best I can get is some sort of playfulness, maybe?

    • Alisha Mynx
      June 6, 2011 at 10:23 am — Reply

      To me, it looks like many of the “evil” girls on various anime from around the 90’s and earlier. Even evil, they still looked somewhat “happy and playful”, until they got REALLY angry and changed into something completely different.

      I like it to a degree, but there is something “off” about it for me (and it isn’t the upskirt view, it is something else I can’t quite put my finger on).

      • TaZ
        June 6, 2011 at 10:41 am — Reply

        (Snicker!) “…can’t quite put my finger on.” BWAHAHAHAA (Classic JLI Blue Beetle Laugh here).

  4. Damascus
    June 12, 2011 at 5:30 am — Reply

    I like the Invisible Woman statue, and oddly it’s mostly because she doesn’t have her legs molded out of see through plastic. I hate that so many of the Invisible Woman statues have “invisible” legs.

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