Kotobukiya continues to show off its line of ArtFX+ Statues, and for X-Men fans, Emma Frost is now available for pre-order.

It’s interesting to see Emma wearing a black costume instead of the white one we are used to seeing.  It kind of changes the vibe I get from the character for some reason.

The Emma Frost ArtFX+ Statue is based on the artwork by Adi Granov, who was commissioned for this statue and sculpted by Junnosuke Abe. The statue is a 1/10th scale piece of art that stands over 7-inches tall.

Emma Frost ArtFX+ Statue

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One of the most popular mutants ever, Emma is a powerful telepath who can also transform into a diamond form. Frost has had a 35 year history with the X-Men, starting out as their enemy and ending up one of their most passionate leaders. Always preferring bold and sexy in her costume choices, the former White Queen stepped things up even further with her Marvel Now! appearance that’s captured in this dynamic presentation. The mutant stands with her feet apart for balance, pointing one hand toward you while the other is poised by her head to help focus her tremendous telepathic abilities. Emma wears a very distinctive (and revealing) costume consisting of thigh high boots, gloves, a one piece bodysuit with an extreme cut out, a wide belt, and a long flowing cape with attached sleeves, collar, and armored shoulder pads! The dark black and metallic gray of her outfit contrast amazingly with her pale skin tone, blonde hair, and the bright color accents of the red “X” designs on her shoulders, blue eyes, and smoldering red lips.

As mentioned previously, The Emma Frost ArtFX+ Statue is available for pre-order now at a price of $54.99.

via Kotobuikiya


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