Ready for a brand new Bishoujo statue from Kotobukiya? The company has unveiled a new Lady Deadpool statue that lets us see beneath the mask.

Chimichangas (and General America) beware, because Lady Deadpool is ready for action! The Earth-3010 denizen stands in a saucy pose with one leg straight and the other bent, twisting her torso and turning toward you with a surprise… a grenade in her outstretched hand! Wanda’s other arm is raised but points a thumb toward her weapon just to make sure you get her point. Lady Deadpool wears her distinctive take on the standard Deadpool costume with a full body skintight suit that shows off her curves and muscles. And like her Earth-616 counterpart the lady accessorizes her black and red suit with silver leg and arm bands, a brown belt with pouches and Deadpool symbol buckle, and a brown chest harness holding twin katanas on her back. Lady Deadpool comes with not one but two different interchangeable heads and hands for your choice of display options: the standard one wears the white-eyed Deadpool mask with her blonde hair in a long ponytail while the unmasked head features a beautiful, smiling Bishoujo-styled face with short hair and an alternate hand holding her mask!

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The Lady Deadpool statue is 9.5-inches tall on a clear base. If you want to add this statue to your collection, you can pre-order it now for $75.00. Marvel Lady Deadpool Bishoujo Statue arrives in February 2016.

via Kotobukiya

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1 Comment

  1. websnap
    August 24, 2015 at 10:25 am — Reply

    SO she has long hair with the mask on and short hair with out it, yet the long ponytail in not connected to the mask anymore after she takes it off.


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