While I walked away from the Marvel display at the Kotobukiya booth at New York Comic-Con 2016 feeling a teensy bit disappointed about the lack of reveals, I certainly didn’t have that problem with the NYCC 2016 Kotobukiya Star Wars display! Koto displayed a bunch of ARTFX+ statues for the first time, including K-2SO, a Flametrooper, Shoretroopers, a Rogue One Death Trooper and more…Continue Reading →
Kotobukiya revealed their plans for a two-pack of Star Wars ARTFX+ Yoda and Dagobah R2-D2 statues way back in the second half of 2015, but new details have been sparse ever since. But no longer! We now know the “when” and the “how much”: the Kotobukiya Dagobah R2-D2 and Yoda statues are now up for order! And hey–“there is another”: this two-pack has become a three-pack!Continue Reading →
The sheer amount of new Star Wars toys and collectibles on display at NYCC 2015 is pretty staggering, and I likely won’t have an opportunity to dig in and really discuss them all until I get back from New York … Continue Reading →
At San Diego Comic-Con 2015, Kotobukiya revealed their Star Wars Barnes & Noble exclusive ARTFX+ statues for the year. One is the silver TC-14 protocol droid I discussed previously, and the other one is a clone of a different color–literally!
Coming this November, it’s Barnes & Noble’s first non-droid exclusive (and a statue I could have swore I already owned): the Kotobukiya Utapaun Clone Trooper ARTFX+ statue!Continue Reading →
In 2014, Kotobukiya found an unlikely partner to carry their exclusive Star Wars ARTFX+ statues: the Barnes and Noble book store chain, which hosted the ever-popular R2-C4 and R2-M5 statues! And following up on last year’s best-selling pair of Astromech Droids, Barnes and Noble is now getting their own special protocol droid–and this one’s a woman (or at least as feminine as a protocol droid can get!): the Kotobukiya Star Wars TC-14 ARTFX+ statue has now been revealed!Continue Reading →