If she was a real woman, I would marry She-Hulk. Aside from being a brilliant lawyer and a virtuous superhero, She-Hulk is also quite the looker. So when I heard Kotobukiya was bringing the painted Bishoujo She-Hulk statue prototype to New York Comic 2014 to be shown off for the first time, I knew what my first stop at the show (after attempting to pick up my Funko exclusives) was going to be…
Well, I finally got to see the final painted Kotobukiya Bishoujo She-Hulk statue prototype today at New York Comic Con 2014–being shown off publicly for the first time ever–and for the most part, I am very, very pleased.
Now, let me be frank: I still feel like this She-Hulk statue should be saying “tee hee, is this how you flex? *sexy wink*”. Even so, I don’t feel like a pervert just looking at this statue, which is a big win for the Kotobukiya Bishoujo line in and of itself.
This Bishoujo She-Hulk Kotobukiya statue looks powerful and confident without being awkwardly posed like poor Spider-Woman, and Koto has done a terrific job getting She-Hulk’s skin and hair just the right shades of green.
The Kotobukiya Bishoujo She-Hulk statue is now available for order, and is expected to ship in May 2015 for a retail price of $69.99 (or a discounted $64.99 if you order early from some retailers).
How do you like Kotobukiya’s She-Hulk, Marvel collectors? Is Marvel’s most successful non-blind lawyer going to be joining your shelves in 2015?