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Kotobukiya Tekken Tag Tournament 2: Alisa Bosconovich Bishoujo Statue

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  • A Kotobukiya Japanese import
  • Second Bishoujo statue based on the characters of the long-lived Tekken video game franchise
  • Based on an illustration by renowned Japanese artist Shunya Yamashita
  • Sculpted by Busujimax (Takaboku Busujima)
  • Detailed fighting outfit includes purple striped thigh-high stockings, tall white shoes, white belt, black panties, a flowing blue and purple jacket/bra combo and gloves

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A Kotobukiya Japanese import. Following up on the capoeira master Christie Monteiro is the second Tekken Bishoujo Statue, Alisa Bosconovich. An android with detachable limbs, this elite and beautiful fighter came onto the scene first in Tekken 6 Bloodline Rebellion and appears here based on an illustration by renowned Japanese artist Shunya Yamashita, known for his video game character designs and beautiful illustrations. Artificial but stunningly attractive, Alisa fights in a flowing manner that seemingly incorporates dance moves. The android is captured in a unique pose, leaning back on one foot with one arm outstretched behind her and the other held up as though prepared to ward off an enemy attack. Her fighting outfit is recreated with special attention to detail and is complete with purple striped thigh high stockings, tall white shoes, white belt, black panties, a flowing blue and purple jacket/bra combination that covers her right arm, a left arm sleeve, and gloves. Alisa is further accented with four mechanical jets protruding from her back, intricate designs on her belt and bra, and flowers decorating her waist, chest, and hair. Like Christie before her, Alisa embodies the fierce movement of the fight through her clothes and wind-swept two-tone hair modeled in clear pvc. Standing nearly 8" tall (1:7 scale) on a special display base, Alisa was sculpted by Busujimax (Takaboku Busujima) who also crafted Christie before her. In fact, the two battling women are designed to be posed together to create an integrated fight scene so make sure to pick up both of them.

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A Kotobukiya Japanese import. Following up on the capoeira master Christie Monteiro is the second Tekken Bishoujo Statue, Alisa Bosconovich. An android with detachable limbs, this elite and beautiful fighter came onto the scene first in Tekken 6 Bloodline Rebellion and appears here based on an illustration by renowned Japanese artist Shunya Yamashita, known for his video game character designs and beautiful illustrations. Artificial but stunningly attractive, Alisa fights in a flowing manner that seemingly incorporates dance moves. The android is captured in a unique pose, leaning back on one foot with one arm outstretched behind her and the other held up as though prepared to ward off an enemy attack. Her fighting outfit is recreated with special attention to detail and is complete with purple striped thigh high stockings, tall white shoes, white belt, black panties, a flowing blue and purple jacket/bra combination that covers her right arm, a left arm sleeve, and gloves. Alisa is further accented with four mechanical jets protruding from her back, intricate designs on her belt and bra, and flowers decorating her waist, chest, and hair. Like Christie before her, Alisa embodies the fierce movement of the fight through her clothes and wind-swept two-tone hair modeled in clear pvc. Standing nearly 8" tall (1:7 scale) on a special display base, Alisa was sculpted by Busujimax (Takaboku Busujima) who also crafted Christie before her. In fact, the two battling women are designed to be posed together to create an integrated fight scene so make sure to pick up both of them.


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Item Dimensions 8 x 5 x 5 in 10.2 x 5.6 x 5.6 in 10 x 5 x 5 in 9 x 4 x 4 in 8 x 4 x 3 in
Item Weight 0.5 lb 0.85 lb 0.8 lb

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