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#NYCC 2018 - Kotobukiya Booth Images

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Shown below are images from the 2018 New York Comic Con Kotobukiya booth. Among other things shown are concept art for their new line of G.I. Joe Bishoujo statues.

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1 hour ago, JonD7 said:

I love the X-Men line! Love that someone is finally doing the 90's cartoons.

Yea, I grew up with that cartoon and love seeing them getting represented again.

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Those Jim Lee X-Men look gorgeous, man... As do those Star Wars Bounty Hunters. If only I had the shelf space and budget to rock up a statue-laden mock-up.

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On 10/5/2018 at 9:37 PM, GojiBill said:

Yea, I grew up with that cartoon and love seeing them getting represented again.

 

On 10/5/2018 at 7:57 PM, JonD7 said:

I love the X-Men line! Love that someone is finally doing the 90's cartoons.

What do you guys mean? We are getting a lot of product from these characters from all sorts of companies. 

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55 minutes ago, FASVB said:

 

What do you guys mean? We are getting a lot of product from these characters from all sorts of companies. 

True, there’s been plenty of X-Men products but lately there’s been a huge focus on the 90s animated series. This introduce many kids (myself included) to the X-men, so it’s cool to see these classic cartoon designs get some love again at this level.

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11 minutes ago, GojiBill said:

True, there’s been plenty of X-Men products but lately there’s been a huge focus on the 90s animated series. This introduce many kids (myself included) to the X-men, so it’s cool to see these classic cartoon designs get some love again at this level.

Yes. To me is the best era. The Chris Claremont, Jim Lee era. Marvel Legends are killing me now with these and every release gets me excited and frustrated at the same time because I just can't get every figure. The Apocalypse wave was jsut released and they are showing new stuff. I still haven't got the Juggernaut wave. 

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^ I’m right there with you on a lot of that, thanks to my pitiful monthly budget for figures... I only just found the Walgreens exclusive ML Thing, in one of my local stores, the other day. And that took up my budget for the month, by itself. So, I carry very little hope of ever completing any waves or BAFs or whatever.

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I really like the Spiderman and I'm interested to see how the Baroness turns out. These are usually out of my price range though. They do look nice for sure. 

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I'm loving this look but does this mean theyre going to start doing alternate pose statues for their previous releases?

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