‘Ghost In The Shell: The Movie’ News: The Latest Motoko Kusanagi Gets A Figma
Good Smile Company has recreated a new figma set of the latest incarnation of Motoko Kusanagi character of the new film “Ghost in the Shell: The Movie.” The new figma set is expected to be released in February 2016.
Fans of the “Ghost in the Shell” anime and manga series know very well that the fictional character Motoko Kusanagi has been redesigned several times since it was first designed in 1989 by Masamune Shirow. The most recent incarnation of the character was in the latest film of the franchise that was released in Japanese theaters on June 20, 2015.
According to AnimeNewsNetwork, Good Smile Company would release and distribute a new recreated figma set of the recently incarnated Motoko Kusanagi of “Ghost in the Shell: The Movie.”
Kusanagi figma is available in three facial expressions – The first one is with her “standard calm and collected expression;” the second one is with her “clenched teeth” expression; and the third one is with her “smiling expression.”
Moreover, the figma comes dressed up in her “thermo-optical camouflage suit.” In addition, she is ready for action with her favorite pistol, assault rifle, and visor.
The Motoko Kusanagi figma would be available for a price of 5,370 yen (US$45), reported the source. The Good Smile Company gives a wonderful offer by giving out Thermo-Optical Camouflage Leg Parts as a bonus for those customers who pre-order the figma through their shop.
The figma has been designed perfectly such that the pistol, assault rifle, and visor matches up well with the thermo-optical camouflage suit to portray the various action scenes. A report from the Company’s site revealed that flexible plastic has been used for the essential areas, without “compromising possibility.” Moreover, an articulated figma stand is also included with the figma set in order to make various poses easy.
Fans would be delighted with the release of the new figma set of Motoko Kusanagi character of the latest theatrical release of Kazuya Nomura’s “Ghost in the Shell: The Movie.”
Photo Source: Facebook/ Motoko Kusanagi