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I Don't Have Many Friends - Hasegawa Kobato

I Don't Have Many Friends - Hasegawa Kobato

The one and only Kobato from the popular series I Don't Have Many Friends


Kobato, true to her character, with contact lenses and vampire/goth dress !

Kotobukiya presents their latest ani statue from the popular series I Don't Have Many Friends: the one and only Kobato!

Hasegawa Kobata is Kodaka's younger sister; she is a student in middle school, but nonetheless joins the club. She is very close to her brother, who she calls "An-Chan", and behaves in a jealous and clingy way whenever she feels that he is not giving her the attention she deserves, to the point where it is obvious that she has a brother complex. She sees Maria as a rival for Kodaka's brotherly affections and so often gets into fights with the latter. Despite being older than Maria she has smaller breasts than her, which Maria is always eager to point out. She has had a penchant for darkness, vampires and the macabre ever since she started watching an anime called Iron Necromancer. As a result she often speaks in an affected fashion, claims to be known as the ancient vampire "Reisys V. Felicity Sumeragi", and wears a gothic dress and red contacts, but this façade quickly breaks down when she gets emotionally worked up and she speaks in a strong Kyūshū accent.

This Kobato statue is true to her character in the show, from her red contact lens down to her vampire/goth inspired black dress, based on the cover illustration from the fifth episode Blu ray/DVD set.

Kobato is nearly 17 cm tall as she kneels precariously on an ornate, tipping chair. Highly sculpted detail from the folds in her dress and flowing hair, down to the stuffed rabbit toy she holds. Kobato looks great on her own, or alongside previous releases from I Don't Have Many Friends such as the Sena Kashiwazaki or Yozora Mikazuki statues!

  • Type: PVC, ABS
  • Scale: 1/8
  • Size: Approximately 16,5cm
  • Sculptor: Shou Kojima
  • End of Preorder: June 19th, 2013
  • Expedition Date: September 2013

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