Unbreakable Machine-Doll - Yaya
Yaya comes on a specially designed, gear-themed base !
Kotobukiya proudly presents a new Anime statue from the series Unbreakable Machine-Doll with the Yaya statue !
Unbreakable Machine-Doll (in Japanese: 機巧少女は傷つかない / Mashin-Dōru wa Kizutsukanai) is a 12 volumes light-novel started in 2009 and a 12 episodes TV Anime broadcased in Japan between October and December 2013.
It is the early 20th century, Raishin Akabane is a student puppeteer from Japan, who has come to the Walpurgis Royal Academy of Machine Arts in England to study the emerging field of Machinart: a combination of magic and technology with military applications.
He is accompanied by a girl named Yaya, who is actually his Automaton: a living machine doll powered by magical circuits specialized in hand-to-hand combat.
Yaya is Raishin's automaton, she was assembled using both mechanical and organic parts. Similar to a human girl in appearance, she is in love with Raishin and get jealous when he gets close to any other woman.
Its statue comes now to life at nearly 18cm tall in 1/8 scale. Yaya's sculpt is highly detailed in her flowing clothing, ribbons, and hair, giving a sense of movement that will look great on your shelves !
Also she comes on a specially designed, gear-themed base.
Yaya's unique pose and base are sure to please both collectors and fans of Unbreakable Machine-Doll !
- Type: PVC, ABS
- Scale: 1/8
- Size: 17.5 cm
- Sculptor: HIDEAKI KIYOHARA
- End of Preorder: March 4th, 2014
- Expedition Date: Late June 2014
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