A Kotobukiya Japanese import. Kotobukiya continues its line of bishoujo statues from the Mass Effect collection (after the alluring Liara T’soni) with none aside from the feminine model of the primary participant character, COMMANDER SHEPARD. The Systems Alliance Navy officer has by no means seemed hotter on this bishoujo look based mostly on a brand new interpretation by grasp illustrator Shunya Yamashita.
The commanding officer of the SSV Normandy is prepared for motion as she fights off Reapers in her distinctive physique armor. Leading her loyal troops Shepard stands in an aggressive pose, legs unfold broad for stability as she takes an enormous step whereas turning her higher physique to the aspect.
She gestures at her enemies to remain again together with her outstretched proper arm whereas her left wields considered one of two included interchangeable weapons: the M55 Argus Rifle or the depraved Omni Blade. The Commander’s armor has an extremely intricate sculpt displaying off each panel and seam, and it seems nice in its modern black and grey colour scheme with purple accents.
And in fact, regardless of her ferocity Shepard nonetheless has a gorgeous bishoujo-inspired face sculpt. Sculpted by Masahiro Takahashi (GILL GILL), Commander Shepard stands 9 inches tall (1/7 scale) on a particular show base. Add her to your Mass Effect assortment and show her subsequent to the beforehand launched Liara T’soni bishoujo statue.