Sword Art Online Kotobukiya 9.5" PVC Ani-Statue Leafa Fairy Dance Pre-Order ships June
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About This Product...
Leafa Fairy Dance Ani-Statue
Series: Sword Art Online
Release Date: June 2014
For ages: 14 and up
Details (Description): The next beautiful Ani*Statue from Kotobukiya comes from Sword Art Online, a Japanese light novel series by Reki Kawahara with illustrations by Abec that's been adapted into manga, anime, and a video game. Coming after the main Sword Art Online female protagonist Asuna comes the woodland themed alter ego of Kirigaya Suguha, LEAFA -FAIRY DANCE-! A Kendo expert and faithful friend, Suguha appears here in her in-game avatar skipping lightly over a peaceful nature scene. Leafa wears a beautiful green and white dress that moves with her, and she accessorizes with bracelets, long boots and stockings, and more. Fully a part of her digital world the girl has fantastic translucent wings and long pointed ears, and everywhere you look are intricately sculpted details. Sculpted by Shou Kojima, Leafa -Fairy Dance- is 9 inches tall (1/8 scale) as she leaps over the half-submerged tree of her unique display base. With her pretty smile and cute wave you'll always enjoy seeing Leafa on your shelf, and she goes great with the Asuna Ani*Statue! REKI KAWAHARA/ASCII MEDIA WORKS/SAO Project.