Courtney Whitmore joins the DC Comics BISHOUJO series
After a stellar first season, DC’s Stargirl has cemented itself as one of DC’s hottest properties. With the character’s popularity growing by the day – and a hotly anticipated second season looming on the horizon, Kotobukiya has unveiled a suitably cool new Bishoujo statue idolizing Courtney Whitmore‘s iconic superhero.
The stunning 1/7 scale statue will stand just over 11″ tall and depicts the character wielding her trusty Cosmic Staff. Also included is a simple, yet elegant looking S.T.R.I.P.E. themed base.
Here’s the official line:
First appearing on CW’s drama “Arrowverse” and now with a second season on its way, “Stargirl” Courtney Whitmore joins the DC Comics BISHOUJO series!
Stargirl made her first appearance in the 1999 comic “STARS AND S.T.R.I.P.E.” as a fresh and brand new heroine. However, in this rendition of Stargirl, the character was beautifully rendered into an original BISHOUJO-style by BISHOUJO series lead designer and illustrator Shunya Yamashita.
Equipped with the “Cosmic Converter Belt” that converts cosmic energy and the “Cosmic Staff,” the young heroine can be seen on the grounds always full of energy!
The base that she stands on is also inspired by the power armor of the hero “S.T.R.I.P.E.” who supports Stargirl in all her heroics.
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Wow. What better way to prepare for season two than by adding this glorious statue to your collection. Stargirl is expected to be released in June 2021 in Japan and will be priced at 12,800 Yen (about $123).
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