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Kotobukiya conjures Zatanna Bishoujo statue

Kotobukiya has unveiled the latest addition to its line of DC Comics Bishoujo statues: Zatanna.

Sculpted by Sculpted by Takaboku Busujima (Busujimax) from character art created by Shunya Yamashita, the statue stands a little less than 10 inches tall. Here's how Kotobukiya describes it:

The magician looks like she is frozen in mid-performance, wearing her stage costume and sculpted in a unique pose. Zatanna balances on one foot with the other pulled up under her as she leans to the side, dramatically aiming her wand at her outstretched top hat. The beguiling sorceress wears her classic costume, a feminine version of a traditional magician’s outfit with high heeled boots, fishnet stockings, white gloves, a black bodysuit, and a complex top with tuxedo elements.

The Zatanna Bishoujo statue is available now for preorder ($69.99) for release in July.

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