NSFW: Absurd Queen's Blade Curves In Figure Form

Namco Bandai PSP game Queen's Blade Spiral Chaos features more than fighting. It features enormous boobs. And so does this Queen's Blade figure.

Going on sale March 1 for ¥2,900 (US$32), curvy character Cattleya is the latest entry in the "Revoltech" poseable Queen's Blade figurines. The 1/12 scale Cattleya comes with battle damage clothes, one enormous blade and other attributes. Like glasses.

Queen's Blade is originally a Lost Worlds style "combat picture book game" and has been published in Japan for the last couple of years.

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Queen's Blade features only female characters, and its spin-off series Queen's Gate has showcased the likes of Iroha (Samurai Shodow), Mai Shiranui (The King of Fighters) and Dizzy (Guilty Gear). Mai and Dizzy have both gotten Queen's Gate figures.

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Queen's Blade has also been spun off into an anime in Japan. It has also inspired a cosplay photobook with model Yuuri Morishita. Scythe wielding maid, anyone?

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DISCUSSION

My oppinion on those breasts:

They are neither erotic nore even in the sligthest bit aestheticly beautyfull.

I would even go so far that these are just breasts added by lazy artists that have NO clue how real breasts look like and behave and so just add a few realy big curves with the behavior of waterfilled plasticbags.

And it is not like there are no exaples for learn by viewing reachable in our world.

Perhabs the REALISTIC-Approach is anyway wrong here, but at least some aesthetics should be considered and that up there is just Plain ugly.

To me such ugly attempts just look like the artist didn't even try.

Draw a circle with bumbs in it, finished.

Just my oppinion that i felt had to be shared at least once. ^^