When Tekken Lets Its (Plastic) Hair Down

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The latest entry in Kotobukiya's bishoujo line of cute figures is Emili "Lili" de Rochefort. She joins Julia Chang, Alisa Bosconovich, among others in the bishoujo line.

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The figurine will be out next April in Japan. If this is your thing, there's more in the above gallery.

TEKKEN美少女 リリ (フィギュア) [Hobby Search]


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Uggh, how sorely disappointing... face doesn't looking anything like Lili let alone the artstyle of Shunya's original piece he did for it.

She looks like a poor counterfeit Barbie doll that ended up warped in the assembly line - That or Lili got collegian injections and lazy eyed the hell out. And I thought Koto-Bisho Alisa's face was nightmarish enough.