Kotobukiya Does Black Widow Right With This ArtFX Statue

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What’s my favorite interpretation of Black Widow? The one from the PS2 Punisher game where she had a super thick Russian accent. I mean it was thick. Like your babushka would spit out her freshly made oladushkis if she heard it. It was that over the top and fun.

My second favorite is a good, old fashioned comic book version. The large bracers, the studded belt, and the marvelous red hair. Yes, please. I’ll take two! Luckily Kotobukiya is serving up just that with a new variation of one of their ArtFX statues.

Unfamiliar with Kotobukiya’s line of statues? Well, some are hyper-stylized, some are hyper sexy, some are just right. This Black Widow fits into the former. Natasha Romanoff is seen here sporting a white catsuit with signature belt and bracers.

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Though, I have to admit that the head sculpt reminds me more of classic Mary Jane Watson than the Russian super spy.

This white suit version is PX Previews exclusive. If you’re looking for the classic black outfit version, check out Sideshow. Seeing Black Widow in this costume really makes me wish that the MCU had gone a different route with the character.

This high-quality statue is made of plastic and stands at 10 inches tall. Each of these exclusive statues has its own serial number, a must for the serious collector.

Natasha will be shipping in February of 2022. Keep in mind that this is a limited edition exclusive statue. So, it may start selling out quickly. Got $174.99? Then head on over to the Big Bad Toy Store and pre-order yours.

For our review of the Black Widow movie, click here to see Kambrea’s take on the flick.

What’s your favorite Black Widow from the past? Iron Man 2 Black Widow? The Coldest War Black Widow? Her totally ’90s Marvel Knights look, maybe? Let us know in the comments.

[Source: Big Bad Toy Store]


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