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BLACK BUTLER BOOK OF CIRCUS UNDERTAKER ARTFX J STATUE (Reproduction Aug 29 2018)

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PP597 BLACK BUTLER BOOK OF CIRCUS UNDERTAKER ARTFX J STATUE (Reproduction)

About the Product

KOTOBUKIYA Japanese import! The great characters of Black Butler and its most recent season “Book of Circus” are back! Based on the manga by the same name by Yana Toboso, the animated series follows a rich young orphan and his butler who is really a demon in disguise serving his master before he can reap his soul. Continuing in Kotobukiya’s hit ARTFXJ lineup (a bold new expansion designed “to bring classic Japanese characters to their fans worldwide”) is the fourth individual from the series, another Grim Reaper and servant to the Phantomhive Family: UNDERTAKER! Much less flamboyant than his fellow Reaper Grelle, the Undertaker takes his name from his funeral director cover story and themed outfit. The dark fellow saunters along in a hunched over, crooked pose as he tips his hat to you in a friendly motion. Undertaker wears his unique long black robes with a gray sash, high heeled two-tone boots, belt with hanging charms, and of course his top hat with trailing cloth. The Reaper grins at you from beneath his long gray hair, and in his left hand he carries his trademark death scythe. Sculpted by Koei Matsumoto, Undertaker stands over 9 ½ inches tall (1/8 scale) on a broken cobblestone chess-themed base that goes great with other Black Butler ARTFXJ statues like Sebastian Michaelis, Ciel Phantomhive, and Grelle Sutcliffe.

© 枢やな/スクウェアエニックス・黒執事Project・MBS

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anime, black butler, undertaker, statue, Otaku,

About the Brand

In 1947, KOTOBUKIYA was built as a toy store in Tachikawa, Tokyo, and it became a limited liability company in 1953. While always continuing to focus on retail sales, KOTOBUKIYA first venture into original products as a model kit manufacturer began in 1983 with Armament, their first original model kit.

This was followed in 1985 with King Godzilla, their very first licensed kit.

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