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Cu-poche FRAME ARMS Girl ARCHITECT

We have 15 units in stock.

₱3,000

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Cu-poche FRAME ARMS Girl ARCHITECT

About the Product

The cold and mysterious Frame Arms Girl, “Architect,” now available as a Cu-Poche!

The 53rd entry in the Cu-Poche series of cute moveable figures, the analytical “Architect” from the popular “Frame Arms Girl” anime makes her Cu-Poche debut!

Cu-Poche figures pocket-sized, moveable figures with non-scale proportions giving them a cute appearance. Despite their small stature, Cu-Poche figures enjoy a wide range of movement, allowing them to be displayed in a variety of poses. Interchangeable face parts and magnets in the figure’s feet allow you to display the figure with a variety of poses and expressions.

The M.S.G. “Impact Knuckles” that played an important role in the show are recreated in adorable, non-scale Cu-Poche form. Keep your eyes peeled for more Cu-Poche and Frame Arms Girl collaborations in the near future!

Included Parts:
 Impact Knuckles (left and right)
 Two interchangeable faces (composed expression, animated speaking expression)
 Interchangeable hands (open hands, closed hands, two types of holding hands)
 Special base for the magnets in the Cu-Poche’s feet
 Moveable stand (comes with the stand, arms, and thin and thick extension parts)
 Storage Bag

Specifications

Product Dimensions:
170mm(W)×80mm(D)×210mm(H)

Tags:
Cu Poche, cute, anime, frame arms girl, Robot, Mecha, Kawaii,

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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