Star Wars Mara Jade Bishoujo Statue / Kotobukiya / Artfx
Kotobukiya's lineup of Bishoujo (Japanese for "beautiful girl") statues based on. Characters continues after the highly successful Jaina Solo. With lovely ladies from all eras of the ultimate science-fiction powerhouse reimagined like never before, the. Bishoujo collection is surely strong with the Force.
Coming up next is one of the most popular. Originally an elite operative for Emperor Palpatine, Mara would learn the ways of the Force from Luke Skywalker to become a Jedi Knight and eventually his wife. She has appeared in dozens of novels, comic books, and video games, and now takes her place as a fantastic Bishoujo statue based on an illustration by master Japanese illustrator Shunya Yamashita. Fiercely independent and confident in her abilities, Mara Jade strides forward into battle with all of her weapons at her disposal.The assassin turned Jedi wears a unique outfit consisting of a skin-tight two-tone blue suit with integrated high-heeled boots and bare arms. Mara is ready for anything with a large blaster in a holster at her waist and a lightsaber held casually in her right hand. She is captured in a walking pose with her other hand held out in front of her, ready to batter her enemies with the Force.