Major Motoko Kusanagi from Ghost in the Shell stands 6 1/8 inches tall and is articulated at the neck, shoulders, right elbow, wrists, waist, hips, thighs and knees. She includes a starkly beautiful base where all her life-sustaining hoses are housed.
A disappointing figure. Why McFarlane chose the Motoko from the 1990s movie instead of the comics or even the playstation game is beyond me. If you are a fan of that movie then this is for you. If you, like me, are not then you'll want to get it on blowout if you can find it. I got mine on blowout for under 5.00 years ago and they're still cheap online. The sculpt actually doesn't resemble the character in the movie as much as you would expect but there are others in this line that are like that as well for whatever reason. She features a static pose with the absolute most basic articulation in the hips, shoulders, and neck. The display base is meant to represent the vat used to put the artificial flesh on her body but looks like a blob of green with silver machinery on it. A simple, and...[See More]
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