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FRAME ARMS GIRL GREIFEN MODEL KIT

Plastic Model

Specification

Month of Release
Oct, 2018
Scale
NON
Product Size
Total Height 150mm
Specification
Plastic Model
Parts
401~600
Material
PS・PE・ABS・POM・PVC(phthalate ester-free)
Sculptor
Kenichi Miyashita, Masashi Watanabe

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PROTOTYPES SHOWN,PENDING LICENSOR APPROVAL.FINAL PRODUCT MAY VARY.
CONCEPT ART SHOWN PENDING LICENSOR APPROVAL.
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●”Special Bonus Items” only come with products purchased directly from the Kotobukiya shops. In addition, special bonus items are offered only while supplies last.

Product Description

A KOTOBUKIYA Japanese import!  Kotobukiya’s Frame Arms Girl expansion of the Frame Arms series continues to combine the customizability of plastic model kits with the beautiful aesthetics of Ani*Statues, and up next is a fantastic collaboration with designer Tomotake Kinoshita: GREIFEN!  While standard Frame Arms robots are built around a basic, articulated internal skeleton, the Frame Arms Girls are actual robot Frames themselves capable of utilizing an astounding array of armor, weapons, and accessories.  Greifen appears as a slender young woman with violet hair and eyes, dressed in a variant of a traditional school uniform in white and dark blue.  She adds matching thigh high stockings, white gloves and hat, and brown harnesses; of course, she also has cool technological details and 3mm attachment points for weapons and accessories!  In her unarmored form Greifen can wear her removable beret and use her hand knife, rocket launcher, and machine gun as weapons.  Or, fully equip her and witness the signature sub-arms of the Frame Arms Greifen recreated for Frame Arms Girl Greifen as an oversized mecha suit!  The model comes with a clear helmet based on the helmet parts from the original Frame Arms Greifen, as well as modified hair parts to use with the helmet, and the fingers on the mecha hands are moveable.  Similar to the Frame Arms Hresvelgr, which was also designed by Tomotake Kinoshita, Greifen’s mecha suit can be converted into a two-legged vehicle which is also compatible with other Frame Arms Girls.  Standing nearly 6 inches tall fully assembled and comprised of approximately 500 pieces, Greifen looks amazing and offers limitless display options with multiple points of articulation and three interchangeable, pre-printed face parts so you can display her looking forward, looking right, or smiling/looking left.

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