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      Established all the way back in 1953, Kotobukiya was launched by three brothers looking to make a name for themselves in the toy industry. What began as a single store for dolls quickly expanded to the point where the company was producing a vast number and variety of original model kits.

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      Flash forward to today, and Kotobukiya offers both original and licensed model kits for hobby enthusiasts of all ages. Kotobukiya is known for its craftsmanship and dedication to quality, making these models an excellent addition to your collection.

      Continue reading to learn more about the company and the range of Kotobukiya products available at Hobbyco. 

      How to Verify Kotobukiya Figures

      Bootleg figurines are a problem many model collectors and hobbyists have to deal with. The last thing you want is to invest your money and excitement in a product that turns out to be a fake.

      The simplest way to circumvent this issue is by purchasing Kotobukiya figurines from authorised, trusted dealers — like Hobbyco! We stock one of the largest ranges of Kotobukiya in Australia and are always looking to add to our collection.

      Aside from purchasing from credible suppliers, other strategies you can use to verify the legitimacy of a Kotobukiya figure include:

      Know The Figurine Characteristics Well 

      Bootleg figurines can often easily be spotted by genuine fans — perhaps an item of clothing is the wrong colour, or the character is missing a particular piece of armour they always wear.

      Look For The Fine Details 

      Manufacturers of bootleg figurines are unlikely to put in the time and effort that’s required to authentically capture every detail of your favourite character. A sloppy paint job or even inaccurate box art can be an obvious giveaway.

      Check The Accessories

      Know what extra parts your Kotobukiya figurine should come with. The Arcanadea Velretta, for example, comes complete with a weapon that changes from an umbrella to a lance — if this is missing, there’s a chance your purchase isn’t legitimate.

      Should I Display My Kotobukiya Statues?

      Collectors of Kotobukiya figurines often face a difficult conundrum — do you show your models in the box, behind a glass case or on open display?

      If you’re someone who likes to frequently pick up your models, rearrange them into poses and recreate iconic scenes and pop culture moments, having them on open display might be the best option.

      If you’re predominantly an investor and plan to resell your Kotobukiya figurines further down the track, there’s no doubt that keeping them in their boxes is the best option.

      Using a display case is a nice middle ground — it’s not too difficult to access but provides an added layer of protection. Many Hobbyco customers find this is the preferred option when it comes to displaying their Kotobuyika statues.

      Where Are Kotobukiya Model Kits Made?

      The Kotobukiya headquarters remain in Japan, with the products sold domestically and internationally.

      These days, many Kotobukiya products are manufactured in China; however, this may differ depending on the specific model. If you have a specific product you’re interested in and would like to know more about it, we encourage you to contact the Hobbyco customer service team.

      Which Kotobukiya Kits Are Available?

      Hobbyco is proud to stock a comprehensive range of Kotobukiya kits featuring models from all your favourite franchises. Whether you’re a Marvel enthusiast or a Star Wars fanatic, Hobbyco is the place to shop.

      Some of our customers’ favourite products include: 

      Fall Guys Collectible Pack 02

      Fall Guys is the ultimate battle royale party game! Take on up to sixty players in a massive madness of wacky obstacle courses and mini-games, where only one can be crowned the victor. 

      And once you’ve played the game, it’s time to kick-start your Fall Guys model figure collection! The Fall Guys Collectible Pack 02 comes complete with an iconic rookie costume, hearts stickers, lightning stickers and three colours of face parts. 

      Bullet Knights Exorcist Plastic Model Kit

      From the ever-popular Kotobukiya Megami Device plastic model kit series comes the Bullet Knights Exorcist.

      The series combines the unique characteristics of Bishoujo characters with heavy-duty armour and weapons for a model figurine unlike any other! The kit comes with a variety of weapons and body parts, allowing you to pick and choose poses for display.

      Muv-Luv Alternative Total Eclipse SU47E Berkut

      Straight from the world of Muv-Luv Alternative Total Eclipse comes the Su-47E Berkut, piloted by the Scarlet Twins! 

      Every aspect of this Kotobukiya figurine is faithfully recreated, including two standard A-97 assault cannons, removable motor blades for both arms and characteristic folding blades on the heels.

      What Range of Kotobukiya Does Hobbyco Sell?

      Hobbyco’s collection of Kotobukiya figurines includes some of your favourite franchises. If you’ve never considered collecting plastic model kits before, Kotobukiya could be the perfect place to start.

      Kotobukiya model kits we sell include:

      Where Can I Buy Kotobukiya in Australia?

      Hobbyco — of course! 

      For Kotobukiya in Australia, there’s no better place to shop than Hobbyco. Our range of Kotobukiya model kits is unparalleled and features original figurines as well as characters from all your favourite franchises. 

      Browse our collection online today, and be sure to contact our customer service team if you have any additional questions. 

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