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Not just chopsticks and ice cube trays.
Kotobukiya at the 2013 New York Comic Con
If you ever wanted to toss a football-sized Millenium Falcon-shaped ice cube into your cooler, then Kotobukiya has you covered. They've also got some nice statues if Star Wars ice is not your thing.
Kotobukiya had some great stuff to show off at the NYCC
Star Wars and more from Koto. Photos courtesy of ToyFreakz!
Including Iron Man from the Avengers!
With HD video.
Killer new Star Wars statues from Koto!
D-Style, Megaman, and Phantasy Star Online.
Takeya sculpts the iconic character from Tekken Tag Tournament 2.
Batman from The Dark Knight Rises and Superman from 52!
With HD video.
Kotobukiya had all sorts of great stuff to see and we got a V.I.P. tour of it all.
Includes HD video
What am I going to do with a double-bladed chopstick? Who cares, it's awesome.
UPDATED WITH HD VIDEO
Diamond, being more than just their own toy manufacturer, distributes for other Manufacturers. So there was a plethora of goods on display at their booth.
Kotobukiya landed the Marvel license about a year ago and now there fruits of their efforts are seeing fruition.
Star Wars and Kotobukiya go together like peanut butter and jelly and we took the photos to prove it.
Super Robot Wars mecha kits from Kotobukiya
Kotobukiya's Gurren Lagann kits are easy to build, and pretty much the only way you are going to get a King Kittan or Dayakkaiser.
Kotobukiya was back at SDCC with all new merchandise from this summer's hottest properties