Fatal Fury’s Mai Shiranui can be all yours. Well, from the waist up, anyway, if you order this life-size bust from Queen Studios. The company known for creating ultra-detailed statues and busts has brought the Fatal Fury star to life.
The bust features hair that has been individually rooted, glass eyes, and skin made of “platinum silcione.” I’m pretty sure the company means platinum cure silicone rubber. It is a rubber that supposedly does not shrink as much over time. But, wait… does this mean she may appear to age as the years go by?!
Is she anatomically correct? Possibly. I’m sure Mai Shiranui is fully sculpted under her sleeveless red uwagi. But am I a big enough fan of King of Fighters ’97 to find out for sure? I totally would, except for one problem.
As per usual, when it comes to Queen Studios, the Mai Shiranui bust is not available in the U.S. Only 300 lucky people in mainland China will be able to pick up the SNK beauty.
A: Rooted Hair
B: Platinum Silcione Skin
C: Detailed Base
“Mai Shiranui is a female ninja descended from the Shiranui ninjas. “The Alluring Ninja Girl” wears a red and white Kunoichi dress, with circular white ropes around her shoulders. As one of the founders of the Women Fighters Team, she poses devastating skill and power to take down her enemy, while she carries her iconic white Kacho Sen (Butterfly Fan) as her primary weapon.”
If alluring ninja girls aren’t your thing, why not check out Queen Studios’ bust of Henry Cavill’s Superman?[Source: Queen Studios]
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