SNK Heroines Terry Bogard figure

SNK Heroines Terry Bogard Figure Will Appear in Spring 2023

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The female version of Terry Bogard that debuted in SNK Heroines: Tag Team Frenzy will appear as a figure. Kotobukiya has published a new page for the Terry Bogard Bishoujo Statue on its website. The immovable 1/7 scale PVC figure will be available for sale in Spring 2023.

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Kotobukiya had previously announced plans to produce a figure of SNK Heroines‘ Terry Bogard at the December 2021 MegaHobby Expo. Back then, the company only showed Shunya Yamashita’s illustration of the character. The new webpage shows a painted prototype of the figure. However, Kotobukiya also noted that the final product may look different. It is still awaiting approval from SNK as the character’s licensor.

The female Terry Bogard is the second character to have a figure in Kotobukiya’s SNK Bishoujo lineup. The first figure featuring Mai Shiranui will release in August 2022 in Japan. Kotobukiya will also produce at least two more figures based on SNK’s female characters. Athena Asamiya will be the next character to have a figure.

SNK Heroines: Tag Team Frenzy is a 2v2 fighting game that launched in 2018 with an all-female cast. One of the characters that appeared in the launch roster is a female version of Terry Bogard. The original male fighter, well-known as the protagonist of SNK’s Fatal Fury series, has also appeared in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

The SNK Heroines: Tag Team Frenzy Terry Bogard figure will appear in Spring 2023. The fighting game is available on PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC.

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