Third in the line of Marvel Comics Bishoujo Statues (after Rogue and Black Widow) is the magical and mysterious Scarlet Witch. The beautiful mutant sorceress, and daughter of the incomparable Magneto, Wanda Maximoff exemplifies the Japanese Bishoujo (pretty girl) style, and was designed by the incomparable illustrator Shunya Yamashita! Fans should be familiar with Yamashita-sensei's style as Japan's leading Bishoujo artist from his art books, video game work, as well as multiple figural collaborations with Kotobukiya.
The Scarlet Witch is resplendent in her signature color, with ruby-red bodysuit, gloves, boots, cape and headdress. She leaps right off of the comic book page in a relaxed flying pose, while she coyly points to her lips in a sultry manner. Her excellent sculpt highlights the details of her clothing as well as her long, flowing brown hair. The sorceress has a beautiful Bishoujo-styled facial sculpt complete with ruby lipstick and bright green eyes.
Standing at approximately 7 1/2 inches tall (in 1/8 scale, along with the other Marvel Bishoujo statues), the Scarlet Witch was sculpted by Koei Matsumoto. Packaged in an attractive window box, the sexy sorceress is constructed of high-quality pvc plastic.