There have been arguments and rumors that the Comic Industry has been slowly dying or claiming that the “SJWs Are Killing Comic Books” but a new report was published on July 13th over on Publishers Weekly that sales for North American Comic Books have soared up to a whopping $1.21 Billion.
Thanks for reading! If you have any suggestions, news tips, or questions, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org; Also, be sure to Follow and Subscribe to the Nerd Den’s Twitter, and Tumblr! Links are located on the Sidebar! Also, check out my relaunched Patreon Page, and Ko-Fi Page!Wonder Woman returns as a plastic model kit based on an original illustration by the beloved Fumikane Shimada! Three face parts are included (normal front-facing, normal left-facing, and yelling). The sword, shield, the Lasso of Truth, various armor parts, shield effect parts, and a simple base are included in this kit. Each joint has a wide range of flexibility to allow for diverse posing such as crossing the arms like in the comics. Wonder Woman stands 6 1/3-inches tall upon assembly. What is Cross Frame Girl? Cross Frame Girl is a collaboration series that combines Kotobukiya’s original content Frame Arms Girl and its advanced technology with other well-known media content. The kits come with multi-colored parts and face parts pre-printed with tampography, making them easy to assemble with no paint required. The kits are equipped with 3mm joints and PVC hand parts, making them compatible with the weapons and armor of a majority of M.S.G Weapon Unit series, Frame Arms Girl, and Frame Arms series.
Cross Frame Girl models is also compatible with Frame Arms Girl models (sold separately) so users can interchange head, arm, and leg parts for further customization options.