- Call her Kitty Pryde, Sprite, or Shadowcat.
- She glows in the Japanese "pretty girl" style!
- Bishoujo-style statue based on an illustration by Shunya Yamashita.
- Features the X-Men mutant with her dragon friend, Lockheed.
The cute and cunning Shadowcat! The Marvel Comics Bishoujo Statue line, capturing superheroines and villains in the Japanese "pretty girl" style, continues with a fan-favorite X-Men member that fans have watched grow up over the years. This fabulous X-Men Kitty Pryde Bishoujo Statue is based on an illustration by Shunya Yamashita, and Kitty has never looked cuter than she does now. Sculpted by Mangusai Touda, she stands slightly under 8 1/2-inches tall on a specially designed display base, in the current Marvel Bishoujo Statue 1:7 scale. Her beauty will shine on her own or alongside previously released mutants in the line, like Storm, Psylocke, and Rogue (sold separately).
Caught in a playful jaunt with her best friend, the young mutant is carefree as she frolics, one foot touching the ground and the other raised beneath her. She turns at the waist to look at you, one hand held up by her face and the other outstretched to provide a perch for the diminutive dragon, Lockheed. The X-Woman's classic costume consists of a sleek bodysuit, personalized with a wide belt, long flaring gloves, and retro cuffed platform shoes. Her active pose and the bouncing curls of her long brown hair make this presentation dynamic, while Kitty's beaming smile and the unique look of Lockheed make her immediately recognizable.
Just a girl when she was approached by the mutant heroes in 1980's Uncanny X-Men #129, Kitty Pryde displayed the unique power to make herself entirely intangible, along with anything she wears, carries, or touches. Alternatively using the codenames Sprite and Shadowcat, she would become a veteran member of the X-Men and today teaches young mutants in the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning.