Revoltech is an action figure line from the Japanese company Kaiyodo that utilizes the unique "Revolver Joint" articulation system. This gives the figures a wide range of motion and stability, allowing for many dynamic and varied poses.
The subject matter for the Revoltech line can be broadly split into four categories—Real Robots, Super Robots, Human Characters and Creatures. With amazing quality, detail and styling this is one of the hottest figure lines ever created! Revoltech has over 50 models, with more being released almost every month.
Booska is the name of a cute, friendly human-sized kaiju (monster) that looks like a cross between a bucktoothed Teddy Bear and a giraffe. It was originally an iguana until its owner fed it experimental food. Created by Eiji Tsuburaya, Booska made his debut in the popular 1966 children's TV series, Monster Booska, produced by Tsuburaya Productions (which had just created Ultraman months earlier).
This Revoltech version is amazingly detailed for its size and comes with equally spectacular accessories. Includes display stand with name plate, inter-changeable hands, tail, chopsticks and a miniature bowl of ramen noodles.
* Sculpted by Shinobu Matsumura
* Stands approx. 5 inches tall
* Number of movable parts: 20
* Number of joints: 12
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