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Ghost in the Shell 2 Motoko Aramaki 1/8 Scale PVC Figure

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Price: $96.98
Ships same-day (M-F) if ordered before 4PM EDT
Item Number: VC-MKNG
Publisher: Vice
Jan/UPC Code: 4562182880338
NCS Product Synopsis
Update: December 29, 2006
At the end of the first Ghost in the Shell series, Major Motoko Kusanagi melded with Kugutsu Mawashi (aka Puppeteer) and became a new entity dubbed Motoko Aramaki. The surname of "Aramaki" is an homage to Daisuke Aramaki who was chief director of the task force known as Public Security Section 9. In Ghost in the Shell 2: Man-Machine Interface, Motoko is the director of the investigative division of a multi-national conglomerate known as Poseidon International. Capable of remotely controlling decoy robots (decots), Motoko transfers her consciousness between bodies to complete missions and assignments around the world.
   In manufacturer Vice's new 1/8 scale Motoko Aramaki PVC figure which measures 7.87" tall, the womanly cyborg reveals her girlish side. Normally dressed in grungy combat fatigues or a regulation-issue uniform, Motoko shows off her taut belly muscles while wearing a frilly blue number.

   The top consists of a baby-blue ribbed vest with navy trim which shows off Motoko's ample assets while the bottom is an overly agitated dress that swirls around with a life of its own. Mo's gloved hands are perched on her hips in a stance of defiance and perhaps dominance. A white disc serves as the foundation upon which the Major stands.
This item is also known as Ghost in the Shell Element II Motoko Aramaki 1/8 PVC Figure.

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