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Alter Opens Pre-Orders for Bunny Girl Sora From Yosuga no Sora

In what might be a bid to keep FREEing from completely cornering the bunny girl commodities market, figurine maker Alter has just opened pre-orders for their own newest bunny girl figurine, featuring Sora Kasugano from VN and anime series Yosuga no Sora.

The PVC figurine, sculpted with some truly superb attention to detail by Hashimoto Ryou and with colors by artist Tetsumori Nanami, features Sora in a skimpy bunny girl outfit and black stockings, sitting on a stool as she strikes a pose that showcases her incredible rear end. Here are some pictures for your viewing pleasure:

The figurine is sculpted in a 1/7 scale, standing at 27 cm (10.6 in.) tall, and is scheduled for release in December of this year. You can purchase it off of J-List here for $189 US (plus shipping). Please be sure to check out the description:

Enjoy the vision of loveliness that is Sora Kasugano from Yosuga no Sora in this wonderful new incarnation from Alter! The master craftsmen at the figure brand always deliver extra-high quality and this is looking to be the most lovely Sora figure we’ve seen yet, dressed in a sexy bunny girl costume and posed in a wistful, inquisitive look that will steal your heart.

If this figure has piqued your interest, you can also check out the entirety of J-List’s vast figurine selection here . You should particularly check out some of Alter’s other works, as their sculpting is consistently fantastic, as is the quality of their colors.

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