|Character Design||Yasushi Nirasawa|
|Toy Design||Takayuki Takeya|
Review by JoshB
Franken Steela is from the first series of Yasushi Nirasawas' "Resurrection
of Monstress" series. Steela is obviously a take off of Frankenstein,
but done with a Nirasawa slant.
The figure and base combined are 9 1/2 inches tall. Steela is made
of PVC while the base and accessories are made of a harder plastic. It
is articulated at the neck and shoulders only, making it more of a statue
than a figure. The figure comes with a load of accessories, such as:
- Operating table
- Brain with removable skull
- Evil rat
- Handweapon "Electra"
The version shown is the Limited POP version, with a day-glow color
scheme. The regular version has much more muted colors.
From the package:
The year is 2000 ac.
Victor Frankenstein's last bloodline Guille Frankenstein has created a new being from the brains of intellects around the world and stitching body parts from various super models.
Steela has born into the world destroying the castle with her right
Height 190cm weight 70kg
Sculpted by Takayuki Takeya
Designed by Yasushi Nirasawa
|Posted 29 January, 2003 - 23:50 by JoshB|