Following last month’s Leatherface reveal, Kotobukiya has now unveiled another Bishoujo Series statue inspired by the infamous final scene from the classic 1974 horror The Texas Chain Saw Massacre. The Leatherface Chainsaw Dance collectible is available to pre-order now from Sideshow, priced at $130; check out the promotional images here…
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Leatherface from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre joins the Horror BISHOUJO lineup with the infamous “chainsaw dance” scene used as a motif!
The sculpt of the large chainsaw Leatherface can be seen swinging around uses the same sculpt data that was used in the previously released Leatherface BISHOUJO statue. The original bloody chainsaw design has been analyzed and faithfully reproduced as shown in the film.
The statue also follows the minute settings of the film, such as the damage that can be seen on the outfit. The mask face part is included with this statue, further enhancing her madness and eeriness. This statue comes with a base that exemplifies the vast Texas roads covered in large tire tracks, reminding fans of the climax of the film.
Line this statue up with the Leatherface BISHOUJO statue that comes complete with a yellow apron, and recreate the story of “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre” in your very own home.