Scantily clad, and still kicking off her skirt – Ore no Imouto’s unbelievably cute little sister heroine is seemingly going down an immoral path which would bring shame to her onii-chan with this upcoming PVC figure.
Kotobukiya has released a promotional image showing-off one of their latest figures in their line-up – a mizugi outfitted rendition of Ore no Imouto’s adorable imouto, looking far superior to any Beach Queen. However, even with how delectable this sculpt may be, one must question if it’s not diverging too significantly from the imouto’s true appearance and personality – and not merely for one, but a variety of reasons at that.
First of all, as one may have already noticed as result of their inability to be held back by a flimsy strip of cloth, it seems that her oppai have expanded in size quite substantially. The formerly flat-chested imouto is not looking rather stacked – and of course, it’s also quite something to note that her top is almost ridiculous in how revealing it is.
Bikinis are already quite laughable to call “attire” – yet this is something else on its own level of provocative. Neither the cute tie ribbon in center, nor the bright girly pink which composes it, overshadows that this wrapping seems very much an article of textile one would expect a female from a more ero-suggestive, and fanfare packed series to equip – not the middle-schooler turned highschooler heroine of a somewhat earnest slice of life with romance.
Her bust is near-totally exposed from top to bottom – and as if that’s not enough, she’s apparently kicking off a skirt as well, implying that she likely also threw her top somewhere to unveil this audacious top. On another note, a point of curiosity is how exactly her waist, which isn’t pictured unfortunately, looks in her bikini bottom especially considering the upper-half is indeed awfully gratuitous in its services.
Whilst degradation of a character is never laudable, admittedly this is a bittersweet piece – as likely, it will sell immensely well, for reasons all so clear, and it is admittedly appealing despite the abandonment of well-meaning.