Kotobukiya Annouces Plans for Attending Lucca Comics & Games 2007

Tokyo, Japan October 31, 2007 – Kotobukiya announces they will be attending LUCCA COMICS & GAMES 2007 in Italy. This will be Kotobukiya's third time exhibiting at the world famous Italian gaming and fantasy festival.

Kotobukiya will be presenting some of their hottest new products including HALO3 and Final Fantasy 7 ADVENT CHILDREN PLAY ARTS series at their booth. Inside the booth, visitors will be able to enjoy the product display while they see a special trailer of related products.
Right next to the display booth will be a KOTOBUKIYA SHOP with an amazing selection of products that you may not find at your local comic book store! Visitors will be able to buy their favorite statue, plastic model kit, or action figure at the KOTOBUKIYA SHOP.

Kotobukiya will also be handing out special catalogues designed for LUCCA with wealth of upcoming and recommended items. Be sure to pick one up if you are on the way!

Kotobukiya will be attending the miraculous event from the opening day of November 1st running through November 4th.Product exhibition booth and shop will be located right next to each other at the COMICS, S.MARTINO, STAND #C96. For more information about Kotobukiya, please visit www.kotous.com!

About Kotobukiya:
With over 50 years experience in the toy industry, Kotobukiya has grown into Japan's number one collector toy company, with a peerless reputation for quality and craftsmanship. Many international fans first learned of Kotobukiya from the famous line of Final Fantasy merchandise, and more recently, collectors have been thrilled by Kotobukiya's high end line of Star Wars and Batman ARTFX Statues. Kotobukiya is always striving to further improve the material, detail, and design of all products. Kotobukiya continues to attract the attention of not only top artistic talents, but also the favor of publishers and licensors who wish to work with only the best the toy and collectibles industry has to offer.

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