Next up is Keiko, who is doing a side kick to her left. She is the only girl to be wearing a headband. Her pose is more aggressive than Mikako's.
Third in line is Koumei. She is performing a right handed punch to her front. In keeping with the Mangaesque feel of these figures, she has huge eyes. Yes, I know it's not realistic but it is entirely in keeping with the genre.
In the centre of the group is Sousou. She is performing an overhead block with her left arm. She is in a nice defensive pose.
The penultimate figure in line is Tsukushi and she appears to be dancing with her katana held aloft in a one-handed grip. Perhaps she is taunting her opponent to come and have a go if he thinks he's hard enough!
Last in line is Sakura. She is different to the other girls in that she has dyed her hair purple. I did this to make her stand out as the group's leader. She holds her katana in a one-handed grip in a defensive posture.
They are indeed a sexy group of figures, with their very short mini-skirts and panties on display but if you know anything about Japanese Manga comics and films, you'll know that these are entirely in keeping with the genre. I think they are very well sculpted and very well posed. I could easily see them doing well against a horde of zombies, smashing skulls with feet and fists and decapitating zeds with their katanas.
These seven figures come from set 100FAN03 Kung Fu Schoolgirls, which can be found in the Eureka Miniatures 28mm scale fantasy figures section of their website. They retail for AU$18.00 for all seven figures. In case you are worried about ordering all the way from Australia may I just reassure you not to. I received my figures two weeks after placing my order and I have found Eureka Miniatures to be very reliable in my dealings with them. Note that they are true 28mm scale, although they do look small compared to some other figure ranges. Being schoolgirls, this should not be a problem. Next time I'll review their follow up set, Kung Fu Schoolgirls with Guns.