The manufacturing company Liberation, in cooperation with the dealer Good Smile Company, announced the launch of an official 1/4 scale figure of Lucoa (Bunny Ver.) of the franchise Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon (Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid) for the month of June 2024 in Japan and the rest of the world, depending on the retailer.
The company describes the product as follows: “From the popular manga series Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon comes a 1/4 scale figure of Lucoa, the familiar of Shota, the ancient goddess-turned-dragon, residing in the Magatsuchi house. In contrast to her outfit from the series, Lucoa is dressed up as a bunny girl on the figure. His extraordinary physique has been faithfully captured in the character. The figure is approximately 480mm tall. Lucoa’s gorgeous body and gorgeous legs covered in the signature B-Style series fishnet stockings are just two of the many visual highlights this figure offers. Welcome to your home and collection.
The product has a height of approx. 480 mm. The price is 38,500 yen (approx. US$261) plus applicable shipping costs and commissions from the retailer where the purchase is made. It can be reserved at Good Smile Company between September 7th and November 2nd of this year.
Summary of “Chi no Maid Dragon” by Kobayashi-san
As Kobayashi leaves for another day’s work, she opens the door to her apartment to find an unusually terrifying sight: a dragon’s head looking down at her from the balcony. The dragon instantly transforms into a beautiful, busty, and energetic young woman dressed in a maid outfit who introduces herself as Tohru. As it turned out, the stoic programmer had encountered the dragon the night before on a boozy hike through the mountains, and since the mythical beast had nowhere else to go, she’d offered the creature a place to stay in her home. Therefore, Tohru took advantage of the offer and was willing to repay her Savior’s kindness by working as her personal servant. Although he deeply regrets his words and is reluctant to keep his promise, a mixture of guilt and Tohru’s incredible dragon skills convinces Kobayashi to take the girl in.
Although she is extremely efficient at her job, the maid’s unorthodox housekeeping methods often frighten Kobayashi and sometimes bring her more trouble than help. In addition, the circumstances of the dragon’s arrival on Earth appear to be much more complicated than they first appear, as Tohru is burdened with heavy emotions and painful memories. As if that wasn’t enough, Tohru’s presence eventually lures other mythical beings to their new homes as well, leading to the emergence of a variety of eccentric personalities. Though Kobayashi is doing her best to deal with the crazy situation she’s in, nothing prepared her for this new life with a dragon maiden.