Ultimate Pink 256x
Undoubtedly the ultimate historically designed corset in our collection, the Bollego pattern has been created with the full, curvatious lines of the late 1800's in mind. Utilizing a separate belt panel to hold the curve of the corset in place, maximising the fullness of the bust and hip is this patterns top priority. The finished garment is fully boned and features vertical cord piping to boost its aesthetic appeal, as well as to further smooth the silhouette, and this makes the Bollego the perfect addition to any corset enthusiasts collection. Our sample is constructed from satin, with an additional layer of Devoré felt polka-dot-net on the front panels.
ultimate pink 256x
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Sakurai intended Kirby to be pink when he conceived his character. However, some people on the staff team thought that Kirby was supposed to be white (due to the Game Boy's monochrome visuals) or yellow (similarly to Pac-Man). While the Japanese box art and artwork depicts Kirby as pink, as Sakurai had wanted, his artwork for the American release of Kirby's Dream Land, including the cartridge label, box art, instruction booklet, and television advertisement, was white, basing it on his sprite's appearance on the Game Boy screen. This only happened to Kirby's Dream Land as the confusion was cleared up before Kirby's Adventure was released as a direct sequel.
Kirby is a small pink spherical creature with two stubby arms, two red feet and two oval-shaped eyes with black pupils (with a faint shade of blue at the bottom starting with Kirby Super Star, which was brightened in later appearances). Kirby's cheek-blushes weren't introduced until his second game, Kirby's Adventure, where they appeared as two black whisker lines in artwork. In subsequent games until Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards, they were depicted as three red diagonal lines in artwork, although they were usually always solid red ovals in-game (except Kirby's Dream Land 2, where they were missing from his sprite).
King Dedede is a lot more hostile to Kirby in Kirby: Right Back at Ya!. In the majority of the episodes, he tolerates Kirby's presence in his castle with Tiff, Tuff, Sir Ebrum, and Lady Like, but never ceases to think about new ways to get rid of the pink puff. It was not until near the end of the series in D'Preciation Day, when he reveals that he has the same respect he has for Kirby in the games. He weeps when the Cappies make him think he really killed Kirby by going too far with his schemes, and is more relieved than furious when it turns out to be a trick (and reveals he enjoys their one-sided rivalry).
Meta Knight's interactions with Kirby were often unpredictable. In Kirby's Adventure and Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land, he appears to want to stop Kirby as much as everybody else since King Dedede had entrusted him with a piece of the Star Rod, and sends his Meta-Knights every now and then against Kirby, but sometimes tosses him a rare Invincibility Candy instead. Usually, Meta Knight's motivations are ultimately for the betterment of Dream Land when the plot becomes clear at the end, but sometimes still brings Kirby and himself into conflict with each other since Meta Knight does not tend to explain himself. While Kirby ends up fighting Meta Knight for whatever reason, the knight often tosses him a sword to arm himself with beforehand to show that he fights fairly.
In Kirby: Right Back at Ya!, Meta Knight is a Star Warrior like Kirby, and his goal is to guide the pink puff towards mastery of his abilities so the two of them can confront Nightmare one day. In fact, Meta Knight became King Dedede's servant after the great war against Nightmare so he can secretly build the Halberd and wait for a young Star Warrior to come by. Sometimes Dedede orders him to fight Kirby, and he does, if only to test the limits of Kirby's skill. His methods can be harsh, as pointed out by Tiff, but since it is the only instance of Star Warrior training, it is not known whether all of them train using such methods, which are arguably effective.
While King Dedede was shown to hold a strong grudge against Kirby in Revenge of the King, expressing his annoyance by calling Kirby a "cursed pink lump" and growing angrier as he progressed throughout the final stage, Bandana Waddle Dee mainly appeared to be working in loyalty to the king, and didn't appear to be motivated by a particular disdain for Kirby. As a result, in subsequent installments, Bandana Waddle Dee was able to develop a much quicker friendship with Kirby than Dedede did. In Kirby Mass Attack's Strato Patrol EOS sub-game, Bandana Waddle Dee's first appearance after Kirby Super Star Ultra, he is seen cheering during the fight with Meta Knight, possibly in favor of Kirby. He happily joins Kirby in helping Magolor without hesitance during the events of Kirby's Return to Dream Land. Throughout Kirby Triple Deluxe and Kirby Planet Robobot, he aids and follows Kirby throughout his journeys, throwing Assist Stars. Bandana Waddle Dee also joins Kirby in his adventure in Kirby and the Rainbow Curse, in which his figurine description calls him a "faithful companion" to Kirby. In Kirby Battle Royale, Bandana Waddle Dee decides to team up with Kirby in The Cake Royale, staying by his side throughout the entire tournament, even aiding Kirby in defeating the Dededestroyer Z, despite his previous devotion to King Dedede. In Kirby and the Forgotten Land, Bandana Waddle Dee joins Kirby's quest to save the other Waddle Dees and later Elfilin. 041b061a72