The world premiere Hunter x Hunter statue by Figurama Collectors portrays the cataclysmic duelåÊbetween the two most powerful characters‰ÛÓChimera Ant King Meruem and the grand master of the Shingen-ry�Ç school of kung fu, Netero.
Having exchanged over 1,000 blows in one minute,åÊboth combatants brace for a final, decisive clash. Meruem rushes Netero with supersonic speed, deadly barbed stinger and bone-crushing hands prepped for the kill, while the 12th ChairmanåÊcounters Meruem‰۪s vicious onslaught by activating his multi-armed 100-Type GuanyinåÊBodhisattva from the rocky pinnacle of the underground tomb.
The 69.9 cm (27.5 inch)åÊbattlefield explodes in a cloud of blinding debris beneath a giant Ninety-Ninth Hand palm strike,åÊrevealing a Gungi board‰ÛÓsymbolic of the Chimera Ant Arc‰۪s emotional climax and Meruem‰۪såÊspecial connection with Komugi.
A capstone piece for your Devilman collection, this fiery 3-D representation captures the epic final fight scene between the incorruptible human hero and his inner demon.åÊ
Towering nearly 60 centimeters (about 23.5 inches) tall, this realistic statue erupts with all the emotions we felt during the apocalyptic battle between pure good and evil. The figure seems to jump right off the shelf, reminding us always that the "ability to become a Devilman is dormant in all humans." Crafted from high-density polystone and PU material and then meticulously hand-painted to depict an eerily realistic scene from the series, Devilman hovers midair with his wings spread, striking a powerful punch at Amon with all the speed and power that he possesses.åÊ
In a defensive position, the enormous red-skinned demon raises his right forearm to easily deflect the jab while readying his hairy left hand to punch back with ferocious talons drawn. Despite Devilman's seemingly upper hand, Amon's formidable features and massive muscles ripple with power as he fearlessly fights to defeat the human forever.
Rooting for Vash the Stampede is easy. This energetic Japanese character from the anime and manga series ‰ÛÏTrigun‰ shaped our childhood visions of who a real hero should be. Mischievous, goofy and perpetually flashing the peace sign, Vash goes to extreme lengths to not hurt anyone ‰ÛÓ even the endless bounty hunters chasing a $$60 billion reward, the mysterious assassins and his own brother, the monstrous Knives.
Wielding a huge silver revolver, the loveable blond-haired renegade is no ordinary human. Despite his 181 years, he looks and acts like a teenager. He has an infamous reputation for being witty and lewd, never meeting a stranger and an obsessive love of doughnuts. Unintentionally, the Humanoid Typhoon creates chaos throughout the Seven Cities as he avoids being captured or killed by his enemies.
When we discovered that it was impossible to find a figure for Vash in this detail and scale -- which he certainly deserves -- he had to become a part of our collector's shelf.
Figurama has crafted a dynamic 1:4 scale figure that depicts planet Gunsmoke's most feared outlaw dodging a barrage of bullets while directing his own deathly arsenal from the end of a modified .45 Long Colt toward the bad guys. Reaching 55 centimeters (over 21.5 inches) in height, this exquisite statue is concisely crafted from high-density polystone and some PU material for added details. Our talented sculptors produce the cleanest cuts you'll find in the figure collectibles industry, masterfully capturing Vash's signature crimson duster coat billowing in the breeze of the bullets.
The cocky personality of this imposing character, who stands over six feet 5 inches tall, is perfectly replicated from the spiky tips of his wheat-yellow hair to his funky circle sunglasses to his booty-stomping knee-high boots. This exclusive edition of Vash the Stampede also comes with switchable heads.
For the 20th anniversary of Trigun, the famous Japanese manda born in 1995 by the hands of Yasuhiro Nightow, here is Figurama presents this incredible statue of the protagonist‰Û_ the humanoid typhoon, Vash The Stampede !!åÊOver 75 cm tall and sculpted in 1: 4 scale, it represents the character in his iconic pose frozen in the moment of firing a barrage of shots from his 45 Long Colt, sculpted with absolute mastery by the famous artist David Giraud.
It is hand painted by the Three Eyes Studio with high quality paint to give depth to the statue and bring the mythical Vash to life!åÊIt will be accompanied by a golden plate created for the anniversary and which can be displayed on the base.
Tokyo Ghoul : Kaneki VS Yamori Elite Fandom Statue
The first statue in Figurama‰۪s Elite Fandom line capturesåÊTokyo Ghoul‰Û÷s season finale showdown between half-ghoul Kaneki and his deranged tormentor, 13th Ward‰۪s Jason.
Rearing 63 cm high on the newly-spawned fourth tentacle of his crimson kagune,åÊKanekiåÊhovers in midair as Jason lunges up to meet him, snarling and bearing his incomplete clawed kakuja. The cracked tile floor of Jason‰۪s torture chamber erupts with cinematic Easter Eggs as predator and prey throw themselves into combat-knocking aside trays of torture instruments, a bucket of blood, and the rusty chair that restrained Kaneki for over 10 days. A Chinese red-headed centipede scuttles past Jason‰۪s discarded mask. Most ominous of all, a single white carnation lies beneath the carnage, dyed with sanguinary flecks that foreshadow its transformation into a spider lily-and Kaneki embracing his inner ghoul.
Crafted from premium polystone and painstakingly hand-painted, the 1/6-scale spectacle hangs frozen in time over a base intricate enough to display solo. The circular stand is studded with iconic ghoul masks crafted by Uta, representing the division between the peaceful and terrorist factions of Anteiku and Aogiri. Transparent panes with flickering LED lighting highlight the masks and recreate the eerie urban tone of the anime.
Sold in a highly-limited, 600-piece release, Figurama‰۪s exclusiveåÊTokyo GhoulåÊdiorama includes optional heads for both Kaneki and Jason. As a bonus, the diorama includes two weathered stands embellished with the cryptic Tokyo Ghoul logo, so collectors can conveniently and attractively display the secondary Kaneki and Jason heads like miniature 1/6-scale busts alongside the diorama.