Good Smile Attack on Titan: Levi Nendoroid Figure
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In the original NES game, Kirby’s Dream Land (1992), the game’s creator Masahiro Sakurai created the Kirby sprite as a placeholder until the design was finalized. This is not an uncommon practice. Tokyo Ghoul is a manga series by the writer and illustrator Sui Ishida about the cold yet kind investigator Sasaki Haise, the figure shown here in this Nendoroid. Tokyo Ghoul:re is the sequel manga published through Weekly Young Jump over a series of 16 volumes and eventually became a famous anime. I like the hair sculpt because it closely mimics the anime’s design but has more texture, so it looks more natural. It also has more details and visible strands compared to the other Nendoroids
Nendoroid Levi - 株式会社グッドスマイルカンパニー
This Nendoroid is the only figure with accurate depictions of the Pure and Abnormal Titans. One of the Titan accessories can even move its mouthThe Armored Huke MK2 Nendoroid is based on the costume Huke wore to a Wonder Festival Event. The figure is a gold man made of boxes and had a companion Nendoroid that was a cheerleading Puchitto with blue pompoms. That one had more examples created though. The Armored Huke MK2 is one-of-a-kind. Did you know?
Attack on Titan Nendoroid Levi - Figures from Gamersheek
I’m happy with the faceplates that GSC chose for this Nendoroid. They accurately portray Levi’s tough and nonchalant side that’s commonly shown in the anime The Sasaki Haise Nendoroid jumps straight out of the Tokyo Ghoul:re anime to bring the kindly investigator to your toy shelf. This toy comes with three faces to swap out for three expressions, including a smile, intense fighting expression, and a default face. Release Date 2021/11 Specifications Painted ABS&PVC non-scale articulated figure with stand included. Approximately 100mm in height. Sculptor Ito Ryou-ichi Cooperation Nendoron Release Info Originally released in June 2014 with a rerelease in January 2018 and November 2021.Due to its size and weight, it’s the only Jean figure you can use to recreate the character’s fighting scenes, especially when it’s jumping from building to building However, what is unusual is that Sakurai ended up getting so attached to the little guy that he kept the placeholder in the final game, and that became Kirby! The direction of Levi’s scar on its mouth is misaligned. It’s supposed to be a single continuous line that starts from the right side of his forehead and ends near the middle of his chin, not two separate lines