Kotobukiya ARTFX J Japan Trigun Badlands Rumble Vash Statue Figure

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  • Sold Date: May 28,2013
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Template By Froo! Kotobukiya ARTFX J Japan Trigun Badlands Rumble Vash Statue Figure The next new addition to the ARTFXJ lineup (a bold new expansion designed "to bring classic Japanese characters to their fans worldwide") is one of the most popular franchises and characters of all time. 2010 brought a new reboot of the classic anime and manga Trigun with the hit feature film Badlands Rumble. Leaping straight out of that movie is the main character, the Humanoid Typhoon VASH THE STAMPEDE! A powerful "Plant" with a name longer than anyone can remember, Vash travels the world of Gunsmoke righting wrongs and generally acting silly. The pacifist gunman joins the ARTFXJ lineup in a powerful presentation featuring a sculpt that was produced from start to finish under the supervision of Yasuhiro Nightow, creator of Trigun! Vash stands with his legs spread wide, turned sideways to present as narrow a target as possible as he aims his iconic revolver. Matching his look from the anime the Plant is tall and lanky with thin limbs, and he wears his intricate studded pants and huge flowing red trench coat. Incredible sculpted detailing and bright, bold painting bring Vash to life like never before, and you can even display him with or without his removable glasses! As an added bonus, Vash even comes with the little black cat Kuroneko-sama. Sculpted by Tatsuya Hattori, Vash stands nearly 7 ½ inches tall (1/8 scale) on an included display base. Get him while you can; the ultra-popular gunman won't be around for long and will be even more in demand with the upcoming Nicholas D. Wolfwood ARTFXJ statue!
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