Preview: figma Griffith (Berserk)
Scheduled for release in July 2012…
Kentaro Miura’s classic fantasy series Berserk has kept fans entertained for decades. In celebration of the upcoming Berserk Movie Trilogy, Max Factory is following the release of their Guts figma with a Griffith figma. The charismatic leader of the “Band of the Hawk”, Griffith is constructed of painted ABS & PVC, and stands approximately 155mm in height. He is dressed in full armor, and is reproduced in remarkable detail–the sheen on that armor could pass for real chrome! Luckily, Max Factory has announced that the armor on this figure is very flexible, so posing will not be an issue.
Figma figures have joints, which allow them to move into different positions. In general, they tend to come with extra parts and accessories that can be interchanged. For example, the heads are usually replaceable with a different face, so you can give Griffith your favorite expression from the anime.
Starting July, 2012, Griffith will be retailing at an average price of $45USD (¥3,725). This is very reasonable, given the rarity of “stone-cold badass” male figurine releases.
Pre-order while you can to avoid paying three-times as much later@:
——Description from Manufacturer——
• Using the smooth yet poseable joints of figma, you can act out a variety of different scenes.
• A flexible plastic is used for specific areas, which allows proportions to be kept without compromising posability.
• He comes with a standard expression, as well as a confident expression, keeping an eye on his opponent.
• His sabre is included, which can be sheathed away or equipped for battle. His helmet is also included and can equipped.
• A cloth mantle is also included which can be attached and removed.
• A poseable figma stand is included, which allows various poses to be taken.
Posted on March 23, 2012, in Figures and tagged Band of the Hawk, berserk collection, Berserk figure, berserk movie 2012, Berserk movie trilogy, figma griffith, figure figma, griffith berserk, griffith figure, max factory. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.