Finally the day is upon us, the mask is taken off…Figurama Collectors has given us the full reveal of their brutally awesome Tokyo Ghoul statue, the first in a new series called Elite Fandom, for the hardcore anime fan!
This 1/6 scale statue features the epic final battle between Ken Kaneki and “Jason”…check out the action in the video below:
Did that fight scene whet your appetite for more? Maybe watch it again…go ahead, we’ll wait.
Done? You watched it three more times, didn’t you? That’s ok, because now you will see how many details from the series Figurama has packed into this epic statue. The torture chair, the blood bucket, the centipede, Kaneki’s black toenails, flickering LED light-up feature…they’re all here to form the ultimate collectible for Ghoul fans. Each character has two portraits, and if you’re like us and cannot decide which ones you like best, Figurama has included two separate 1/6 scale mini-bust stands to display the ones you are not using!
Everything you need to know about the statue is in Figurama’s official press release below:
FIGURAMA COLLECTORS UNCHAINS KANEKI FOR THE ULTIMATE SHOWDOWN WITH JASON
TOKYO, JAPAN – August 7th, 2018 – The first statue in Figurama’s Elite Fandom line captures Tokyo Ghoul’s season finale showdown between half-ghoul Kaneki and his deranged tormentor, 13th Ward’s Jason. Rearing 63cm (over 24in) high on the newly-spawned fourth tentacle of his crimson kagune, Kaneki hovers 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.
Conceptualized by Daniel Kamarudin and masterfully sculpted by Daniel Simon with support from the award-winning artist, Keita Okada, Figurama’s Kaneki vs Jason diorama encompasses the extent of Tokyo Ghoul lore, taking inspiration from the anime’s visceral adrenaline with touches of the manga’s anatomical realism and finely-etched details.
Sold in a highly-limited, 600-piece release, Figurama’s exclusive Tokyo Ghoul diorama 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.
Fans can expect an estimated Q2 2019 release, with pre-orders going live on August 19th for $725.00. Monthly payment plans available.
Character: Ken Kaneki and Yakumo “Jason” Oomori
License: Sui Ishida/Shueisha
Type: Elite Fandom
Size: H 63cm (24.8in) x W 44cm (17.3in) x D 35cm (13.8in)
Materials: Polystone, ABS
Coloring: Hand Painted
Edition Size: 600 pcs worldwide
Release Date: Q2 2019
David Simon with support from Keita Okada
Pre-order: 19th of August 11pm Japan Time
ABOUT FIGURAMA COLLECTORS: Figurama Collectors is a premium scale figures manufacturer and designer company that brings the world’s most iconic superheroes and anime characters to life. A coalition of concept artists, 3-D modelers, and sculptors have assembled to hand-produce rare figures from beloved anime, manga, and comic book stories. Figurama caters to enthusiastic collectors, delivering limited-run pieces of art that are destined to become prized showpieces.