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Attack on Titan Nendoroid Action Figure Erwin Smith 10 cm
£52.25 when paid upfront
£55.00 when paid with deposit.
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From the anime series 'Attack on Titan' comes a Nendoroid of the commander of the Survey Corps, Erwin Smith! He comes with three face plates including a standard face, a shoutin…
From the anime series ‘Attack on Titan’ comes a Nendoroid of the commander of the Survey Corps, Erwin Smith! He comes with three face plates including a standard face, a shouting face as well as a smiling face.
Just like the previous Nendoroids in the series he comes complete with his Vertical Maneuvering Equipment, dual blades and effect parts to display him soaring through the air, which allow for amazing combat scenes. Erwin also comes with his Survey Corps cape similar to Nendoroid Levi, as well as an alternate front hair part to display him with his hair loose.
Nendoroid Levi is also scheduled for rerelease at the same time as his release, so be sure to display Commander Erwin with Levi and the other Attack on Titan Nendoroids to bring out the atmosphere in Nendoroid size!
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