Girls und Panzer der Film Figma Action Figure 2-Pack Maho Nishizumi & Erika Itsumi 13 cm

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From the popular anime film ‘Girls und Panzer der Film’ comes a set of two figma – Kuromorimine Girls High’s commander Maho Nishizumi as well as the sub-commander Erika Itsumi!

From the popular anime film ‘Girls und Panzer der Film’ comes a set of two figma – Kuromorimine Girls High’s commander Maho Nishizumi as well as the sub-commander Erika Itsumi!

Weight550 g
Brand

Girls und Panzer

Manufacturer

Max Factory

EAN

4545784064665

Box Dimensions

n/a

Box Type

Window box

Number Figures In Box

1

Scale

n/a

Character Name

2-Pack Maho Nishizumi & Erika Itsumi

Size

13 cm

Max Factory

The figma (フィグマ) series is a Japanese action figure line produced by Max Factory and distributed by Good Smile Company. The product series is developed by the CEO of Max Factory, MAX Watanabe, as well as Masaki Apsy, and focuses on creating highly articulated hand-sized figures with a focus on popular anime characters. Each figma is sold with various accessories such as exchangeable faces, hands and other optional parts. Occasionally figma figures are based on other subjects such as characters from the Japanese voice synthesizing software, Vocaloid, the well-known Touhou game series and other popular Nintendo game series such as The Legend of Zelda and theMetroid series. There have also been a few figma figures based on real people, such as a figma of Michael Jackson from his “Thriller” music video.

Read more about Max Factory here or visit their official website.