Demon Slayer: Giyu Tomioka impresses with her art in a € 250 figure

Demon Hunter It was a phenomenon last year, and the manga's 100 million run that enabled it to break the Dragon Ball and Slam Dunk records is further evidence. Because of this, an entire market for products has exploded on Demon Slayer in the past few months, with statuettes, pendants, and more thriving for now.

Today we're taking you straight into the world of Demon Slayer merchandising with one Statuette dedicated to Giyu Tomioka. The water column of the body of demon hunters was one of the first characters to appear in the anime and manga, and it immediately gave an important lesson to the protagonist Tanjiro. Very little has been seen in action in the anime, while fans of the manga who have already finished the job will know what their characteristics are.

Trained by Urokodaki Sakonji, Giyu is a natural user of water breath with which it breathes life into spectacular movements. One of them is the protagonist in the statuette created by TPA Studio for € 240. On a scale of 1: 6, 43 x 29 x 26 and equipped with LEDs, he sees the hunter on some waterways, while under the whole a scenario with a tree and a bright Japanese lantern rests. The start of the figure is planned for the last quarter of 2020 and the option to pre-order is already included.

Shinobu Kocho was also made into a statuette while a fan decided to dedicate himself to Inosuke Hashibira.

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