Inside Naruto, Masashi Kishimoto's ninja masterpiece, the author showed us a series of extremely powerful attacks, some of which are downright extraordinary even on a visual level. One of them is without a doubt Sasuke's ace up his sleeve, the Kirin.

Kirin's origins are rooted in mythology, a tradition Kishimoto often borrowed elements from to enrich his jewel. According to some users, folklore would actually explain why Itachi survives Sasuke's deadly attackthat is, since the creature would not have found the Uchiha guilty if it fully deserved his wrathful justice.

However, Evil and XWL Studio have recently begun a collaboration to create an original scale model dedicated to Sasuke's ace up the sleeve. The character in question, which you can admire at the end of the news, comes in two variants: with the support of the Kirin or with a simpler base. The version with more details is said to be priced at around 450 euros, although the total cost will be confirmed in the coming weeks.

And you, instead, what do you think of this character created in collaboration between two companies? As usual, please let us know with a comment below.

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