Mikasa Ackerman (Renewal Package Variant)
The Kotobukiya ARTFX J series charges forward! From the popular anime series “Attack on Titan”, the main heroine of the series, Mikasa Ackerman, joins the ARTFX J lineup in an all-new renewal package variant.
The Mikasa figure is sculpted in a dynamic pose that evokes the image of a battle in the forest! Mikasa can be seen turning around while holding her ultrahard blade high in the air, reminiscent of a scene where she quickly leaps around during a battle against a Titan. Her sharp eyes and dignified expression, typical of Mikasa, are a major highlight of this figure.
The anime figure of Mikasa is of course detailed, but the vertical maneuvering equipment has also been sculpted in such fine detail that each component of the maneuvering equipment does not lose any essence of its machine-like look.
In addition, every element of the large tree that serves as the base of the figure has also been finely sculpted. From the patterns of the bark to slash marks left across the trunk itself. This figure features a removable cape, so it is possible to display this Attack on Titan collectible in two different styles.
Mikasa Ackerman (Renewal Package Variant) - 1:8 Scale ARTFX J - Attack on Titan
- Attack on Titan
- Mikasa Ackerman
- Anime Action Adventure
- Taketo Ogasawara (Sculpt)
- Product Size
- Height: 13.78" (35 cm) *
- Box Size
Height: 6.75" (17.1 cm)
Width: 8.25" (21 cm)
Depth: 12.50" (31.7 cm) *
- Shipping Weight
- 2.02 lbs (0.9 kg) *
* Size and weight are approx. values
©Hajime Isayama,Kodansha/"ATTACK ON TITAN"Production Committee. All Rights Reserved.
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This statue is utterly fantastic. The amount of detail and precision that went into this piece is amazing. From the cape that flows in the wind to the scars on the tree trunk. The head sculpt is a on point for this figure as it looks like she was ripped right from the show.
The one complaint I have that other have is the peg for the tree branch where Mikasa slots doesn't slot well at all. On my piece, a small portion of the peg is showing and it was quite difficult to figure out how to assemble the figure. I would highly recommend watching a tutorial on Youtube to save yourself from getting too frustrated.
Overall, even with these minor inconveniences, I would highly recommend picking up this statue and this is definitely a piece that any Attack on Titan fan should add to their collection.