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“I’ve got my own responsibilities, so I won’t fall!”
Sideshow and HEX Collectibles present the Namikaze Minato Master Museum Statue in 1:4 scale from Naruto Shippuden. The statue measures 25.6" tall and features Minato in his glory days. For his performance during the Third Great Ninja War, Minato is renowned as Yellow Flash of the Leaf and chosen to become the Fourth Hokage.
Minato wears his iconic white hori sculpted with dynamic, windswept movement. He holds a Flying Thunder God kunai in the right hand straight ahead standing on the crushed stones, and gathers chakra in his left palm forming the powerful Rasengan. This well-picked posture presents the dynamic feeling to the character perfectly. The round pedestal is fully sculpted with the pattern of Eight Signed Seal and textures of the Nine Tails’ body, implying the close connection between Minato and Kurama. Green moss, scattered leaves, and Kunai are interspersed on the trunk, branches, and gravel. All the details are added to the whole statue with a sense of realism.
Just like the brand concept of HEX Collectibles, our team has always looked at ways to push the boundary on design and capture the essence of each character we love. HEX Collectibles will continue to bring beloved characters to life with the distinguished dynamic design style.
Naruto Shippuden fans, don't miss your chance to add this Minato statue to your collection!
- Yellow Flash of the Leaf - 1:4 Scale - Master Museum Statue
The Namikaze Minato Statue features:
* Size and weight are approx. values
Oversized Item: The shipping cost will be calculated on dimensional weight rather than product weight for this item due to its oversized dimensions.
Item shown is a prototype. When shipped, the final production piece may differ in appearance.
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