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Tokyo Ghoul - Kaneki Ken - Color Tops: Green Wave #20 (McFarlane Toys)Tokyo Ghoul - Kaneki Ken - Color Tops: Green Wave #20 (McFarlane Toys)

Tokyo Ghoul - Kaneki Ken - Color Tops: Green Wave #20 (McFarlane Toys)
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Échelle & Dimensions
H=175mm (6.83in)
Date de sortie
06/2017 En tant que Standard
Japonais20,902 vues • 68 commentaires5 favoris

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Price : 19.99USD
Info: mcfarlane.com/t...

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I don't recommend buying this figure. It's cheap compared to scale figures, but it has more flaws. He is adjustable with the only things being the arms. His kagane can only go to specific spots on his back, they're adjustable. The kagane is heavy so getting the figure to stand still is an eyesore. You're left with just putting it in the back of your shelf so the back supports the figure. If the base was bigger and supported the figure more it wouldn't be an issue. In general, it's not really worth the money. If you're a Tokyo Ghoul fan buy it for your own convenience.
Il y a 8 jours
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In stock @ Solaris Japan

Brand New for ¥0
└ At our shop you are always a ★
Pre Owned for ¥0
└ Check product page for item condition.
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In stock @ Figuya (29.90€)
direct link: figuya.com/en/p...
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AshuriiKareshi (Il y a 1 an) #29436454If you look up some reviews of the figure on YouTube he is moveable. It looks like he has joints in his shoulders and you can move his arms and legs around (where the clothing ends) but no joints in his knees or elbows from what I can tell (I didnt watch the video for very long and skipped parts so I could be wrong). So he is kind of an action figure but lots of limitations. Which is probably why most people have him displayed in the same way, you can't unbend his arms. Best way to describe it is like how a standard nendoroid is an action figure despite the limitations (and this obviously has more limitations then a nendoroid).
But I guess he's still classed as an action figure because he's not completely static like a normal prepainted figure is. If that makes sense XD


Ah ok...I didn't even notice that at all! Well that makes sense, and yeah not as action-like as one would expect, but that would certainly qualify... LOL, thanks for pointing that out!
Il y a 1 an
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Stacycmc (Il y a 1 an) #29436215Well I know a lot of McFarlane toys are action figures...but this one definitely looked like a static figure. Even in some of the user pics it didn't really look pose-able (but maybe I didn't look good enough). If they do add joints later, that would make sense though....but it just didn't seem like it was pose-able from any of the pics I've seen so far... Oh well, was just curious if there's some other "requirement" for action dolls that I was unaware of...that would make them not that 'actiony' or something....lol. Thanks for the response though!

If you look up some reviews of the figure on YouTube he is moveable. It looks like he has joints in his shoulders and you can move his arms and legs around (where the clothing ends) but no joints in his knees or elbows from what I can tell (I didnt watch the video for very long and skipped parts so I could be wrong). So he is kind of an action figure but lots of limitations. Which is probably why most people have him displayed in the same way, you can't unbend his arms. Best way to describe it is like how a standard nendoroid is an action figure despite the limitations (and this obviously has more limitations then a nendoroid).

But I guess he's still classed as an action figure because he's not completely static like a normal prepainted figure is. If that makes sense XD
Il y a 1 an
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AshuriiKareshi (Il y a 1 an) #29436004I dont own this so I'm not 100% sure how true it is but I heard they make the figures static then add in the joints after. So most of the product shots look static. If you look at the company's other figures they're the same, they look static but actually have joints.
But as I said im not 100% sure as I've never actually bought any of their figures before -.-


Well I know a lot of McFarlane toys are action figures...but this one definitely looked like a static figure. Even in some of the user pics it didn't really look pose-able (but maybe I didn't look good enough). If they do add joints later, that would make sense though....but it just didn't seem like it was pose-able from any of the pics I've seen so far... Oh well, was just curious if there's some other "requirement" for action dolls that I was unaware of...that would make them not that 'actiony' or something....lol. Thanks for the response though!
Il y a 1 an
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Stacycmc (Il y a 1 an) #29420246Why is this classified as an action doll? It's a static figure, correct?

I dont own this so I'm not 100% sure how true it is but I heard they make the figures static then add in the joints after. So most of the product shots look static. If you look at the company's other figures they're the same, they look static but actually have joints.

But as I said im not 100% sure as I've never actually bought any of their figures before -.-
Il y a 1 an
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Why is this classified as an action doll? It's a static figure, correct?
Il y a 1 an
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DBZRuss25 (Il y a 1 an) #22801351I am keeping mine sealed and I love it
I was gonna keep mine sealed but decided to take him out to display on my kaneki shelf. Displayed without the tentacles tho :3
Il y a 1 an
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I am keeping mine sealed and I love it MajesticCow (Il y a 1 an) #22458692I got him and it's a delight to look at.
Il y a 1 an
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