FiguartsZERO One Piece Extra Battle Eustass Kid (Battle of Monsters on Onigashima)
From the Wano Country arc of One Piece comes Eustass Kid as seen in the Battle of Monsters on Onigashima. This oversized figure posed in mid- "Punk Gibson" attack with its giant metal arm has to be seen to be believed and can be enjoyed being viewed from all directions.
14 inches (35.56cm)
Made of ABS and PVC
From the One Piece anime series
Eustass Kid figure
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About the Character
Eustass Kid, also known as "Captain" Kid, is a character from the manga and anime series One Piece. He is a notorious pirate captain and one of the Eleven Supernovas, a group of powerful rookie pirates with bounties over 100 million berries. Kid is recognized for his distinctive appearance, sporting wild red hair, a mechanical arm, and numerous metal accessories. He possesses a powerful Paramecia-type Devil Fruit called the "Magnet-Magnet Fruit," which grants him the ability to manipulate and control metal objects at will. Kid is known for his brutal and ruthless nature, often resorting to extreme violence and destructive acts to achieve his goals. He dreams of becoming the Pirate King and ruling over the New World. Kid's pirate crew, the Kid Pirates, is feared by many due to their notorious reputation.
About the Company
Bandai is a Japanese toy and video game company that has been in operation since 1950. They are known for creating a wide range of products, including action figures, model kits, and collectibles. Bandai has a strong focus on popular anime and manga franchises, producing toys and merchandise for series such as Dragon Ball, Gundam, and Sailor Moon. They also have a presence in the video game industry, developing and publishing games for consoles and mobile devices. In addition to their toy and gaming products, Bandai has also expanded into other areas such as apparel, food, and health supplements. With a long history of quality and innovation, Bandai remains a major player in the Japanese entertainment industry.