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Tamashii Nations Meisho Manga Realization Kabukimono Deadpool Figure: Samuraipool

by Shane McGlaun
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I’m a Deadpool fan and have often thought I’d like to see him turn up in other films like The Last Samurai or shows like The Walking Dead. I mean, Deadpool would be great at fighting feudal warlords and slicing the heads off zombies with those swords. If you ever though Deadpool would make a good samurai, you can live that dream with this action figure.

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Designed by Takayuki Takeya, the Tamashii Nations Meisho Manga Realization Kabukimono Deadpool action figure is here to kick some serious ass. It has a super long name, but the action figure is very cool. The 8″ tall Deadpool has the swords on his back we know and love, as well as a pair of muskets on his sides.

You get four arms, two katanas, two guns, two weapon holsters, and three interchangeable eye parts, including two eyes that look like hearts. I don’t think Deadpool would like feudal Japan; they didn’t have chimichangas. Maybe he could change to spring rolls. You can grab the figure over on Amazon for just about $60.



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