Max Factory and Good Smile Company begrudgingly present Yugi Muto’s rival and Yu-Gi-Oh‘s ironic dweeb hater, Seto Kaiba.
The 6.5″-tall action figure comes with a Duel Disk, a deck of cards and a briefcase that has slots for the cards.
Max Factory captures Metal Gear Solid‘s mix of realistic military fiction with Japanese humor in this new Figma of MGS 2’s Gurlukovich Soldier. He’s dressed in full battle gear and comes with a rifle and a knife, but it also comes with a few silly accessories.
Seth MacFarlane’s foul-mouthed thunder buddy has turned into one of the more unusual action figures you’ll ever see. Max Factory’s Figma Ted is based on the character’s appearance in Ted 2. Not only does this toy have articulated eyebrows, it also comes with a beer bottle and a bong.
Goodsmile continues its run of unorthodox Figma action figures with its latest releases. They’re figures of Akira Yuki and Sarah Bryant in their hilariously awful polygonal bodies from the original Virtua Fighter.
They look ugly now, but – eh, let’s face it.
Good Smile Company must be huge fans of The Legend of Zelda. This new Figma Link, based on the Hero of Time’s appearance in 3DS adventure The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, is the toymaker’s fourth Link action figure.
What do Gundam, Groot and King David have in common? They all have action figures. Japanese toymaker Max Factory recently unveiled a Figma action figure of Michelangelo’s world famous statue, so he can join the ranks.
Save yourself from boredom while waiting for the next Legend of Zelda game (or remake) with the official Link Figma. This is an action figure of the Link that links all the other Links: the hero from The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword.