Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War Rangiku Figure Is Having a Drink
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Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War Rangiku Figure Is Having a Drink

MegaHouse announced its next Bleach figure will be of Rangiku Matsumoto as she appears in Thousand-Year Blood War. It is the latest in the GEM Series, and people in Japan will be able to pre-order it from Premium Bandai ahead of its November 2024 release.  

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Throughout the series, Rangiku is known for occasionally enjoying and partaking in sake. For this figure, she’s wearing her Gotei 13 uniform. She’s sitting on a chair holding a bowl in one hand, and an empty bottle can be positioned on the ground. As this is based on the most recently adapted arc, her hair is shorter than it was in some other parts of the story. However, she still has the pink scarf that is one of her most common accessories. The figure will cost 24,200円 (~$154).

Here is the official announcement for the upcoming Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War Rangiku figure. It included three initial images of the character from different angles. Based on the early photos, it seems like the additional empty bottle may be able to be posed to someone’s liking. 

This isn’t the first time a Rangiku figure has been a part of MegaHouse’s GEM line. Another one appeared back in June 2022. This new one will be slightly smaller, as she apparently stands at about seven and a half inches, while the one of her using her Bankai was over nine inches tall. At this point, the older figure of her goes for about $259.99.

The GEM Bleach: The Thousand-Year Blood War Rangiku Matsumoto figure will launch in November 2024 in Japan. The latest anime adaptation is streaming on Disney+. Viz Media handles the manga outside of Japan. 

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