Demon Slayer Inosuke Figuarts Zero

Demon Slayer Inosuke Hashibira Figuarts Zero Is Ready To Slash

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Bandai Spirits revealed a Figuarts Zero figure of Inosuke Hashibira from Demon Slayer. The figure officially releases in September 2021 with a price tag of 7,480 yen (~$68.50). Pre-orders for the new figure open in Japanese stores on May 11, 2021. [Thanks, Hobby Watch!]

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The immobile figure has Inosuke floating mid-air while preparing his Beast Breathing technique. His body is supported by visual effects that add to the figure’s overall height of around 160mm (~6.3 inches). Additionally, the figure comes with an alternate head part, allowing owners to swap between Inosuke’s signature boar head mask and his own unmasked face.

Inosuke Hashibira is one of the main characters in Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba. Despite his aggressive personality, Inosuke is often seen hanging around with Zenitsu Agatsuma and the protagonist Tanjiro Kamado.

Inosuke has also been confirmed as a character on the roster of Demon Slayer: Hinokami Kepputan, an arena fighter game that will release for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC.

Bandai Spirits will release the Demon Slayer Figuarts Zero of Inosuke Hashibira in September 2021. In related news, Bandai also revealed five new chibi gashapon figures from the franchise that will appear at the end of May 2021. MegaHouse has opened pre-orders for its own Kanao Tsuyuri figure as well.

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