Demon Slayer Nezuko Big Size Figure Pre-Orders Open

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Pre-orders have opened for a Big Size Figure of Nezuko from Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba. This figure will be a total of 44cm tall and will come with the box she is carried in, as seen in the series. The Demon Slayer Big Size Figure will cost ¥399,300, or roughly $3,634. Pre-orders are currently open and will close on July 15, 2021. The figure is expected to ship in January 2022. [Thanks, Famitsu!]

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Only one figure can be purchased per-customer, with the figure itself being a made-to-order product. Additionally, those who wish to purchase the Big Size Figure Nezuko can only purchase this item individually from other merchandise they may have in their cart. Lastly, if you have purchased the figure you will not be able to cancel your order.

The retailer mentions that the release date for the Nezuko Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Big Size Figure is subject to change, however. Additionally, even if the release date for the figure is changed consumers will not be able to cancel their purchase.

Aniplex recently announced the production of another Nezuko figure. However, this figure is much smaller but more dynamic in its pose. This figure features Nezuko using her Exploding Blood technique and is currently available to pre-order.

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