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MegaHouse Unveils Prototype Naruto Shippuden Itachi and Sakura Figures

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MegaHouse Naruto Shippuden Itachi Sakura Figures

MegaHouse has revealed new images and information about two upcoming Naruto Shippuden figures, including a Susano’o version of Itachi Uchiha as well as Sakura Haruno. The Itachi Uchiha figure will come with an LED base stand and cost around $365 (¥41,250), releasing sometime in August 2022. The Sakura figure does not have a confirmed release date or price.

The Itachi figure is part of the company’s Precious G.E.M line of figures. Including the base stand, the figure has an approximate height of 380mm (about 14 inches). It features Itachi Uchiha standing in the palm of his Susano’o from the Naruto Shippuden series.

Images of a prototype figure are available to view on the official MegaHouse website. Additionally, MegaHouse also released a 360-degree video that provides a close up view of the figure from all angles. However, there is no information on what the activated LED stand will look like.

Secondly, the Sakura figure is the third Sakura Haruno figure in the Naruto GALS figure line. Standing at approximately 270mm tall (about 10 inches) and 280mm wide, the figure features a base with large effect pieces. Similarly, an image of the figure is available on the MegaHouse website.

You can get a better look at both figures in the screenshots and video below:


 
Both figures debuted at MegaHouse’s MegaHobby Expo 2021. The company also showcased various figures from other popular anime and video game franchises. This includes several new prototype figures from Neon Genesis Evangelion, as well as prototypes of Joker and Arsene from Persona 5 Royal.

The MegaHouse Naruto Shippuden Susano’o Itachi and Sakura figures are in development. The Itachi figure will cost ¥41,250 (about $365), and release sometime in August 2022. The Sakura figure does not have a confirmed release date or price.

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