Madara Uchiha Nendoroid
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Naruto Shippuden Madara Uchiha Nendoroid Comes Ready for Battle Later This Year

Good Smile Company revealed a new Nendoroid based on Madara Uchiha from Naruto Shippuden. This figure comes with various weapons and different faces for the Sharingan and Rinnegan eyes. It will cost ¥7,500 for buyers in Japan, with a release date set for September 2023. People in North America can pre-order it for $53.99, and it will start shipping there in Q4 2023.

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This new Nendoroid from the Naruto series presents one of the Konohagakure founders with three different face plates. One features the Eternal Mangekyo Sharingan looking just like when he obtained it. The other two show the Sharingan and Rinnegan eyes after being called back with the Edo Tensei.

As for the accessories, Madara will come with his Gunbai fan and scythe to recreate his iconic fighting look. There’s also a special round base with the Eternal Mangekyo Sharingan design as a bonus for people pre-ordering from the Good Smile Online Shop.

You can check out the Madara Uchiha Nendoroid and its accessories on the Good Smile Company site or here below.

With this announcement, Madara Uchiha joins a large selection of Nendoroid figures based on characters from Naruto Shippuden. Previously, Good Smile Company also released Nendoroids for a Sage of the Six Paths version of Naruto and an Anbu version of Kakashi, among many other relevant characters from the series.

The Madara Uchiha Nendoroid will launch in September 2023 in Japan. Shipping for North America is planned for Q4 2023. Pre-orders will be open until July 6, 2023.

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