Spiritale My Hero Academia Himiko Ochako

New Spiritale My Hero Academia Himiko and Ochako Figures Revealed

Two new figures of Himiko Toga and Ochako Uraraka from My Hero Academia will join Taito’s Spiritale line. Work-in-progress images of the two figures were revealed at the company’s Wonder Festival 2021 Online event. The presentation also featured various other figures from series such as Atelier Ryza and Re: Zero, as well as a birthday figure of Hatsune Miku. There is currently no confirmed release date or price for the new figures.

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Himiko is in her villain attire from the anime and manga. She is sitting on a pile of destroyed stuffed animals, toys, and snacks. Her design is based on the cover of chapter 227 of the My Hero Academia manga.

Ochako is levitating in mid-air through the use of her Zero Gravity quirk. Similarly, she wears her official hero costume. Rubble will serve as the figure’s stand.

Both Himiko and Ochako will be scale figures, though the reveal doesn’t specify at what scale they will be. As the two figures are in development, they are currently unpainted and do not represent the final product. Taito stated that further information about the two figures will be announced at a later date.

You can get a better look at the two Spiritale My Hero Academia Himiko and Ochako figures below:

In other My Hero Academia merchandise news, Good Smile Company is also selling a Pop Up Parade figure of Himiko Toga. Pre-orders are currently open. If you’re looking for something in a higher price range, Takara Tomy’s new figure brand S-Fire also debuted with two figures of Deku and Bakugo. The S-Fire figures will come with a special augmented reality smartphone app that adds visual effects.

The Spiritale My Hero Academia Himiko and Ochako figures are currently in development. There is currently no confirmed release date, region, or price.


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