Next Naruto Shippuden Nendoroid Is Shisui Uchiha
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Next Naruto Shippuden Nendoroid Is Shisui Uchiha

A new Naruto Shippuden figure is on the way from Good Smile Company, as a Shisui Uchiha Nendoroid is in the works. He will cost ¥6,200 in Japan and launch in September 2024, while the US storefront says it is $37.99 and will launch worldwide in Q1 2025.

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Editor’s Note: The official Good Smile Company photos of the Shisui Uchiha Nendoroid include Naruto Shippuden spoilers.

Shisui only comes with two face plates. This is unusual, as most include three. One features him with a stoic expression and his eyes open. The other features both eyes closed and bleeding. He also can be equipped with a kunai and wear a sheathed sword. Various arm parts included, including one of his hand holding the very important object he entrusted to Itachi. 

Here’s the full gallery showing the photos of the Nendoroid Good Smile Company shared with us. The final shot displays Shisui with the Anbu version of the Itachi Nendoroid to recreate the major scene between the two from the series.

Good Smile Company is also offering a special stand with the Mangekyou Sharingan on it.

The Naruto Shippuden Shisui Uchiha Nendoroid will come to Japan in September 2024, with a worldwide release of the figure coming in Q1 2025. Pre-orders are open until May 29, 2024. Naruto and Boruto are streaming on Crunchyroll, while Viz Media handles the manga releases outside Japan. Uniqlo also recently added a new collection of shirts based on the series.

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