Back in 2021, Eiichiro Oda drew a “Three Sword Style” Nami for the cover of One Piece Magazine Volume 13. She was essentially “stealing” Roronoa Zoro’s style for the pose. Now in December 2023, two figures inspired by the “dream scenario” design will be released. One is a more true-to-life Nami One Piece figure, while the other is a smaller, more cutesy World Collectable Figure (WCF). They can be pre-ordered through the Jump CS Shueisha storefront in Japan. Only a Japanese release has been confirmed.
First, here’s how that One Piece Magazine Volume 13 by Oda looked.
Here’s how the One Piece “Three Sword Style” Nami full-size scale figure will look. She will be about 165mm/6.4in tall. She will cost 13,200円 (~$97).
Next, here’s the WCF version of this special version of Nami. Like all figures in this line, she’ll be smaller and more affordable. She’ll stand at 70mm/2.7in tall. She’ll also be the more affordable of the two, as she’ll only cost 2,640円 (~$19).
This isn’t the only new One Piece figures on the way. SH Figuarts of Luffy, Zoro, and Sanji are coming back.
The One Piece “Three Sword Style” Nami figure will be available in standard and WCF styles in December 2023 in Japan. Pre-orders are available until April 2, 2023. Viz Media is handling the manga localization and release outside Japan, while the anime adaptation is streaming on Crunchyroll.
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