Spike Spiegel Daybreak figure based on Cowboy Bebop final episode
Image courtesy of Megahouse

Spike Spiegel Daybreak Figure Based on the Final Episode

Megahouse has revealed a new figure modeled after Spike Spiegel from the final episode of Cowboy Bebop. This figure set will be known with the subtitle ~Daybreak~, and Megahouse will put it up on sale via the Japanese Premium Bandai web store. People residing outside Japan can also get the figure from AmiAmi. [Thanks, Hobby Watch!]

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The 1/8 scale figure will appear with a price tag of 30,800 yen (~$191). It will depict an injured Spike Spiegel walking down the stairs while doing the iconic pose. A broken stained glass featuring Julia and Vicious will appear on the back.

The figure set will also contain more detailed references, such as the “You’re gonna carry that weight” inscription on a stone block and a chipped vinyl on the set’s backside.

Here are some of the sample images for the new figure set, taken from various angles:

The Cowboy Bebop anime series aired on Japanese television from April to June 1998. A 25th Anniversary Blu-Ray set containing interviews with Japanese and English voice actors of the show appeared in 2023. The original anime show is also available to watch digitally via Netflix.

The Cowboy Bebop 2nd Gig Spike Spiegel ~Daybreak~ figure will be available in December 2024. Megahouse will open pre-orders for the figure on July 5, 2024.

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