The Ring Sadako Bishoujo Figure Won’t Haunt You Until 2025
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The Ring Sadako Bishoujo Figure Won’t Haunt You Until 2025

At Anime Expo 2024, Kotobukiya announced a The Ring Sadako Bishoujo figure. Now pre-orders are open at stores like Sideshow for the $160/18,000円 collectible ahead of her March 2025 debut in Japan and estimated April to June 2025 release worldwide. 

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This is a static figure, though there are optional parts. In each case, Sadako is displayed floating above VHS tapes. It comes with extra tape, so you can adjust the level of film around her. No matter where you purchase her, she comes with the replacement part that shows her eye peeking through her hair instead of only hair obscuring her features. Select, official retailers, such as Kotobukiya direct or Sideshow, also include the “horror face part” that again reveals a single eye peeking through her hair. However, that expression looks more shocked.

Here’s the array of official photos shared by Kotobukiya of the figure:

There’s also a trailer highlighting different parts of the Sadako The Ring Bishoujo figure. Namely, it calls attention to the three difference face parts. She can be displayed with her hair completely covering her entire head, with one option that shows a single relaxed eye, or with a third option that is described as the horror face part.

The Ring Sadako Bishoujo figure will appear in Japan in March 2025. A worldwide release will follow, with the earliest possible appearance apparently being April 2025.

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