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My Hero Academia Eijiro Kirishima ARTFX J 1:8 Scale Statue

Item No.Item Number: KTPP865
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  • Red Riot, the sturdy hero!
  • Statue inspired by the My Hero Academia manga and anime series.
  • Eijiro Kirishima stands roughly 8 1/2-inches tall.
Known as the sturdy hero, Class 1-A student Eijiro Kirishima's sculpting and posing show off Red Riot's fighting spirit from every angle as he stands roughly 8 1/2-inches tall in this impressive My Hero Academia Eijiro Kirishima ARTFX J 1:8 Scale Statue inspired by the My Hero Academia manga and anime series. Quirk Hardening not included - you'll have to pick that up on your own!

The ARTFX J line strives to bring characters from popular anime, old and new, to their fans throughout the world. This 1:8 scale statue series brings to life the aspiring heroes of My Hero Academia at their best, in the moments when they face off against a villain.
Company: Kotobukiya
Theme: My Hero Academia
Product Type: Statues
Character: Eijiro Kirishima
Collection: ARTFX
Age: 15 +
Country of Origin: China
Packaging Height: 10.00
Packaging Width: 8.50
Packaging Length: 8.50
Weight: 1.700

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