Gruesome "Attack on Titan" Capsule Figures Hit Japanese Vending Machines

Kaiyodo posts photos from fans putting frightening figures to use

While plenty of figures have been solicited in since then, when initially previewed back in June, Kaiyodo's Attack on Titan mini figures were one of the first to be seen. Now, they're one of the first available in the wild, menacing Japanese vending machines at 400yen for one of four capsule packaged toys. 


The set of four remarkably bloody Capsule Q figures line includes the Colossal Titan appearing, a Titan eating a human,  Mikasa using 3D maneuvering soldier, and Eren's transformation.


From Tomohide Enoki's devlopment of the prototype...


To the released figure!




@kaiyodo_PR has been posting fan pictures and videos



Scott Green is editor and reporter for anime and manga at geek entertainment site Ain't It Cool News. Follow him on Twitter at @aicnanime.

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