Figma Of Early Hayao Miyazaki Anime "Future Boy Conan" Goes On Sale

Poseable figure due in February 2017

After his time at Toei, Hayao Miyazaki spent the mid-to-late 70s working at Zuiyo Eizo/Nippon Animation on projects such as World Masterpiece Theater and Future Boy Conan - a 1978 TV anime adaptation of The Incredible Tide by Alexander Key that demonstrated many of the themes with which Miyazaki would become associated. The titular hero of that series, a young survivor of mankind's near-extinction from a July 2008 war, is now being featured as a poseable figma from Max Factory and Good Smile Company.

 

figma Conan

The young boy who lives in a post-apocalyptic future is joining the figma series!

From the classic Hayao Miyazaki series 'Future Boy Conan' comes a figma of the main character, Conan!

  • Using the smooth yet posable joints of figma, you can act out a variety of different scenes.
  • He comes with three face plates: a smiling expression, a valiant expression and a face with clenched teeth.
  • Optional parts include his harpoon a variety of optional hand parts as well as a special foot part to hold his harpoon between his toes.
  • An articulated figma stand is included, which allows various poses to be taken.

Product Details

Product Name
   figma Conan
Series
   Future Boy Conan
Manufacturer
   Max Factory
Category
   figma
Price
   ¥4,630 (Before Tax)
Release Date
   2017/02
Specifications
   Painted ABS&PVC non-scale articulated figure with stand included. Approximately 110mm in height.
Sculptor
   Max Factory
Released by
   Max Factory
Distributed by
   Good Smile Company
 

Max Factory, Phat! and GSC previously offered a figma of Sherlock Hound, a 1984 Italian-Japanese co-production between TMS Entertainment and the television station RAI, for which Miyazaki directed six episodes.


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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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