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
   Future Boy Conan
   Max Factory
   ¥4,630 (Before Tax)
Release Date
   Painted ABS&PVC non-scale articulated figure with stand included. Approximately 110mm in height.
   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.

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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