20 winners chosen by lottery will be able to purchase the limited edition figures
The newest tie-in for the ongoing collaboration between 7-Eleven and Hajime Isayama's manga and anime Attack on Titan involves an extremely limited run of life-size figures of Eren Jaeger and Levi. Beginning on May 22, 2015, Japanese customers can enter into a lottery-style drawing at their local 7-Eleven convenience stores. Twenty winners will earn the chance to purchase the figures.
The Eren figure is 172 centimeters (67.72 inches) tall, 100 centimeters (39.37 inches) wide, and 57 centimeters ( inches) deep. The Levi figure is 162 centimeters (63.78 inches) tall, 90 centimeters (34.43 inches) wide, and 77 centimeters (30.32 inches) deep.
Both figures sell for 1,728,000 yen ($14488.74 US) including tax. Delivery will be completed in the period between September and December of 2015.
Sorry, folks, but even if your wallet could withstand such a beating, the drawing is only available for residents of Japan.
Paul Chapman is the host of The Greatest Movie EVER! Podcast and GME! Anime Fun Time.