There’s a growing trend for anime characters to take a daring turn, and Rosa Studio’s Pieck character and Mikasa Ackerman character keep it going. Twitter is raving about the new anatomically correct Eren Yeager figure with its titanic proportions, but the ladies from Attack on Titan aren’t neglected either.
Pieck and Mikasa’s models stand – or rather – hunched over in ⅙ scale and sport costumes that differ from most of their signature attire. Military attire is swapped for black leather, and nothing is left to the imagination – except perhaps how these characters got into such a situation in the first place.
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Those interested in the Pieck Finger figurine can pick them up at retailers like FavorGK, WeAreAnimeCollectors, AvoLounge, and more! Be careful when clicking on the links above as many contain uncensored images.
Unfortunately, the Mikasa Ackerman figure is now sold out from most major vendors that deal in explicit models. Given the traction these numbers have gained, it won’t be long before Pieck and Eren will also sell out.
Where can I buy used anime figures like the Mikasa Ackerman figure?
It may be too late to pre-purchase the Mikasa Ackerman figure, but luckily anime figures are often resold. Collectors making room for new pieces or even reselling figurines for a profit will offer previously sold out models for sale. While this is great for fans who were late to purchase their favorite Attack On Titan Mikasa character, it may also come with an additional cost.
Many fans swear by AmiAmi. With hundreds of offerings including games, plush toys and charms, there’s no shortage of collectibles to choose from. AmiAmi’s rating system also gives buyers a degree of assurance as to the condition of what they are buying. However, since the company is based in Japan, shipping may not be cheap for international buyers.
Similarly, Mandarake is a great choice when shopping for anime characters or Japanese products in general. Not only do they have an extensive figure collection, but they also have magazines like Shonen Jump, anime storyboards, and even doujins.
And when all else fails, there are always sites like eBay or Buyee that require buyers to be more proactive in verifying individual sellers. Rosa Studio’s Mikasa models are currently available on Ebay for a whopping $1000 (plus shipping). It is uncertain whether the price will fall with the hype or whether the piece will become a rare collector’s item. Whatever the case, fans will have to decide if their favorite waifu is worth it.
Can I just buy some non-nude anime figures?
Although these Attack On Titan figures cause so much excitement, they are far from the norm when it comes to anime figures. Most figures tend to be accurate representations of their respective characters’ usual attire. So new anime fans who are skeptical about the hobby of figure collecting shouldn’t worry that anatomically correct models make up most of the market.
Those who want to play it safe can always check out sites like Crunchyroll, which — in addition to more family-friendly products like Nendroids, Funko Pops, and Lookup figures — offer subscribers exclusive deals. Premium members with a Mega Fan subscription receive a $15 rebate on $100 orders every three months. And Ultimate Fan subscribers get $25 off along with access to exclusive Nendoroids.
Even for those who aren’t subscribed to Crunchyroll, their store offers free US shipping on orders over $50, making them one of the more accessible stores for those looking to dip their toes into the hobby. It might seem daunting to get into character collecting with so many options available, but with clearance sections on sites like RightStuf, Tokyo Otaku Mode, and Solaris Japan, everyone can take home their favorite anime characters.