Attack on Titan x Medicom Toy 400% Bearbrick

Having recently teamed up with Subaru for an outlandish live-action SUV commercial, the Attack on

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Having recently teamed up with Subaru for an outlandish live-action SUV commercial, the Attack on Titan (Shingeki no Kyojin) manga/anime will be featured across another Japanese brand — this time on Medicom‘s signature toy Bearbrick. Coming in the 400% variant, the Bearbrick depicts the infamous Colossus Titan – a 60-meter-tall Titan that is easily recognized due to its absence of skin, exposing muscle and connective tissue. Set for a release date of February 9, with the kick-off of Japan’s Wonder Festival, the Attack on Titan x Medicom Toy 400% Bearbrick will have a limited domestic release of 500 units at ¥7,140 JPY (approximately $70 USD) a piece.

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