Bandai 'Demon Slayer' Releases 23-Inch Version of Senjuro Rengoku's Flame Sword

Featuring 36 sound effects.

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After releasing Shinobu Kocho’s Stinger Nichirin Blade, Bandai is back with another toy sword — this time of Senjuro Rengoku’s flame-breathing sword.

Capturing the likeness of the anime, the toy sword is almost 23 inches in length and comes equipped with 36 sound effects as well as voice clips. The red and orange sword also sees white 悪鬼滅殺 “Destroy Demons” characters at the side along with an imitation flame that wraps around the plastic body.

Priced at ¥5,995 JPY (approximately $55 USD), Senjuro Rengoku’s Demon Slayer DX Sunflower Nichirin ​​Sword is available now over at Bandai.

In other toy news, Mezco Toyz releases a massive three-foot-long ultimate Godzilla figure.

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