Tsume has once again launched a new product of its IKIGAI “One Piece” statue series, following the release of the Dioramax Joker Buggy. This time, they have introduced the infamous and evil Eustass Kid, who teamed up with Luffy to take on the prison challenge. Kid made his debut in chapter 498 of the manga with a surprisingly high bounty of 315 million Berries, which was the third highest among the Eleven Supernovas at the time. Since then, his bounty has skyrocketed to an astonishing 3 billion Berries, making him one of the most destructive opponents in the race for the title of Pirate King, thanks to his Devil Fruit powers and three-color Haki.
The new Kid statue is based on the scene where he used his powers to create a powerful mechanical arm made of magnetic and electrical metals to punch through the Rabbit Den prison in Wano. The dynamic design captures the moment when he charges forward, ready to unleash a devastating blow. The statue stands at a height of 43cm and is priced at 407.50 Euros, and is currently available in limited quantities. Don’t miss out on the chance to own this stunning piece if you’re a fan of Kid!
- Scale: 1/6
- Material: High-quality resin
- Global Limit: 2000 pieces
- Official price: 3500 yuan; Deposit: 700 yuan
- Product dimensions: 18 x 36 x 43cm
- Domestic pre-sale time: March 2, 2023
- Estimated shipping time: Second to fourth quarter of 2024
This statue depicts the powerful and terrifying supernova Eustass Kid from the Worst Generation. His fierce red lips and angry black gaze are overshadowed by lightning-like scars, and he is ready to break out of his confinement. He is using his magnetic fruit abilities to launch a special attack. After losing an arm in his fight against Red Hair, he transformed the remaining stump into a truly devastating weapon using his fruit powers. As the prisoners watched metal shards floating around them, the merciless Captain Kid attracted them to his side, creating an indestructible giant mechanical arm out of gears, chains, pipes, and countless impressive metal parts.
Indeed, the statue captures Kid’s fierce determination to achieve his dreams and become the Pirate King. He stands tall, muscles bulging, with his iconic red and black outfit discarded on the ground. His scarred and bruised torso bears witness to the battles he has fought, and he tightly clenches his fist as he prepares to strike with his powerful mechanical arm.
The statue also depicts the dynamic action of Kid punching the gate of Impel Down prison, with the impact visible in the dust and debris that rises from the base. Like Luffy, Kid is driven by a relentless desire to overcome any obstacle and shatter the limits of what is possible. This statue is a fitting tribute to his strength, courage, and unwavering determination.