The princess of Arabasta comes to life in a fun and gorgeous new One Piece statue from MegaHouse.
Available for pre-order on Sideshow and retailing for $242, the Nefertari Vivi figurine is about 8.5 inches tall and shows the blue-haired female pirate dancing with a bright, excited smile on her face. and colorful jewelry adorning her figure. The item is expected to begin shipping in June 2024.
Introduced in “Reverse Mountain” as one of the villains, Vivi is eventually revealed to be a spy in the villainous organization Baroque Works, which will recruit Monkey D. Luffy and his crew his to help her save her country. After the main villain of the Arabasta Saga — the Desert King, Sir Crocodile — is defeated, Vivi ultimately decides to stay behind to rebuild her kingdom, leading to an emotional parting between the princess and the crew. Straw hat. However, ever since One Piece entered the final story, many fans have begun to speculate as to who will be the last member of Luffy’s crew and Vivi is one of the most popular candidates.
One Piece universe?
Eiichiro Oda’s One Piece manga series first appeared in Weekly Shōnen Jump in 1997, and throughout its decades of continuous operation, a variety of interesting and popular characters have been introduced. Like Vivi, many of these fan-favorite films have inspired companies looking to capitalize on the series’ high popularity. Most notably, MegaHouse is also taking pre-orders for a collectible statue that will immortalize Luffy when he awakens his Devil Fruit and unlocks Gear 5.
Furthermore, Jimei Palace has revealed a massive and expensive statue of Sir Crocodile directly related to his Suna Suna no Mi Devil Fruit, a type of loggia that gives the former Lord the ability to transform into and control the world. sand control. This item is over 2 feet tall and costs $974.
There have been other developments in the One Piece franchise beyond new collectibles and merchandise. For example: ONE PIECE ON ICE ~Episode of Alabasta~, a skating movie adaptation of the main story, will premiere at Aichi Dolphins Arena in Japan on September 2. In addition, a real-life One Piece chapter Netflix’s play will premiere on the platform’s streaming channel at the end of August. The film stars Iñaki Godoy as the future Pirate King.
VIZ Media distributes the One Piece manga in North America, while the anime adaptation by Toei Animation is available to stream on Crunchyroll and Hulu.