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Fire Emblem: Kakusei - Lucina - Figma  (#245) (Good Smile Company, Max Factory)Shingeki no Kyojin - Mikasa Ackerman - Figma  (#203) (Max Factory)Shingeki no Kyojin - Eren Yeager - Figma  (#207) (Max Factory)Shingeki no Kyojin - Levi - Figma  (#213) (Max Factory)Zelda no Densetsu: Skyward Sword - Link - Figma  (#153) (Good Smile Company, Max Factory)Vocaloid - Hatsune Miku - Figma  (#100) - Append (Max Factory)Black ★ Rock Shooter - Figma  (#SP-012) (Max Factory)Sword Art Online - Kirito - Figma  (#174) (Max Factory)Kill la Kill - Matoi Ryuuko - Senketsu - Figma  (#220) (Max Factory)Kill la Kill - Kiryuuin Satsuki - Figma  (#249) (Max Factory)Sword Art Online - Asuna - Figma  (#178) (Max Factory)Mahou Shoujo Madoka☆Magica - Kaname Madoka - Kyuubey - Figma  (#110) (Max Factory)Black ★ Rock Shooter - The Game - White ★ Rock Shooter - Figma  (#SP-033) (Max Factory)Shingeki no Kyojin - Armin Arlert - Figma  (#EX-017) (Max Factory)Sword Art Online II - Sinon - Figma  (#241) (Max Factory)Fate/Stay Night - Archer - Figma  (#223) (Max Factory)Mahou Shoujo Madoka☆Magica - Ultimate Madoka - Figma  (#165) (Max Factory)Fate/Stay Night - Altria Pendragon - Figma  (#227) - Saber, 2.0 (Max Factory)Gekijouban Mahou Shoujo Madoka★Magica: Hangyaku no Monogatari - Akuma Homura - Kyuubey - Figma  (#SP-053) (Aniplex, Max Factory)Mahou Shoujo Madoka☆Magica - Akemi Homura - Figma  (#115) (Max Factory)Mahou Shoujo Madoka☆Magica - Charlotte - Tomoe Mami - Figma  (#118) (Max Factory)Metroid: Other M - Samus Aran - Figma  (#133) (Good Smile Company, Max Factory)Kantai Collection ~Kan Colle~ - Rensouhou-chan - Shimakaze - Figma  (#214) (Max Factory)Card Captor Sakura - Kero-chan - Kinomoto Sakura - Figma  (#244) (Max Factory)Black ★ Rock Shooter - Insane Black ★ Rock Shooter - Figma  (#SP-041) (Max Factory)Fate/Extra CCC - Nero Claudius - Figma  (#SP-042) - Saber Bride (Max Factory)Vocaloid - Hatsune Miku - Figma  (#200) - 2.0 (Max Factory)Black ★ Rock Shooter - Dead Master - Figma  (#SP-013) (Max Factory)Black ★ Rock Shooter - Figma  (#140) - TV Animation ver. (Max Factory)Black ★ Rock Shooter - Black ★ Gold Saw - Figma  (#SP-017) (Max Factory)Mahou Shoujo Madoka☆Magica - Kyuubey - Sakura Kyouko - Figma  (#128) (Max Factory)Black ★ Rock Shooter - Figma  (#SP-040) - Black ★ Rock Shooter Beast (Good Smile Company, Max Factory)Steins;Gate - Makise Kurisu - Figma  (#098) (Max Factory)Black ★ Rock Shooter - The Game - Black ★ Rock Shooter - Figma  (#116) - BRS2035 (Max Factory)Boku no Hero Academia - Midoriya Izuku - Figma  (#323) (Max Factory, Tomytec)Mahou Shoujo Madoka☆Magica - Miki Sayaka - Figma  (#124) (Max Factory)Persona 5 - Morgana - Shujinkou - Figma  (#363) - Joker (Max Factory)GOOD SMILE Racing - Vocaloid - Hatsune Miku - Figma  (#233) - EV MIRAI ver., Racing 2013 (Max Factory)Vocaloid - Hatsune Miku - Rabbit Yukine - Figma  (#EX-024) - Snow, Snow Bell Ver. (Max Factory)Fate/Grand Order - Gilgamesh - Figma  (#300) - Archer (Max Factory)




Figma (フィグマ) is a Japanese action figure line produced by Max Factory and distributed by Good Smile Company. A large number of the figures are based on bishōjo anime characters, and are available with various accessories, such as exchangeable faces. Occasionally figma figures are created based on other subjects such as characters from the Japanese voice synthesizing software, Vocaloid, from a well-known bullet hell game Touhou, the subject of a popular Japanese internet meme, Billy Herrington, and a figure of Michael Jackson from his "Thriller" music video.

Figma focuses primarily on humanoid figures, and due to the high amount of articulation and small joint sizes, Figmas tend to be fragile.

Rob Bricken, reviewing a Lelouch Figma figurine for Anime News Network, described it as "the perfect marriage of accuracy and poseability". He later described the Figma line in general as "[one] of the most prolific (and reasonably priced) anime toylines around". In 2008, three Figma dolls were among the top ten 'toy and hobby' items sold on Amazon Japan.

The first figma was a special edition Haruhi Suzumiya based on and bundled with the PS2 game, Suzumiya Haruhi no Tomadoi. It was released on January 31, 2008 with the product code SP001. Since then, figmas have been produced in three different formats:

* normal edition with three-digit product codes, such as 001
* special edition with three-digit product codes preceded by SP, such as SP001. These figmas usually come bundled with a video game, manga or DVD
* limited edition with three-digit product codes preceded by EX, such as EX001. These figmas are sold exclusively at events, such as Wonder Festival, a semi-annual event hosted by Kaiyodo.
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