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Kimetsu no Yaiba - Kochou Shinobu - Figuarts ZERO - Insect Breathing (Bandai Spirits)Kimetsu no Yaiba - Kochou Shinobu - Figuarts ZERO - Insect Breathing (Bandai Spirits)¥ Buy¥ Buy

Kimetsu no Yaiba - Kochou Shinobu - Figuarts ZERO - Insect Breathing (Bandai Spirits)
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H=170mm (6.63in)
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05/22/2021 As Standard
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In stock @ Nin-Nin-Game (¥9,990)
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Official new item , shipped worldwide from Japan
About 108 USD | 99 EUR | 144 CAD
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Only ¥250 fee, 45 days free storage.
Looking for her— US based :)
15 days ago
Looking for her!
22 days ago
SpikeReyes1 month ago#100999852so wheres a good place to order books?
Honestly, so long as you don't mind having to do the occasional return, Amazon gets the job done well enough. Their prices are usually the best by a few dollars and if you do have to return a book, they'll ship you a replacement(typically better packed) almost immediately. Just try not to order books with non-books if you can help it, since that more often leads to damage in my experience.
1 month ago
gettogaara1 month ago#100622485Ironically, I don't really buy books from Barnes and Noble too often, but your experience sounds a lot like what I go through with Amazon. I'm constantly returning books because they pack them like madmen, yet the free shipping and hassle-free returns are too convenient for me to stop.
For Figuarts at least, Barnes and Noble have been pretty reliable until now. Only other problem I had with them over the years was a supposedly in-stock SSB Vegeta figure they wouldn't ship me for over a month before finally sending me one in a box that had been busted to hell. Only reason I kept it was because it had shot up on the aftermarket in the time it took them to get it to me.

so wheres a good place to order books?
1 month ago
figurejunkie20 ps4gamerlady22
gettogaara1 month ago#100622485Ironically, I don't really buy books from Barnes and Noble too often, but your experience sounds a lot like what I go through with Amazon. I'm constantly returning books because they pack them like madmen, yet the free shipping and hassle-free returns are too convenient for me to stop.
For Figuarts at least, Barnes and Noble have been pretty reliable until now. Only other problem I had with them over the years was a supposedly in-stock SSB Vegeta figure they wouldn't ship me for over a month before finally sending me one in a box that had been busted to hell. Only reason I kept it was because it had shot up on the aftermarket in the time it took them to get it to me.


Oh, Amazon is ultimate trash. XD

I can never preach that enough. You don’t know what you’ll get there. Nothing is guaranteed. Not even if a figure is authentic. They are just all mixed in. But yeah. Barnes and Noble was fairly decent with books until about two months ago.
1 month ago
figurejunkie201 month ago#100575879Barnes and Noble is fucking TRASH and your story just solidified it. I collect manga, and it has gotten to the point that I have to order three of each volume to get shipped to me. In separate orders. And even then, more often than not, all are too badly damaged to want to keep. Torn spines. Multiple bent edges. One had a cut straight through the spine from a box cutter. Don’t get me started on their shitty excuse for packaging. A box with a volume 3x the size of the books inside, with a fucking half inflated bag of air on the top. I’d die laughing if I didn’t need the volume or the money. I literally return probably twenty manga copies a week. I’m sure they are sick of having to process returns of multiple copies of the same volume constantly, but it’s their problem, not mine. The manga section in my store has become a disaster. Picked clean. Maybe 1 out of 6 volumes total, undamaged. Not to mention, anything that isn’t Kodansha is back-ordered.
It was definitely a return. I have seen books I returned back on the shelves. Same rips and tears. Fuck Barnes and Noble. I only wish I could read Japanese so I could eliminate the final thing I have to buy from US stores with workers who don’t care about their job. I might try RightStuf, but I don’t get free shipping and can’t return. So…

Ironically, I don't really buy books from Barnes and Noble too often, but your experience sounds a lot like what I go through with Amazon. I'm constantly returning books because they pack them like madmen, yet the free shipping and hassle-free returns are too convenient for me to stop.

For Figuarts at least, Barnes and Noble have been pretty reliable until now. Only other problem I had with them over the years was a supposedly in-stock SSB Vegeta figure they wouldn't ship me for over a month before finally sending me one in a box that had been busted to hell. Only reason I kept it was because it had shot up on the aftermarket in the time it took them to get it to me.
1 month ago
figurejunkie20 ps4gamerlady22
gettogaara1 month ago#100575830Did anyone else buy this figure new and receive it with the tape sealing the top of the box already cut? Bought her and Rengoku from Barnes and Noble a few days ago, and he's brand new in box, but she's clearly been opened. I'm thinking I got a return, because the interior tape was cut, too, and other than the expected slight paint qc issues, the butterfly next to the sword is flying downward instead of up.
I contacted B&N about it yesterday, and they offered a return or a partial refund since she was out of stock there at the time. I ended up taking the partial refund since the butterfly issue doesn't really bother me, and I wouldn't have even noticed without comparing the figure to the picture. Really pretty figure, but this is the first time I've experienced something like this in over a decade of collecting.


Barnes and Noble is fucking TRASH and your story just solidified it. I collect manga, and it has gotten to the point that I have to order three of each volume to get shipped to me. In separate orders. And even then, more often than not, all are too badly damaged to want to keep. Torn spines. Multiple bent edges. One had a cut straight through the spine from a box cutter. Don’t get me started on their shitty excuse for packaging. A box with a volume 3x the size of the books inside, with a fucking half inflated bag of air on the top. I’d die laughing if I didn’t need the volume or the money. I literally return probably twenty manga copies a week. I’m sure they are sick of having to process returns of multiple copies of the same volume constantly, but it’s their problem, not mine. The manga section in my store has become a disaster. Picked clean. Maybe 1 out of 6 volumes total, undamaged. Not to mention, anything that isn’t Kodansha is back-ordered.

It was definitely a return. I have seen books I returned back on the shelves. Same rips and tears. Fuck Barnes and Noble. I only wish I could read Japanese so I could eliminate the final thing I have to buy from US stores with workers who don’t care about their job. I might try RightStuf, but I don’t get free shipping and can’t return. So…
1 month ago