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Daft Punk - Thomas Bangalter - S.H.Figuarts - Random Access Memories ver. (Bandai)Daft Punk - Thomas Bangalter - S.H.Figuarts - Random Access Memories ver. (Bandai)¥ Buy¥ Buy

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Daft Punk - Thomas Bangalter - S.H.Figuarts - Random Access Memories ver. (Bandai)
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H=150mm (5.85in)
Release date
11/22/2013 As Exclusive
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Tamashii Webshop Exclusive
Regular release for US/EU/AUS market

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Selling him and Guy all together for 250 Canadian + paypal fees. FREE SHIPPING to the US and Canada. Ships from Toronto, Canada.

Both are like new and come with their boxes, removed from boxes only once for display in a glass display case. Will be placed back into exact same spots in the packaging and repackaged very carefully (I'm a collector who cares about condition and understand peoples needs here.)

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2 years ago
Selling mine with Guy and a few intruments, SALE #122623 SOLD
3 years ago
finally orderd them, now the really long wait of 20 day until i receive them U_U

My wallet is dead by the way XD
4 years ago
Tylerd135 years ago#2649455Hello, I'm not familiar with these Daft Punk SH Figuarts so I had a few questions.
Is there any difference between Tamashii and regular versions ?
Is there any difference between the 2-pack set and the only one character ?
From the first pictures I saw a stage at Tamashii (with pyramid) like you can see here :
www.tomopop.com...
The stage were sold or is it just a release for Bandai ?
Thanks for considering and sorry for my bad english.

1. No.
2. There is no 2-pack.
3. Used for display only when the figures were first shown off.
5 years ago
Hello, I'm not familiar with these Daft Punk SH Figuarts so I had a few questions.
Is there any difference between Tamashii and regular versions ?
Is there any difference between the 2-pack set and the only one character ?
From the first pictures I saw a stage at Tamashii (with pyramid) like you can see here :
www.tomopop.com...
The stage were sold or is it just a release for Bandai ?
Thanks for considering and sorry for my bad english.
5 years ago
theyasminshow Militant Missionary
5 years ago
For those who are new to SHF, base inclusion is NOT COMMON. Only a select few from the earlier releases included a stand, mostly as a 1st edition bonus, and frankly they don't even need them. Tamashii Stage itself didn't became common until around Act 2-3. Bandai will only include the Tamashii Stage for certain special releases like the Ryuki series, which the entire series was obviously meant to one up the Figma Riders, or characters who included parts that requires a stand to prop up. To those who are bashing the exclusion of stands, SHF was never meant to include stands in the first place. Tamashii Stage was meant to be an all-purpose stand, not JUST for SHF, which is why Bandai decided to sell them separately.
6 years ago
R_Kasahara6 years ago#1881940ETA: Now that I think about it, the only Revoltech I've ever gotten that didn't come with a stand is also one of the oldest releases in that line.
The Sailor Moon Figuarts don't have effect parts and have come with stands (so far). Those are special stands particular to those figures, though, so I'm not sure if they're just an exception.


Yeah, the older ones don't, and some Sci-Fi Revoltechs don't either. Woody doesn't come with one, and I can't remember if my Kinnikuman does.

I hope Bandai does start doling them out with more Figuarts. I know for the popular lines like Kamen Rider and Super Sentai they don't really come with any, but that could change. Especially considering they started including them in the D-Arts line for Pokemon (seriously, Blastoise gets one but not some Figuarts?).
6 years ago
RKasa Deal Hunter ( =₃=)*
romevi6 years ago#1881852Just for the record, not all Revoltech figures come with stands.
Admittedly, I wasn't 100% sure about that, especially given the non-humanoid Revoltechs like the Tachikomas and T-Rex, but at least with humanoid figures, that line's track record seems to be better than Figuarts'. ETA: Now that I think about it, the only Revoltech I've ever gotten that didn't come with a stand is also one of the oldest releases in that line.

romevi6 years ago#1881852The only Figuarts I've had stands come with were those with effect parts--namely SSJ3 Goku. The other standalone figures didn't have any stands. Thus, since DP didn't have any promo shots or official info from Bandai about them coming with effect/display parts, I didn't expect any stands.
The Sailor Moon Figuarts don't have effect parts and have come with stands (so far). Those are special stands particular to those figures, though, so I'm not sure if they're just an exception.
6 years ago
R_Kasahara6 years ago#1881615I've only just started collecting Figuarts this year, but why is Bandai so inconsistent about including stands with this line? In my experience, this would never happen with figma, Nendoroid, or Revoltech.
I know they sell Tamashii Stages separately, but that can't be the only factor, can it?


Just for the record, not all Revoltech figures come with stands.

The only Figuarts I've had stands come with were those with effect parts--namely SSJ3 Goku. The other standalone figures didn't have any stands. Thus, since DP didn't have any promo shots or official info from Bandai about them coming with effect/display parts, I didn't expect any stands.
6 years ago