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Shingeki no Kyojin - Mikasa Ackerman - Ichiban Kuji - Ichiban Kuji Shingeki no Kyojin - Sign ver. (Banpresto)Shingeki no Kyojin - Mikasa Ackerman - Ichiban Kuji - Ichiban Kuji Shingeki no Kyojin - Sign ver. (Banpresto)

Shingeki no Kyojin - Mikasa Ackerman - Ichiban Kuji - Ichiban Kuji Shingeki no Kyojin - Sign ver. (Banpresto)
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Scale & Dimensions
H=140mm (5.46in)
Release date
08/09/2013 As Prize
Price
Japanese13,281 hits • 18 comments3 likes

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Double Chance

Comments18

2pt
¡Hello! I have this figure, but i don't know if it is a bootleg or not. My figure is very similar to the images of users I've seen. It has many bugs in the painting. The oddest thing is that at the base puts the following:

HK/SNK
© Banpresto 2013 Made in China

I think it may be fake by the failures of painting that has. But a friend of mine told me that the more prize cheaper Banpresto,had those bugs.
What do you think?
Sorry if my english isn't perfect
2 years ago
0pt
dog10170 (4 years ago) #1914318If you have cash to burn ekizo.mandarake...

What the hell man? Why is this 200k yen?
I am shock
4 years ago
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Ruttsu (4 years ago) #1923043200000 yen for a prize figure!!, XD who signed it!?Isayama Hajime, the creator of SnK.
4 years ago
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Ruttsu as Ruttsu
dog10170 (4 years ago) #1914318If you have cash to burn ekizo.mandarake...
200000 yen for a prize figure!!, XD who signed it!?
4 years ago
0pt
If you have cash to burn ekizo.mandarake...
4 years ago
0pt
Mikaino Going to Gencon!
zeroonetwothree (5 years ago) #1760293what's the difference between this mikasa and this ITEM #154742 one? i see that this is "signed version" (what does that mean) and the other one is counterfeit (<- that means it's not official right?)
The other is a Last One Prize, which is a special/limited run during the ichiban kuji events.. I'm sure others can explain it better though. ^^; Neither are counterfeit. The counterfeit tag means there are fakes out there in the market, so watch out when buying!
5 years ago
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what's the difference between this mikasa and this ITEM #154742 one? i see that this is "signed version" (what does that mean) and the other one is counterfeit (<- that means it's not official right?)
5 years ago
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This particular version is presently (time of this post) offered for bid on Yahoo--Auctions, Japan. According to vendor this is a 30 piece run. Base is autographed and vendor has provided a photograph of this as well as a certificate of authenticity (written in Japanese).

Minimum asking bid is 50000 Yen. Happily, this vendor does not accept bank transfers....phew, gets me off the hook; otherwise I sure would be tempted even though that's waaaaaay more than I would want to pay for Banpresto Double Chance Mikasa.
5 years ago
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Already Chinese bootlegs up on ebay. lol
5 years ago
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Ruttsu as Ruttsu
The height on this one is also wrong, it's 14 cm (140 mm) not 120 mm
5 years ago
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