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Fate/Apocrypha - Jack the Ripper (Taito)Fate/Apocrypha - Jack the Ripper (Taito)

Fate/Apocrypha - Jack the Ripper (Taito)
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Materials
Scale & Dimensions
H=180mm (7.02in)
Release date
03/29/2018 As Prize
Japanese9,597 hits • 14 comments5 likes

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0pt
In stock @ Neokyo
Today, 1370 yen on Amazon Japan.
Buy through Neokyo: neokyo.com/prod...
¥250 order fee, 45 free storage days.
2pt
About 1/8 scale. Not bad for about US$20.
2 months ago
1pt
selling mine!
10 months ago
2pt
I am very pleased with this one for being a prize figure. I did a few touches with a black fine tip gundam marker on any paint errors & now my Jackie is pretty flawless.
10 months ago
3pt
I got her as a gift. Required a little touch up for paint in some places but she's so cute. Great face!
10 months ago
1pt
Jenthehen Otaku at Law
I don't usually buy prize figures, but hmmmm....
11 months ago
2pt
i would love to have some close up photos before i buy the figure if anyone could post when you get the figure. ^_^
1 year ago
2pt
Does anyone know where to buy this?
1 year ago
2pt
Genryuusai (1 year ago) #25855567180mm seems perfect for Jack! I haven't heard of Taito before, are they decent?
Though I haven't paid much attention to nor bought any prize figs the recent years, when I did, Taito and FuRyu juggled around a lot with quality.
I remember Taito producing more "derp" faces, though FuRyu is certainly guilty of doing that too.
Banpresto and Sega are still the best I think.

I'm considering buying 1 of these 2 Jack's, but dunno which.
If anyone knows how the two companies are doing these days, let me know.
So far I like the pose more on this one (That is, if that is the final pose), but FuRyu had the better quality rep I think.
1 year ago
1pt
agentmozell (1 year ago) #25857319Cause you can get them in the crane machines over in Japan. Usually the crane machines are about 100 or 200 yen per try and sometimes it takes about 1000-3000 yen to get them. I think its also because the quality control for prize figures usually isn't like scales? So you get more seams, paint errors, etc...
But the ones I've gotten have been really nice! I think the only one that was "bad" was Banpresto's Ultimate Madoka. But that's just my opinion.

Thanks again, and sorry about your Madokami, I remember that one was very expensive for a Prize.
1 year ago
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