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Made in Abyss - Nanachi - Gankimasu Tsuri (Ques Q)Made in Abyss - Nanachi - Gankimasu Tsuri (Ques Q)

Made in Abyss - Nanachi - Gankimasu Tsuri (Ques Q)
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Scale & Dimensions
H=230mm (8.97in)
Release date
11/2019 As Standard
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39pt
Yughan Red Whistle
Me when I see this Nanachi...

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6 months ago
38pt
Wow, what a surprise. Another wall of comments whining about the price. This figure is stunning, with an amazing dynamic sculpt and great attention to detail. For that, I'm definitely willing to pay this price, and feel like this Nanachi will be worth it. I really doubt there will be a nicer, more epic Nanachi figure than this, so there's no way I'm missing out on it. Can't wait to PO this and add it to my Nanachi collection!
1 month ago
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Available for pre-order @ Otaku Square
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Available for pre-order @ Ninoma (MFC Partner) (¥19,945)

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3pt
the price isn't all that bad, it's clear from these pictures that the figure is a high quality one and the dinamic pose is making the price skyrocket, what puts me off here is that the figure doens't hold the anime's spirit. It's a drama, and a very good one, and nanachi's chara came out so good because of mitty mostly(at least for now), not because she can fish. If the price was for a mitty+nanachi high quality figure(like this one), depicting one of their best drama scenes (there were lots), i would have ordered this already. But this one just looks like a beautiful piece of nothing... for now, to me, the GSC sleeping on grass nanachi&mitty is the best.
6 days ago
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Available for pre-order!! Product Page via Right Stuf Anime for $206.99. We will be accepting pre-orders for this item until March 18th. Your order will be shipped with care and there's No Deposit Required! Got Anime? Members get additional discounts and we handle all of the customs paperwork for easy, no hassle delivery only @ Rightstufanime.com
1 month ago
0pt
Available for pre-order @ iXu Deviance (219.00€)
6pt
Zephiria (1 month ago) #47479172You're entitled to your opinions as I've said earlier. However, I will continue to respectfully disagree.

I do not mean to exaggerate. But, what you say suggests that everything is just an opinion, and therefore, everyone is free to hold whatever opinion they like (and thus, its the end of it). To say one respectfully disagrees is also not of benefit to either of us. Why? Because it does not really provide evidence for or against the claim/opinion I made.

If I may suggest an alternative, there are most certainly thousands of opinions in the world. However, some opinions are false because facts contradict them, while others are true. While one cannot force one to hold one opinion or the other, the object of a discussion is not about forcing it. Rather, it is to check whether the said opinion is true or false. So merely saying "I respectfully disagree" does not help.

Zephiria (1 month ago) #47479172
You're forgetting probably the most important part of this, collecting figures is a luxury, not a necessity. So in the end, this is an expensive hobby, one that if you can't afford or save and budget up for, you can't have.


To the contrary, I am not forgetting that at all. I am merely pointing out that the pricing of this luxury commodity is unfortunately (or fortunately) volatile. Why? It depends largely on public sentiment rather than on some objective or intrinsic value.

Also, this is not something common to all luxury goods either. It is just something unique here for figures/statues.

Zephiria (1 month ago) #47479172
Collecting figures is a nice hobby, and many people save up, work hard, or simply have good jobs to afford. As it stands, I see no issue with the average figure prices, while some companies overprice, generally most seem to be fair given what it takes to produce them, and given how they're artistic sculptures that do require hard work to produce, regardless of what you think.


The question is not a matter of affordability. Its about making sure that the figure/statue prices are grounded. Why? Because as you say, when I buy a figure/statue, I am spending my hard earned cash. I would like to buy the product as cheap as possible. I can't believe you are disagreeing with that.

Zephiria (1 month ago) #47479172
You don't have to see it that way, so let me give you one final piece of advice before I stop replying to you. We clearly think of these figures differently, so if you really feel figures are overpriced, and not worth it, then you need a new hobby.


Um, your conclusion does not follow. If I think figures are overpriced, it just means that I should side and defend the groups that complain about figure prices, right? After all, as I said, I merely want to make sure that I pay as less as possible for a figure or statue. Why? Because its merely something I buy for enjoyment. It doesn't carry an intrinsic worth that is even close to the actual MSRP. That is not merely an opinion either.

Now if you do feel that it is just my false/mislead opinion, you are welcome to meet the challenge I posed to you in my previous comment. Merely pick any figure your liking and provide justification for the MSRP with a breakdown.
1 month ago
1pt
ddarko (1 month ago) #47417737Aah, yes, it doesn't come as a surprise you think that way :)
So lets break it down. Let us start by you explaining in very clear words with prices attached, how any statue you would like to pick has an intrinsic worth of whatever price it was given. If you CAN do that, then yes, I concede this argument and will agree with you.
As far as I am aware, all statues and figures are over priced because they are always priced significantly higher than the intrinsic worth (the materials, production cost etc). It was also interesting that you mentioned "licensing". How do you think the licensing fees are determined? Why do you think a popular character license cost more than an unpopular one? Do you think that licensing costs can be attributed to intrinsic cost of a statue/figure?
You mentioned artist costs. You do realize that in this day and age, once the statue/figure has been designed, the artist does not put anymore hours into actually sculpting it, right? S/he may sculpt one figure, that will act as the prototype. But that is it! The rest is all done in a mass production company, usually in China, and then perhaps a few of the output are QC'd by the artist. Do you honestly think that a large chunk of your statue MSRP is actually going to the artist?
Anyway, I stand by what I said for now (until you provide to me a complete breakdown of costs justifying the MSRP for any figure of your choosing).


You're entitled to your opinions as I've said earlier. However, I will continue to respectfully disagree. You're forgetting probably the most important part of this, collecting figures is a luxury, not a necessity. So in the end, this is an expensive hobby, one that if you can't afford or save and budget up for, you can't have.

Collecting figures is a nice hobby, and many people save up, work hard, or simply have good jobs to afford. As it stands, I see no issue with the average figure prices, while some companies overprice, generally most seem to be fair given what it takes to produce them, and given how they're artistic sculptures that do require hard work to produce, regardless of what you think.

You don't have to see it that way, so let me give you one final piece of advice before I stop replying to you. We clearly think of these figures differently, so if you really feel figures are overpriced, and not worth it, then you need a new hobby.
1 month ago
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