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S.H.Figuarts Perman 1 (PVC Figure)


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  • Code: 27595
  • Japanese: S.H.フィギュアーツ パーマン1号
  • JAN: 4543112668905
  • Weight: 0.209kgs
  • Package Size: 5cm x 18cm x 15cm
  • Manufactured by: Bandai
  • Release Date: Saturday 25 June, 2011



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5  Friday 17 January, 2014
by JOSHUA  Malaysia  

Another great anime from Fujiko Fujio! This figure is simply charming!


5  Tuesday 17 December, 2013
by Manuel  Italy  

I love the fact that Bandai has been looking to the past for some of their S.H. Figuarts and Robot Spirits lineups. First we got Doraemon, and now we get another classic Anime character – Perman!Perman was created by Fujiko Fujio, who also created Doraemon, in 1967. He was one of the original anime icons of Japanese television.The story behind Perman is actually kind of cool. Back in the 60s, before people cared about copyright and such, Fujiko Fujio decided that Superman (Yes THAT Superman) needed apprentices. Enter the Perman – a group of kids with super powers training to be supermen. In fact, the name Perman is based on Superman, but without the “Su” The box is nice – small and compact. Inside is the usual plastic tray. The head is the most striking, and most feature packed part of the figure. It comes with several interchangeable expressions. The helmet has a “display mode” where you can add spacers to the sides that allow you to plug in the side fins as well as a pair of blank eyes. An alternate head for Mitsuo is included so that he can be displayed holding he helmet. Several sets of hands are included, including open and closed hands.


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