My Hero Academia All Might Gets ARTFX J Statue with Kotobukiya

The Symbol of Peace is back as Kotobukiya announces their next ARTFX J statue from the hit anime series My Hero Academia. This beautifully sculpted statue shows of the Number 1 Hero All Might in all of his glory. Kotobukiya our a lot of definition into All Might and his muscles and it really shows. His new modern costume is nicely done and the red, blue, and yellow colors pop. This is not a small statue either as from the base to the tip of his hair he clicks in at roughly 13inches tall. This statue is an easy centerpiece for any My Hero Academia fans collection and will be a must have.

The Kotobukiya ARTFX J statue series is beautifully done and completely captures the essence of the character they are doing. All Might here is posed in a perfect stance to show his raw power and his sign of hope and peace. I would love to see variants of this statue in the future with different designs of his costume. That would also allow them to bring back the statue for other collectors while maintaining the exclusiveness of the first release. The My Hero Academia All Might ARTFX J statue is set to release in October 2020. Pre-orders are not live just yet but you will be able to find them located here when they are live. Don't forget to build up your My Hero Academia collection while you wait with the other statues offered like Izuku Midoriya, Ochaco Uraraka, Tomura Shigaraki, and others here.

"The latest character to join Kotobukiya's ARTFX J lineup from the hit anime series My Hero Academia is All Might! The sculpt was developed based on the concept of "facing up against villains." All Might comes to life full of strength which can be seen through his stance and his mighty fists. Take notice of the detailed sculpt of his well trained and sturdy muscles that are a fitting representation of the "Symbol of Peace." Display alongside previously released Izuku Midoriya and the rest of the characters to recreate the world of My Hero Academia!"

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About Tyler Roberts

He has been the Collectibles Editor since late 2019. Funko Funatic, Historian, Air Force Veteran, and dedicated collector of many things.

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