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Presenting the thread dedicated to Bandai's high-end action figure lines: S.H. Figuarts S.H. Figuarts is Bandai's answer to Kaiyodo's Revoltech and Max Factory's Figma lines, with figures that boast extreme detail and poseability, coupled with a vast array of features and accessories. The line consists mainly of Kamen Rider and Super Sentai figures, but there are also figures for anime characters from Dragon Ball, One Piece, Tiger & Bunny and Doraemon, as well as Hollywood blockbusters like Star Wars and the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Here's an example: Juzo Fuwa from Samurai Sentai Shin
Tokyo's going all in on anime mascots. They are: Son Goku, Sailor Moon, Naruto, Atom, Shin Chan, Pretty Cure, One Piece. Mario and the plumber boys get snubbed. Not anime enough? http://www.konbini.com/en/entertainment-2/goku-2020-tokyo-olympics/ http://nextshark.com/tokyo-2020-olympic-ambassadors/ Tokyo Olympics are scheduled to kick off on July 24 - August 9, 2020.
I have been contemplating giving One Piece a viewing. It won't be now, but I expect sometime maybe around end of October or so. Keep in mind I said *contemplating*, because I just don't know if I can swallow those ridiculous, zany and goofy character designs and art style. I attempted to watch this show way back a few years ago on Cartoon Network and was extremely put off by both the character designs and the English dub. However, many people claim the story and plot more than make up for its shortcomings. Is this really true? Basically I'm asking, from a serious skeptic, why should I give O