A fan of Dragon Ball Z? Well, two new Son Goku statues from the Dragon Ball Z: Gigantic Series have been made available for pre-order ahead of their official release in Japan at the end of August.
Import shop Play-Asia.com tweeted out that the two statues are currently available for pre-order from their shop, both sporting Goku’s iconic look from his earlier years in Dragon Ball Z. You can check out the images below.
— Play-Asia.com (@playasia) July 14, 2016
The Plex statues come in the two different forms, one being the Son Goku boyhood beginning version, and the second being the Son Goku boyhood Kamesen-Ryu version.
Both versions feature Goku with his iconic Saiyan monkey tail, as well as a training gi. He carries his retractable bo staff in both versions, but in the beginner version he’s more relaxed and confident, with the bo by his side and a smile on his face.
The Kamesen-Ryu version of Goku is more fierce and determine. The retractable bo is tied to his back while he sports the training gi, black belt and blue wrist bands. His face is tweaked with a tinge of anger as he stairs straight ahead with balled fists.
Both versions of Plex’s statues are approximately 190mm tall, made of PVC and soft vinyl. Both of these statues also cost $81.99, so keep that in mind if you plan on importing them.
Pre-orders are available right now but you’ll only have a limited time to get them in. According to the store page for both versions of the statue, pre-orders will end on July 24th. After that time you’ll have to wait until the figures release in Japan around August 31st before you can get your hands on one.
If you want to learn more about the statues or see more images, you can check out the Dragon Ball Z: Gigantic Series statues over on Play-Asia by clicking on the link to the Beginning Version or the Kamesen-Ryu Version.
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