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SMT & Persona figures to be released!

Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010 by Jessicat at

Atlus has been busy! There’s a bunch of SMT and Persona related figures in the works to be released later this year.

First are the “Real Figure” [リアルフィギュア] series by FuRyu, a set of 2 demons, Shiva [ シヴァ] and Thor [トール]

These figures are 17cm [6.75"], and are available as a set, priced at 2,200Y, or individually for 1,100Y each.
Hobby Link Japan is taking pre-orders for both figures individually. To be released October 10th, 2010.

Next are the Game Characters Collection Mini series by MegaHouse, featuring these Persona 3 & Persona 4 characters: P3 protagonist, Aigis, Aigis (uniform), Orpheus, P4 protagonist, Teddie/Kuma, Shadow Teddie/Shadow Kuma, Izanagi, Naoto Shirogane, Rise Kujikawa and 2 secret figures.

They are only 3cm [1.25"] tall, and are currently available for pre-order in boxes of 12 [randomly assorted] figures at 4,788Y a box [or 399Y each]. To be released September 2010.
Many online shops have boxes stocked for pre-order, including and

And finally, a Jack Frost soft vinyl figure! Manufactured by ArtStorm:

It’s 23cm [9"] tall, and no assembly or painting is required. No set release date yet, although it will be later this year. Here are a few sites still taking in pre-orders: | |

Info Sources: Real Figure / Jack Frost | | Animetsu blog

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