JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Kakyoin Mascot Pouch is a Big Mood


 

No one likes being immortalized in character items once they aren’t trying their finest, however a newly reprinted character pouch of Noriaki Kakyoin from JoJo’s Weird Journey: Stardust Crusaders is particularly unflattering, as a result of it depicts the favored supporting character after his soul has been eliminated by Terence T. D’Arby and his physique has been changed into a quite unloveable puppet.

 

A front-view promotional image of the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Soul-Removed Noriaki Kakyoin Puppet Mascot Pouch from Premium Bandai.

 

A rear-view promotional image of the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Soul-Removed Noriaki Kakyoin Puppet Mascot Pouch from Premium Bandai.

 

Initially launched in 2016, the JoJo’s Weird Journey Soul-Eliminated Noriaki Kakyoin Puppet Mascot Pouch is predicated off of occasions portrayed in Episodes 39 – 42 of JoJo’s Weird Journey: Stardust Crusaders – Battle in Egypt. The character pouch is roughly 25 centimeters (about 9.eight inches) tall, and – so as to add insult to damage – is made from 100% polyester.

 

A close-up view of the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Soul-Removed Noriaki Kakyoin Puppet Mascot Pouch from Premium Bandai.

 

A model poses with the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Soul-Removed Noriaki Kakyoin Puppet Mascot Pouch from Premium Bandai in a promotional image for the product.

 

Pre-orders for the JoJo’s Weird Journey Soul-Eliminated Noriaki Kakyoin Puppet Mascot Pouch are at the moment accessible on the Premium Bandai web site, with the ultimate product scheduled to start transport in September of 2020. The pouch retails for 2420 yen ($22.65 US) together with tax.

 

Poor Kakyoin. Even when he is reworked right into a tiny puppet, he is nonetheless a huge nerd.

 

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Copyright discover: ©Hirohiko Araki&LUCKY LAND COMMUNICATIONS/Shueisha・JoJo’s Weird Journey: Stardust Crusaders Manufacturing Committee

 

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