Collecting Anime Figures

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Don’t know where to start? Some leading anime figure franchise includes One Piece, Figma, Nendoroid, Jo Jo’s Bizarre Adventure and Seven Deadly Sins.

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New to Anime? Well here is some background. Anime Figures are often sold as dolls in Japan based on anime, manga and bishōjo game characters. The past time or hobby (sometimes pursuit) of collecting them is a popular hobby amongst Otakus. The term moe is otaku slang for the love of characters in video games, anime, or manga, whereas zoku is a post-World War II term for tribe, clan or family.