Wednesday, October 27, 2021

Figure Unboxing | Banpresto Q Posket Demon Slayer Petit Vol. 4 Tengen Uzui


At the beginning of collecting BANPRESTO Q Posket figure for Demon Slayer anime, I didn't know there's the regular-sized ones with their sepia colour versions and then there's the Petit; miniature-sized figure standing for about 70mm. Knowing myself, of course I had to collect them all but I gotta say that there's absolute zero regret! Now, the fourth volume released includes 3 figures with this Tengen Uzui; the Sound Pillar. He once said to Gyutaro and Daki (Entertainment Distrct Arc), "Do I look like I have talent to you? You've got a pretty rosy outlook on life if that's what you think. Then again, you've been hiding out here for hundreds of years so I guess you've got a pretty ignorant view of the world. This is a big country and it's teeming with incredible people. Some are a mystery... and a few have a natural way with the sword and become a Hashira in two months. So I'm chosen? Gimme a break. You have no clue how much I've lost over the years!" Do you guys know that before becoming a member of Demon Slayer Corps, Tengen was originally a Shinobi?

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