Death Note : Ryuk Shinigami Polyresin Statue 20 Inch

Death Note : Ryuk Shinigami Polyresin Statue 20 InchFrom anime and manga Death Note, this is Death Note : Ryuk Shinigami Polyresin Statue 20 Inch . Death Note: Ryuk Craft Label Polyresin Statue. Imported from Japan! Jun Planning presents this impressive “Craft Label” series polyresin statue of the Shinigami (or Death God) known as Ryuk!, from the hit manga/anime (and live-action film) series, Death Note! Bored with his life in the Shinigami realm, Ryuk dropped a ‘death note’ (a notebook capable of killing anyone whose name is written on its pages), where it was found by Light Yagami, a bright young man who decides to use the Death Note for good, using its powers to cleanse the world of criminality. His constant companion is the Shinigami, Ryuk, who bides his time with Light, never helping, only observing. Standing nearly 20″ tall, Ryuk rests atop a bone-like display base, and features a fur collar and removable wings.
Death Note : Ryuk Shinigami Polyresin Statue 20 Inch
Ryuk (リューク Ryūku) is the main Shinigami of the Death Note series. Bored with the activities (or lack thereof) of the Shinigami realm, Ryuk obtains a second Death Note and drops it in the human realm for someone to find, hoping to amuse himself. He deliberately writes the instructions on the front page (in English, which he assumed to be the most popular language in the human realm) so people would understand its purpose. The Death Note is discovered by Light, and Ryuk follows him around for much of the series to see how Light uses it. Ryuk has a fairly humanoid appearance. His skin is gray, or a purple-ish color and his limbs are abnormally long and he has bulging yellow eyes with black irises.
Death Note : Ryuk Shinigami Polyresin Statue 20 Inch
Death Note : Ryuk Shinigami Polyresin Statue 20 Inch
Ryuk is characterized by his constant amusement by, and apathy in regards to, Light’s problems. He enjoys seeing Light overcome the various challenges put to him, and often waits until the worst possible moment to inform him of a certain aspect of the Death Note just to get a laugh. He is occasionally helpful if it serves his own interests, such as obtaining apples or furthering his own amusement, but for the most part will jokingly taunt Light about what his next move will be. The sfist describes Ryuk as a “crazy-looking, supernatural creature with these wicked eyes” who becomes “(surprisingly)” a “moral compass” for Light in the film version of Death Note. See details