From manga and anime, Golgo 13, this is Golgo 13 : Duke Togo PVC Figma Figure . A man’s world that anyone would yearn for. Even better with a di:stage included! From ‘Golgo 13’, a manga and anime series that began back in the 1960s, comes a figma of the professional assassin, Duke Togo.
- Using the smooth yet poseable joints of figma, you can act out various scenes.
- A flexible plastic is used for the suit, allowing proportions to be kept without compromising posability.
- Poses of him aiming his rifle can easily be taken using the joints placed in the neck.
- Two weapons are included – the well-known M16 as well as the 38-caliber revolver. The M16 can also be separated and stored in the included attache case.
- In addition to the normal face, a grinning face with clenched teeth is included.
- Various hand parts are included, including a hand to hold his cigar, as well as hands to hold his weapons in various ways.
- In addition to the normal figma stand, the new generation display base ‘di:stage: Basic Set’ will be sold together with Golgo 13. A paper vignette in the image of a motel and speech bubbles are also included to really recreate the unique world of Golgo 13.
Golgo 13, also known by the pseudonym Duke Togo, is a professional assassin. His age and birthplace are unknown and there is no consensus in the worldwide intelligence community as to his true identity. Most of his jobs are completed through the use of a customized, scoped M16 rifle.
Duke’s alias (“Golgo 13”) contains references to the death of Jesus Christ. Golgo is short for Golgotha, the place of Jesus’ crucifixion.The number 13 is considered an unlucky number in Christianity because there were thirteen participants at Jesus’ Last Supper before his execution. Also, Golgo 13’s logo is a skeleton wearing a Crown of Thorns.
The origin of Golgo 13 is left in complete mystery, his age and birthplace both completely unknown. Various episodes throughout the Golgo 13 series have tried answering this mystery, but all of the origin episodes end with a note of uncertainty that never make sense if the story’s theory was definitely true. See details