From anime and manga One Piece, this is One Piece : Edward Newgate Shirohige PVC Figure . Affordable, high-detail, collectable figurines meticulously sculpted with uniform series scale- Introducing Figuarts ZERO. One Piece characters sculpted to with the utmost precision. Whitebeard Edward Newgate PVC figurine stands 23cm tall (towering over the other characters) and includes special display stand.
Edward Newgate (エドワード・二ューゲート Edowādo Nyūgēto), better known as Whitebeard (白ひげ Shirohige), the captain of the Whitebeard Pirates, was known as the “Man closest to One Piece” or “The Strongest Man in the World” (世界最強の男 Sekai Saikyō no Otoko) and was one of the Yonkou that ruled over the New World. While attempting to rescue Portgas D. Ace during the Battle of Marineford, Newgate received many fatal wounds from countless enemies and ultimately met his end at the hands of the Blackbeard Pirates, when all of the crew attacked him
In his younger days, he had no scars on his chest, donned an open vest, and his trademark mustache was nonexistent. Shirohige was an abnormally large human, roughly five times the size of a normal human. Unlike other large-sized humans, however, he was well-proportioned. He had a long face, ploughed because of the advanced age with many wrinkles around his eyes, and was very muscular. He wore a black bandanna around his head and adorned himself with a white captain’s coat which hung loosely from his broad shoulders and bore his Jolly Roger symbol. He was always seen bare-chested, and wore light, loose pants tucked inside his large boots, and a dark pirate sash around his waist.
Whitebeard Shirohige fought with a heavy halberd called a bisento, and was immensely skilled with it. The weapon’s size is massive, fitting that of its owner, with a striped pole (with the stripes being all plain brown in the anime, but red and yellow in the manga) ending in a spherical edge, and a curved, large blade attached to the pole via a golden part, decorated by what looks like a sea snake, with a thin part of it protruding on the blade itself. See details or see Other Version