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Dragon Ball Z - Son Goku - Son Goku SSJ - Son Goku SSJ2 - Son Goku SSJ3 - Mega Premium Masterline  (MPMDBZ-01DX) - 1/4 - DX Version (MegaHouse, Prime 1 Studio)Dragon Ball Z - Son Goku - Son Goku SSJ - Son Goku SSJ2 - Son Goku SSJ3 - Mega Premium Masterline (MPMDBZ-01DX) - 1/4 - DX Version (MegaHouse, Prime 1 Studio)¥ Osta¥ Osta

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Dragon Ball Z - Son Goku - Son Goku SSJ - Son Goku SSJ2 - Son Goku SSJ3 - Mega Premium Masterline  (MPMDBZ-01DX) - 1/4 - DX Version (MegaHouse, Prime 1 Studio)
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1/4  W=480mm (18.72in)  L=470mm (18.33in)  H=659mm (25.7in, 1:1=2.64m)
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09/2020 As Limited + Exclusive
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19300g
Japanilainen6,008 osumaa • 32 kommenttia16 suosikkia

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Limited to TBD pieces

DX version includes :
・Four alternate Portraits (Normal, Super Saiyan 1, Super Saiyan 2, Super Saiyan 3)
・Lighting effect parts to display with SSJ2 and SSJ3 portraits

Size with alternative head :
View spoilerHide spoiler[H:63.6cm W:48cm D:47.1cm] (Normal Portrait)
[H:63.6cm W:48cm D:46.7cm] (Super Saiyan1 /Super Saiyan 2)
[H:65.9cm W:48cm D:47cm] (Super Saiyan 3)


Orders via Prime 1 Studio, Premium Bandai, Jump Characters Store, Toei Animation Online Shop and AmiAmi start the 8th August 2019 at 13:00JST

Orders via Prime 1 Studio will includes a special Dragon Ball Z logo stand

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Shogunyan1 vuotta sitten#62355741I dunno about you guys, but I would much rather spend my money on a licensed piece than an unlicensed one. If I'm going to spend $100s on a statue, I want that money going towards the series in some capacity, not someone capitalizing on an amazing license without ever giving anything to the creators. Even if I love an unlicensed statue (and a lot of them are very cool), I won't support that practice. I think plenty of collectors are the same way, and this statue is easily the best DBZ piece I've ever seen, licensed or otherwise.
I completely agree with this. There are a lot of unlicensed statues out there, some even looking very good. But I have a moral issue with this because these people are in a sense profiteering off the backs of the original creators, animators, studios, etc by going unlicensed. My budget is limited and there more and more licensed statue studios out there like P1, Tsume, Oniri-creations, Ryu-Studio, Taka Corp, Kitsune, Figurama. It seems like every few months a new official studio is starting up. With so much choice (and good quality), I stick to these official ones. That way I can have a cool collectable piece while supporting the industry. Because if nobody buys official products, the industry would severely shrink.

As for this particular piece, it looks magnificent! I own the P1 Kenshiro and the quality is phenomenal! I've seen their Kinnikiman which also looks fantastic. So even though it's a very expensive piece, I'm thinking of picking it up. It's 1/4 scale with LED's so that has also bumped up the price. There 4 interchangeable heads in the DX version and you can choose to add the lightning effects or leave them out. That means you can change the look of your statue from time to time. So yeah, thinking of going for this one.

Now I just need to convince my wife ...
2 kuukautta sitten
Is there any shops out there that can preorder and ship this statue over to Australia?
Prime 1 website charging 1300 USD for statue and 1000 USD for shipping to Australia... Lol
If so please contact me at Jay1987@live.com.au
5 kuukautta sitten
Now available to pre-order @ AnimUK: bit.ly/36zuYGw
5% available off all pre-orders!
6 kuukautta sitten
Wow I just noticed the price. That's completely insane, no wonder people go for unlicensed resins which look far better as well plus cheaper.
My witcher P1 were ok relatively in price but this is like double the price when it's clearly inferior to any of piece of the witcher line.

Edit: nevermind I understand now since megahouse is collaborating. Lol short sad story
7 kuukautta sitten
darkstar1310 kuukautta sitten#65235811Licensed VS Unlicensed...I'm wondering which one captures Toriyama's original vision more...
Brands and big company names mean very little in the statue industry imo.
If the sculptor is not fit for the project and can't work in the required style the outcome won't be great.
If the people approving the project are not familiar enough with the brand & character the outcome won't be great.
In the end it's not the license or company name that make a figure/statue great, but the people behind it. It's easy to tell if the sculptor isn't passionate about a project or if the company/licensor just wants to make a quick buck.
If I look at Nintendo statues by First4Figures for example, they take years to develop, because they have to rework them over and over again. Nintendo cares about its characters, a consistent style and high quality products.
And that's what I do expect from a licensed product. A premium product that's better than the rest because of the combined expertise of the licensor, creator and the company tackling the project.
https://static.myfigurecollection.net/image/darkstar131565472788.jpeg


Wow, the Unlicensed statue looks really great. where can i buy a statue like this and is it safe to buy from places that sell Unlicensed figures?
10 kuukautta sitten
I strongly disagree with official looks better than unofficial look up vegeta vs c-19 statue > most of the official statues on the market not all of them I would feel guilty about unlicensed but the price gouging on them and the fact the creator refuses to stop dick riding goku and just the lack of statues on the official market leave people with no choice you can't buy products that don't exist and not everyone will have over 1.350k plus another $300+ for shipping which leaves you with the unofficial market with a wide variety of great high quality statues around the $400 and + price point you argue about it taking away from he creator but every official statue sells out so they get the max amount of money regardless
10 kuukautta sitten
Imo it looks closer to the Jump Force art style than anything else (talking about the base form with black hair here), but it doesn't really match that either(textures and proportions match but hair is different among other things)

That's fine, in the end we agree to disagree. I wish I could like this Goku, I really do. Otherwise I wouldn't comment here as I had hoped for more by a company like Prime1 who usually put out great pieces.

Happy for those who don't see any flaws with this and can get it for their collection.

Shogunyan10 kuukautta sitten#65438228It's pretty clearly not based on Jump Force, not sure where you got that from? I'm also not sure why you say the hype seems to be especially in the Western market. From what I heard, he's sold ridiculously well in Asia so far too. The general sentiment I've seen is that many people think this is the best Goku statue by a long shot. I'd agree, but that's neither here nor there.
The thing is, no matter how you want to justify it, IP theft is stealing. It doesn't matter if you wouldn't buy the licensed thing anyways, it's still stealing IP. That's like saying it's not stealing to illegally download a movie because you weren't planning on paying to see it anyways. It's still stealing. You are still getting someone else's licensed creative property without giving them proper credit for it.
I'm not saying that makes you a bad person or making a moral judgment. But I think a lot of people will not buy unlicensed statues on principle. Personally, I like DBZ too much to shell out $600 on something that is essentially stealing from Akira Toriyama. I'd much rather pay $1350 when I know a portion of that goes towards actually supporting the franchise (and the statue will look better and be higher quality too, imo).
10 kuukautta sitten
It's pretty clearly not based on Jump Force, not sure where you got that from? I'm also not sure why you say the hype seems to be especially in the Western market. From what I heard, he's sold ridiculously well in Asia so far too. The general sentiment I've seen is that many people think this is the best Goku statue by a long shot. I'd agree, but that's neither here nor there.

The thing is, no matter how you want to justify it, IP theft is stealing. It doesn't matter if you wouldn't buy the licensed thing anyways, it's still stealing IP. That's like saying it's not stealing to illegally download a movie because you weren't planning on paying to see it anyways. It's still stealing. You are still getting someone else's licensed creative property without giving them proper credit for it.

I'm not saying that makes you a bad person or making a moral judgment. But I think a lot of people will not buy unlicensed statues on principle. Personally, I like DBZ too much to shell out $600 on something that is essentially stealing from Akira Toriyama. I'd much rather pay $1350 when I know a portion of that goes towards actually supporting the franchise (and the statue will look better and be higher quality too, imo).

darkstar1310 kuukautta sitten#65411853Maybe it's based on the Jump Force game that recently came out.
I understand that most collectors (especially the western market) are happy with the Prime1 statue, everyone has a different taste. I could never justify that kind of money on something that isn't in the closest accurate to the anime/manga or Toriyama's old artwork imo.
About the licensed vs unlicensed in general, of course it doesn't benefit the creator and I would love to see something like for Wonfes happen where people can obtain licenses for a certain time outside of Japan to sell Garage Kits.
I'd like to see smaller studios getting a chance as well if they're passionate about the franchise and respect the creator's original vision.
But it's not realistic because those holding the copyright are large corporations and don't care about small fry like this. They like to rake in the money, that's why the Edition Size for licensed statues is in the thousands.
Many companies have tried to obtain the license before but were declined, while others with a big name were accepted.
Life is too short for me to wait for something that may never actually be made by any company out there.
You can't "steal" from the creators if they're never doing something I would buy anyway.
It's the same argument the content industry is using all the time, they're losing money because of some competitor who released a product for much cheaper.
Actually those people wouldn't have bought their product anyway because it's too expensive, the competitor is serving a completely different clientele.
If people like Prime1's piece they will buy it, no matter how many customs are out there.
If they don't like it, they would't buy it even if there were no customs out there. I never understood people who settle to buy something they don't like because there are no options.
But everyone is free to do whatever they like :) That's just how I think about the whole statue situation, as someone who owns mostly licensed merch and spent quite a bit of money on this hobby.
10 kuukautta sitten
Maybe it's based on the Jump Force game that recently came out.

I understand that most collectors (especially the western market) are happy with the Prime1 statue, everyone has a different taste. I could never justify that kind of money on something that isn't in the closest accurate to the anime/manga or Toriyama's old artwork imo.

About the licensed vs unlicensed in general, of course it doesn't benefit the creator and I would love to see something like for Wonfes happen where people can obtain licenses for a certain time outside of Japan to sell Garage Kits.
I'd like to see smaller studios getting a chance as well if they're passionate about the franchise and respect the creator's original vision.

But it's not realistic because those holding the copyright are large corporations and don't care about small fry like this. They like to rake in the money, that's why the Edition Size for licensed statues is in the thousands.

Many companies have tried to obtain the license before but were declined, while others with a big name were accepted.

Life is too short for me to wait for something that may never actually be made by any company out there.

You can't "steal" from the creators if they're never doing something I would buy anyway.
It's the same argument the content industry is using all the time, they're losing money because of some competitor who released a product for much cheaper.
Actually those people wouldn't have bought their product anyway because it's too expensive, the competitor is serving a completely different clientele.

If people like Prime1's piece they will buy it, no matter how many customs are out there.
If they don't like it, they would't buy it even if there were no customs out there. I never understood people who settle to buy something they don't like because there are no options.

But everyone is free to do whatever they like :) That's just how I think about the whole statue situation, as someone who owns mostly licensed merch and spent quite a bit of money on this hobby.


Shogunyan10 kuukautta sitten#65388089They're both very nice looking statues, but it's a bit dishonest to suggest that one looks more like Toriyama's intent than the other when you're only holding up the direct inspiration for one of them. I'd argue the Prime 1 looks higher quality and far more dynamic as a statue. I like the other one more as an art print.
But more importantly, it's weird that you'd argue about Toriyama's intent when you're also saying you're fine stealing his IP. Unlicensed statues are unlicensed because they don't care to actually give any money to the creator. I'm fine with artists doing that in small batches, but at the point where you're doing 300-500+ runs, it's straight-up IP theft which hurts the creator whose work you love. For that reason, licensed statues always have the high ground for me. Even if I love an unlicensed statue, I won't buy it on principle.
10 kuukautta sitten
Yeah, stealing IP generally means you can charge way less. Because, you know, you're not giving any compensation to the official IP. Your stance is that you support and defend stealing because it's cheaper. It's very weird that you're talking about greed while defending people who are literally stealing IP on large quantity orders because they don't want to go through official routes.

Again, I'm fine with artists making a few dozen of whatever they want in a small batch. But when you're making similar production runs to legit companies, you are outright stealing from the creator of a series you claim to like.

DarkMagician10 kuukautta sitten#65388136I like the Unofficial statues and I would try and defend the IP but when you see how expensive the official statues end up costing because of it you loose my support for a 1/4 to cost over 1.5K that's straight up greed for the IP they are ripping off customers left and right with this Goku statue and the unofficial statues are amazing and offer far more affordability and variety than anything the official lines offer but again if they weren't so fucking greedy I would at least try to defend them
10 kuukautta sitten
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