Naruto Shippuden: Kisame Hoshigaki HQS

Eighth Scale Statue by Tsume Art
Estimated Arrival: Q1 2024


"It’s a special single war attack (…)" - Guy

"Super Shark Bomb Jutsu!" - Kisame


This 1/8 statue, intended to take place in front of Gaï Maïto - HQS, is an interpretation of the ultimate fight between the Master of Taijutsu, Might Guy, and the Suiton Expert, Kisame Hoshigaki, in the episode “Battle in Paradise! The Odd Beast vs. The Monster!“ from Naruto Shippuden. After the Monster of the Hidden Mist, infiltrating the island to locate Naruto and Killer B, emerges from the Waterfall of Truth with valuable information about the ninja alliance, he absorbs Killer B and Aoba's Chakra and escapes, pursued by the Sublime Green Beast of Prey of Konoha! This is the third time their forces clash, it will be the last! Determined to deliver his report at all costs, the Fish-Man hides it in the mouse of a shark and creates a thousand more to breach Guy's Chakra wall, two sharks attacking here at his side, ready to tear him apart.

Unable to destroy all of these predators, the Power of Youth’s Defender opens the Seventh Gate of Wonder and unleashes his secret weapon and most powerful attack: the Daytime Tiger! Endowed with superhuman strength according to Might Guy, the Cannibal retaliates with a special technique devouring the Chakra of his opponent. We thus see the Akatsuki Shark similar to the ocean’s most frightening predator, with his gills, shark skin, hair in fins, rows of sharp teeth and petrifying gaze of a cold-blooded killer, creating a gigantic Super Shark Bomb Jutsu in bluish transparent resin echoing the depths of the ocean! With outstretched hands, the ruthless Kisame hurls his hungry prehistoric monster with innumerable sharp teeth at his prey to make short work of it, this Suiton technique being a more powerful version of the Water Shark Bomb Jutsu. As he explains to his enemy “The Super Shark Bomb Jutsu attack is not a trivial technique. It absorbs all the Chakra it encounters and gains intensity, depending on the power of its opponent's ninjutsu.“ and he will demonstrate it to him.

As if to attract the feline's attention, a light springs from the shark bowels rising from the abyss of the ocean, crossing the watery Megalodon with its luminous reflection. The shock of the confrontation between the ferocious feline and the bloodthirsty shark unleashes the forces of the ocean, creating a setting of water and foam in transparent resin with different bluish hues around the Shark-Man and his ilk! Mastering all the power of his element, Itachi Uchiha's former partner will stop at nothing to succeed in his mission, whatever its end. On a watery blue edging, Kisame's name appears alongside the crossed-out acronym of the Kiri village which he has deserted. This final message to send reminds us that this solitary predator chooses his own trajectory, and having little fear of troubled waters, will decide for himself the end of his story!

Product Specifications:

Approximate Dimensions: W: 18" (44cm) D: 19" (47cm) H: 19" (46cm)
Materials: Resin PVC, Metal, LEDs
Limited Edition: 1200 Pieces

This item is a Pre-Order! That means it is still in production and we do not yet know delivery costs. Delivery costs will not be shown in shopping cart or orders until the item is ready to ship.

Please note that by placing this order your deposit is non-refundable unless the manufacturer cancels production. 

Most sixth scale figures come double-boxed automatically when purchased through Secret Compass! Most other dealers will slap a label right on the cardboard shipper and ship that way with no protection. Secret Compass recognizes the value in your collectible figure and we always double-box the cardboard shipper, which comes fresh out of a master case so it shows no sign of shipping before it ships to you.

Because this item still in production, we do not know the final weight or dimensions, or even how many boxes there will be. Therefore, we cannot give you an accurate quote for shipping. Actual shipping rates will be determined when the item is in stock, and will be reflected on your final invoice.

The following are reasonable estimates for shipping based on the size/weight of various figures:

1/6 or 1/10 Scale Figures
Domestic: $20-$30
International: $60-$100

1/4 Scale (Premium Format Figures)
Domestic: $40-$60 per box
International: $100-$180 per box

1/3 Scale (Prime 1)
Domestic: $80-$180 per box
International: $150-$250 per box

1/2 Scale (Prime 1, Legendary Scale)
Domestic: $100-$200 per box
International: $200-$250 per box

Please note that size can vary greatly between different figures, and the above are only estimates based on figures we have seen in the past.

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