Saint Seiya: Dragon Shiryu

Tenth Scale Statue by Iron Studios
Estimated Arrival: Q3 2024


Iron Studios presents Saint Seiya Dragon Shiryu Art Scale 1/10 Statue

On the stairs that connect the Twelve Houses in the mythic Sanctuary of Athena, the saint whose name means Purple Dragon because of his constellation, raises his right hand with an extremely serene countenance preparing his secret technique. Burning a powerful cosmos, with his long dark hair raised, he prepares to create a volley shape which will throw any opponent to the air, a power capable of even reversing the flow of a waterfall. Iron Studios proudly present the statue "Dragon Shiryu - Saint Seiya - Art Scale 1/10", the most mature and wise of the 5 Bronze Saints tasked with the mission of protecting the Goddess Athena.

Shiryu wears the emerald Bronze cloth of the Dragon constellation, a jewel among the other clothes due to its legendary defense properties. Little is known about his childhood, he was adopted by Mitsumasa Kido, and, under the care of the Graad Foundation, he was trained with 99 other orphans. After a few years there was finally a raffle that would reveal where each of the 100 children would be sent to receive further training in order to earn a cloth and become a Saint. Shiryu was sent to train at the Five Ancient Peaks of Lushan, in China, where he would be trained by the Gold Saint Dohko, also known as the Old Master. After years of intense training, Shiryu finally managed to pass the final test of reversing the waterfall of the Five Peaks and earned the Dragon Cloth. Tall with dark hair, Shiryu has a dragon tattoo on his back that appears whenever his cosmos at its maximum, and the dragon’s right claw shows exactly where his heart is.

Originally created in the manga by Masami Kuramada in 1986 and adapted to anime by Toei Animation between 1986 and 1989, the Saint Seiya show tells the story of 5 mystic bronze saints that fight to protect the human incarnation of the Goddess Athena, wearing sacred cloths, based on many constellations.

The Saint Seiya Dragon Shiryu Art Scale 1/10 Statue features:
Limited edition
Based on original references
Made in polystone - *(May contain parts in resin, polystone, PVC, metal and fabric)

Product Specifications
License: Saint Seiya
Product Type: 1:10 Scale Statue
Manufactured by: Iron Studios
Product Size: 9.5” in (H) x 6.8” in (W) x 5.5” in (D)
24,2 cm (H) X 17,2 cm (W) X 14 cm (D)

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.

These estimates are by no means a guarantee of your final shipping cost - your final cost could be less or more. In the event that you aren't happy with the shipping costs, please contact us regarding other options, such as you providing your own shipping labels, a local pickup, or palletizing your order together with other figures and sending you freight on a pallet. We will always do our best to help you save money.

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