Good Smile Opens Preorders for Nendoroid Denji and Power

Image source: Good Smile Company website

Nendoroid figures of Chainsaw Man‘s Denji and Power are now available for pre-order on the Good Smile Company website. Nendoroid Denji is priced at 6,100 yen/US$40.99, while Nendoroid Power is priced at 5,500 yen/US$36.99.

The Nendoroid Denji parts allow the Chainsaw Man protagonist to be displayed as his human self or in his Chainsaw Man form. The latter includes a head part with the tip of the chainsaw covered by a large splash of blood and one with Denji’s tongue sticking out. Pochita is also part of the set.

As for Nendoroid Power, she can be equipped with her blood hammer or blood spears, and she has a pouting face plate option in addition to more proud-looking expressions (the official description labels the three face plate options as “standard,” “smiling,” and “eating”). Similar to how Nendoroid Denji has Pochita, Nendoroid Power comes with her cat Meowy. Her set also includes a dismembered arm.

Nendoroid Denji and Nendoroid Power are available for pre-order from October 6, 8 PM PST to October 26, 11:59 PM PST and is estimated to ship in January 2023. The non-U.S Good Smile webstore lists October 7, 12 PM JST to October 27, 12 PM JST as the pre-order period and November as the release month.

Both products will not able to be shipped to a number of countries due to licensing reasons. These include the Russian Federation, Hong Kong, Macao, South Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines, Vietnam, India, and more.

Source: Good Smile Company website

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