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[Updated] Kingdom Hearts II Sora Static Arts Gallery releasing end of May in North America, and March 17, 2017, in Japan

Update 3: Square Enix Merchandise North America have just announced pre-orders for the Kingdom Hearts II Sora Static Arts Gallery figure on the Square Enix Online Store, with release in North America scheduled for end of May 2017. The product's retail price is listed as $49.99. For more details, read more here.

Update 2: The Kingdom Hearts II Sora Static Arts Gallery figure is now available for pre-order on the Square Enix Japan e-store, with an official release date of March 25, 2017. The figure shows a retail price of 4,940 yen including tax.

Update 1: The Kingdom Hearts II Sora Static Arts PVC figure is up for pre-order at the Japanese retailer AmiAmi with the release date listed as March 17, 2017. The figure dimensions are listed as 65mm x 85mm x 138mm, with pictures as provided below.






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The original article follows.

The Kingdom Hearts II Sora Static Arts Gallery figure, whose prototype was previously displayed at New York Comic Con 2016, has surfaced on Amazon Japan for pre-order. The product is expected to release on March 31st, 2017, three days after the 15th anniversary of the Kingdom Hearts series. The figure is available for 5,184 yen including tax, and a preview can be viewed below.

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A picture of the prototype showcased at New York Comic Con 2016 can be viewed below for comparison.

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Another new figure, the Kingdom Hearts III Sora Play Arts Kai, was released in Japan last week, featuring an interesting text preluding the plot of Kingdom Hearts III.

Do you own any official Kingdom Hearts figures? Are you planning to add this to your collection? Let us know in the comments!

What a fresh smile on Sora's Dial!

 

I do own a Roxas Play Arts Kai figure. Play arts kai figures are great when it comes to details of weapons and clothing but suffers from issues with the how reproducible the quality of their faces are. Some people get really good faces on their figures while other aren't as lucky. One thing I can say is that photos of items may look better than the actual product.

 

I've never owned a static arts figure before so I can't comment much except that the photos look amazing!

do want do want do want!!!

Wow his face actually looks like soras! I never owned a Play arts kai nor Static kai but I kinda want this one

What a fresh smile on Sora's Dial!

 

I do own a Roxas Play Arts Kai figure. Play arts kai figures are great when it comes to details of weapons and clothing but suffers from issues with the how reproducible the quality of their faces are. Some people get really good faces on their figures while other aren't as lucky. One thing I can say is that photos of items may look better than the actual product.

 

I've never owned a static arts figure before so I can't comment much except that the photos look amazing!

 

Yeah, the faces and to an extent, knee joints visible are what sets me back from getting these.

 

Hopefully these don't suffer QC, but I doubt it at the sametime seeing as the PAK's QC is still on and off to this day.