|If tt's not an action figure. It's not a statue...it's a Display Figure! These non-actioning figures are like little statues you can collect. Not particularly 'toys' they can be made of resin, PVC, hard plastic or other materials that hold detail well. Usually they're in cases or on bases, all the better for displaying.
This is an international page. The figures here can be from any country, and it will be noted near each one where it's from. Especially with more modern figures (Like First4Figures) the item may be produced in a certain country and mostly advertised there (ex. the USA) however since they're sold over the web, they ship anywhere in the world, making the items available to all.
The "International" approach to Sonic items is really the best one, because Sonic fans live everywhere on Earth and everyone wants an opportunity to collect.
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|Now here's a look at something rare!
This is a super limited edition resin statue of Soap Shoe Sonic that you had to both put together, and paint by yourself! Only then could you have this cool display figure seen in the photo.
As you can see, the kit came in a square box with sitting Soap Shoe Sonic on there & the design house name in the upper left corner. (It's in Japanese, you can't read it anyway) Inside the box looks like...just jumbled parts of the figure, in a tan colored resin.
|So, this thing was going to take some skill to have. Because putting the pieces together with glue and getting the seams perfect is one thing...then applying exactly the right paint colors the right way is yet another. It looks like you may have even had to put together the skate board he's holding.
This IS a great figure though, very Sonic Adventure without the 'big dumb grin' or odd poses. The shoes are very well sculpted, and the hand pose is nice as well. Here, someone has added a shiny base for him to stand on.
This was VERY limited edition. How limited? Maybe 40 were made.
It IS licensed (see Sega copyright at the bottom) and was only sold in Japan's Wonder-Fest around the time of SA2. So it's both super cool and super rare...which means it's likely also super costly. Photo discovered by: