Bandai America Launches One Piece Action Figures

by Jay Cochran
March 18, 2021
Calling all action figures and anime fans! Bandai America, the company behind the sensational Anime Heroes line, is thrilled to announce that One Piece action figures can be found at select retailers today! Fans can be first in line to get their hands on the famous Luffy, Zoro, and Sanji at Amazon/Target (April), Walmart (June) and other retailers coming later this summer!

One Piece action figures are highly detailed 6.5-inch figures, equipped with over 16 points of articulation allowing fans to recreate beloved moments from the anime series. Whether that’s confronting other pirates or sailing through the Grand Line, these action figures are ready for any adventure!

Pulling key elements from the animation, each character comes equipped with their most notable characteristics and accessories - perfect for re-creating your favorite scenes.

Luffy, in true captain style, sports his iconic straw hat! As founder of the Straw Hat Pirates, this hat has been by his side for every wild adventure. Zoro, known as “Pirate Hunter”, will famously come equipped with his three swords that have helped him defeat many enemies! Last but not least, Sanji (also known as “Black Leg”), will come equipped with a “Diable Jambe”, the latest addition to his fighting style, which adds extreme heat to the impact of his kicks!

All packaging is influenced by Japanese art so both collectors and action figure enthusiasts can enjoy, in or out of the package.

“We’re thrilled to bring this new line of figures to the Anime Heroes umbrella!” said Cisco Maldonado, Senior Director – Brand Strategy, Bandai America. “Pre-sales have already shown how dedicated the One Piece fan base is, and we’re beyond excited to be able to provide these figures to collectors.”

The story of One Piece is an epic adventure about treasure hunting pirate, Monkey D. Luffy, who is on a quest to become the King of the Pirates. Luffy and his friends journey through the treacherous waters of the Grand Line and beyond in search for the legendary treasure, One Piece, that once belonged to Pirate King Gol D. Roger. Before Gol D. Roger’s death, he revealed to everyone that his treasure, the One Piece, was hidden at the end of the Grand Line. This inspired people to become pirates and sail toward the treasure, beginning the Great Age of Pirates. The World of One Piece is exciting and imaginative and fans will have so much fun recreating their favorite moments from the hit series!

You can pre-order these at Amazon.com now and will be out on March 25, 2021. See our affiliate links below:

Anime Heroes One Piece Luffy

Anime Heroes One Piece Zoro

Anime Heroes One Piece Sanji
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DylanRaven055 - 2020-12-16 @ 3:13 pm
On 12/13/2020 at 9:33 AM, Mr_Scary92 said:

Bandai MX is a joke of carrier, I also find it troubling how they handle all the lines from McFarlane Toys, I haven't seen any of their figures in my city since April. As I mentioned before, the worst thing is that there are a lot of people who actually support them.

Yeap, unfortunately, a lot of ppl do. 

Mr_Scary92 - 2020-12-13 @ 3:33 pm
49 minutes ago, DylanRaven055 said:

Just my thoughts. The line is too expensive here to be worth buying. And I've only seen the Saint Seiya ones. No sign of the My Hero Academia figs. I was hoping for this to be an affordable and widely available line. But guess I'd be better putting my money elsewhere.

Bandai MX is a joke of carrier, I also find it troubling how they handle all the lines from McFarlane Toys, I haven't seen any of their figures in my city since April. As I mentioned before, the worst thing is that there are a lot of people who actually support them.

DylanRaven055 - 2020-12-13 @ 2:43 pm
On 12/11/2020 at 11:08 AM, Mr_Scary92 said:

...and the actual figures will look and feel more like a knock off, no, sorry there are some chinese knock offs that are actually better than those. The funny thing is that the mexican carrier want us to pay like $35-$40 for those things the sad thing is there are many people who actually will pay that much.

Just my thoughts. The line is too expensive here to be worth buying. And I've only seen the Saint Seiya ones. No sign of the My Hero Academia figs. I was hoping for this to be an affordable and widely available line. But guess I'd be better putting my money elsewhere.

RoddyDrama - 2020-12-11 @ 10:41 pm

I was hoping we'd get One Piece in this line. Hope we get second waves of these franchises too cause so far it's one and done.

Mr_Scary92 - 2020-12-11 @ 5:08 pm

...and the actual figures will look and feel more like a knock off, no, sorry there are some chinese knock offs that are actually better than those. The funny thing is that the mexican carrier want us to pay like $35-$40 for those things the sad thing is there are many people who actually will pay that much.

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