1/12 Scale Tekken Kazumi Mishima Figure Images & Details From Storm Collectibles

by Jay Cochran
July 12, 2018
Kazuya is one of the main character in Tekken series and the son of Heihachi Mishima and Kazumi Mishima. Kazuya was raised as the heir to the Mishima Zaibstsu, but rebelled against his father Heihachi. After awakening the power of the devil within him, hes finally able to control it.

Figure set includes:
- Fully articulated & highly detailed Kazuya body
- 3 x Interchanging Kazuya Head-Sculpt
- 4 x Pair of hands
- 1 x Electric Wind God Fist Effect

Release Date: November 2018
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EvilHayato - 2018-08-05 @ 3:48 am
3 hours ago, FASVB said:

I saw that and I aso commented on Kitana and Mileena on specif topic that talks about Storm Collectibles reveals for SDCC.

I also prefer the classic ninjas

I havent been active on this forum for some time and just recently started back since its new revamp-ness. I just went to that forum topic and it seems we have very similar tastes with their products. I really hope the females turn out well as Kitana was my main in MK2 vs my brothers who was Mileena. But I wont be sad if they dont come out great as it will just allow me to save some money for their other stuff. Namely all the cybers.

FASVB - 2018-08-05 @ 12:21 am
3 hours ago, EvilHayato said:

They showed his full fig at SDCC this year. I was sadly not impressed however Ive never been much of a fan of that look for Subby. The female ninjas also looked alittle off to me. Im sure once they get into production and finalized they come out awesome. I m very intrigued to see how they will pull off the female body. They did Chun Li from Street Fighter and she didnt look bad except for how shes originally designed with her awkwardly sized thighs but thats source accurate so thats not on Storm.

I saw that and I aso commented on Kitana and Mileena on specif topic that talks about Storm Collectibles reveals for SDCC.

I also prefer the classic ninjas

EvilHayato - 2018-08-04 @ 9:02 pm
On 7/13/2018 at 2:43 AM, FASVB said:

Storm Collectibles never disappoints. I am gonna pass on this one just because I prefer MK figures. It's my favorite fighting game, but when they release the KoF and the classic SFII figures I will forced to pick some characters that I like.

Speaking of that, have you seen the preview for the MKIII Sub Zero? At least it seems that is him. The image is blurry on purpose.

They showed his full fig at SDCC this year. I was sadly not impressed however Ive never been much of a fan of that look for Subby. The female ninjas also looked alittle off to me. Im sure once they get into production and finalized they come out awesome. I m very intrigued to see how they will pull off the female body. They did Chun Li from Street Fighter and she didnt look bad except for how shes originally designed with her awkwardly sized thighs but thats source accurate so thats not on Storm.

FASVB - 2018-07-13 @ 6:43 am

Storm Collectibles never disappoints. I am gonna pass on this one just because I prefer MK figures. It's my favorite fighting game, but when they release the KoF and the classic SFII figures I will forced to pick some characters that I like.

Speaking of that, have you seen the preview for the MKIII Sub Zero? At least it seems that is him. The image is blurry on purpose.

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