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Migi, or Righty, which is a monster that takes over the right hand of the protagonist of Parasyste.
Parasyte the movie is based on the Japanese manga series that was running from 1990 to 1995.
Recently there has been a resurgence of Parasyte with the anime series showing on TV and the movie coming out next month.
Hollywood owned the rights to Parasyte for close to 15 years but with no real talk of a movie the rights were returned to the original creators.
Righty is a 1/1 scale life size soft vinyl that stands 14 inches tall.
The paint master is done by Yoshio Masataka of KAIBUTSUYA.
The sculpt is Righty from the original manga series with the philosophy of reimagining how Righty would look if it existed in real life.
We are very proud how the skin tone shows the natural effect of the fleshy undertone.
The figurine is unbelievably realist with the bottom of Righty just like a human palm.
The figure is unbelievably realistic and almost grotesque at times, but strangely it has the familiarity and almost adorable characteristic of E.T.
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