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One Piece‘s Monkey D. Luffy can stretch his arm to incredible lengths. Now you can display that sheer power in your living room.

Banpresto is rolling out a whole new line of One Piece merchandise in Japanese arcades for fans to get out of crane games this fall.


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A new brand of high-quality figures called “FLAG DIAMOND SHIP” will debut in mid-September with Boa Hancock as its first character. This figure measures 23 centimeters (about 9 inches) in height.

One Piece Turned into Adorable Traditional Japanese Dolls


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The “One Piece World Collectible Figures 20th Limited vol. 1″ series of figures are based off of creator Eiichiro Oda’s 20th anniversary illustration for One Piece. The collection has five different figures up for grabs: Luffy, Robin, a sofa for a character to sit on, Nami, and Chopper. Volume one will be available beginning in mid-September.


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The “One Piece World Collectible Figures 20th Limited vol. 1″ series of figures contains Zoro, Usopp, Franky, Sanji, and Brook. Each figure must be gotten out of the crane game machine separately, so get those coins ready!

New One Piece Pirate Bling Will Cost Quite a Few Dubloons


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The “One Piece Super Long Figure ~Gum-Gum Pistol~” figure measures 35 centimeters in height (about 13.7 inches). The figure will be available in crane game machines beginning in mid-September.

You can check a full list of upcoming One Piece merch at Banpresto’s website.


You can watch the One Piece anime as it airs in Japan on Crunchyroll and FUNimation, with the latter releasing the series on home video in North America. Viz Media publishes the manga in English in North America.

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