One Piece Figuarts Zero Bon Clay & Miss All Sunday! Tamashii Nation

What, you thought I was done talking about the massive number of One Piece figure prototypes that Bandai Japan displayed at Tamashii Nation 2014 over the weekend? Nope! In fact, the number of figures left to discuss is still in the double digits! Continuing on with my discussions of the newly-revealed One Piece Figuarts Zero figures, we have Mr. 2 Bon Clay and Nico Robin Miss All Sunday!

Tamashii Nations 2014 Winter One Piece Figuarts Zero Nico Robin Miss All-Sunday Mr. 2 Bon ClayJust when we all believed Bandai Japan was done making pre-timeskip One Piece Figuarts Zero figures, they surprise us all by backtracking and showing off a bunch of prototypes for One Piece statues from the Alabastaba arc! Over the weekend I chatted about the Figuarts Zero Vivi and Carue figures, and now let’s take a look at the villainous side of the Alabastaba arc.

Mr. 2 Bon Clay Figuarts Zero One Piece Figure Tamashii Nation 2014

If any of the Baroque Works officers would be considered “popular”, the plans Mr. 2 Bon Kurei (Bon Clay) would be at the top of that list. The master of Okama Kenpo is outfitted in his most iconic attire, his pink and blue ballerina clothes.

With a dynamic pose and great face sculpt, this is is the best toy of Mr. 2 I can recall seeing. I’m a big Mr. 2 fan and missed out on the One Piece POP Bon Clay figure, so I’d love to get this more affordable–and better-posed–figure of my favorite okama from Bandai.

One Piece Figuarts Zero Nico Robin Miss All Sunday Figure AlabastaNico Robin also took center stage at Tamashii Nation 2014 in her first-appearance Miss All Sunday attire! This white coat and cowboy hat look is the best for Nico Robin, in my opinion, and is astoundingly an appearance MegaHouse hasn’t done in figure form. For that reason, the Miss All Sunday Figuarts Zero figure is near the top of my One Piece FAZ wish list now.

Figuarts Zero One Piece Tamashii Nation 2014 Crocodile Figure ReissueAlso on display at the 2014 Tamashii Nation in Akihabara is the previously-released One Piece Figuarts Zero Crocodile figure. It would definitely make logical sense for the Warlord to be reissued if the rest of the Alabastaba figures (Vivi, Carue, Mr. 2, Miss All Sunday) are heading for production.

Tamashii Nation 2014 Nico Robin Figuarts Zero One Piece Figure Miss All SundayThe fact that Bandai has brought back the Mr. 2 Bon Clay Figuarts Zero figure prototype to show off again after not releasing it for two years gives me real hope that Bandai Tamashii Nations is serious about getting Bon-chan out there this time. It just makes no sense to keep showing off a toy that you’re not going to give customers the opportunity to buy.

Are One Piece Figuarts Zero Bon Clay and Miss All Sunday high on your wish lists, One Piece collectors? Would you buy these figures if Bandai Japan ever actually produced them, or are you perfectly content if these never get past the prototype form?


One Piece Figuarts Zero Bon Clay & Miss All Sunday! Tamashii Nation — 4 Comments

  1. Ive been wanting that Mr 2 since I saw pictures of him.. since he back again Ive got high hopes he will be released but can see him being a web exclusive..

  2. Awesome Bon Clay. The Robin looks awesome in that outfit but the pose looks like it’s going to be more of a pain to keep standing than him.

  3. DEFINITELY SURE BUY ALL!!! and i hope they release all the others that have been display already 2 years ago, but not yet released, Like Urouge, Bege, Apoo, Ryuma, Zeff, Mr.1, Mr.3, Ms Golderweek, and Chopper points. I will be really disppointed if they will not release this figures since they already showed them all last 2012.