First announced in February 2022, these Naruto Playmobile figures are part of the German toy brand’s Naruto Shippuden Playmobil Edition collection, which features 24 different 3-inch figures inspired by the anime series.
Perfect for kids who love to recreate legendary moments from the cult TV series and adult fans who find pleasure in collecting anime merch, these articulated Naruto Playmobile figures include the anime’s titular protagonist Naruto Uzumaki as well as his loyal friends, Sasuke Uchiha and Sakura Haruno. The figure lineup also includes figurines of Naruto’s father, Minato; Naruto’s love interest, Hinata; Sasuke’s brother, Itachi; and Pain, the leader of the criminal organization Akatsuki.
Where to buy Naruto Playmobil figures
Priced at $7.99 each, the first 12 figures from the Naruto Shippuden Playmobil Edition collection are now available for purchase online at Playmobil.US, Entertainment Earth, and other e-commerce sites.
The first 12 Naruto Playmobile figures are Naruto, Sakura, Sasuke, Kakashi, Tobi, Kisame, Kakuzu, Hidan, Tsunade, Shizune, Iruka, and Yamato. Check out the gallery below to see the photos of the first 12 figures.
It’s unclear when the 12 remaining figures will be launched. And while the final lineup has yet to be confirmed, Playmobil revealed last year that its collection of Naruto Playmobil figurines will include the following characters: Obitu, Rock Lee, Itachi, Gaara, Madara, Shikamaru, Pain, Minato, Hinata, Might Guy, Suigetsu, Killer Bee, and Asuma
What is Naruto Shippuden?
Developed by Studio Pierrot and directed by Hayato Date, Naruto: Shippuden is the sequel to the original Naruto anime, which originally ran from October 2002 to Febraury 2007. Naruto: Shippuden premiered on Japanese TV in February 2007 and concluded in March 2017. Covering the Part II of the Naruto manga series, Naruto: Shippuden still centers on the titular character, who wants to be the best ninja in the land. While he’s done well so far, the looming danger posed by the mysterious Akatsuki organization inspires him to train harder than ever and leaves his village for intense exercises that will push him to his limits.
Where to watch Naruto Shippuden
All 500 episodes of Naruto Shippuden are streaming on Crunchyroll in the United States. All 220 episodes of the original Naruto anime series are also available to stream on Crunchyroll.