The popular character Sir Crocodile from the manga and anime series One Piece is being brought to life in an expensive collectible figurine. The figurine, which is priced at $974, stands over two feet tall and features Sir Crocodile’s Suna Suna no Mi Devil Fruit, which gives him the power to control sand. Sir Crocodile is the leader of Baroque Works and a former Warlord of the Sea.
The limited edition figurine is available for pre-order on Sideshow and is expected to begin shipping in July 2024. There is a limit of one figure per person. Despite its high price, the figurine has generated interest among fans of the series.
In addition to the collectible figurine, Sir Crocodile has also been brought to life through cosplay. Fans have cosplayed as the character, showcasing their own interpretations of his appearance. One fan even created a genderswapped version of Sir Crocodile’s cosplay, referring to the fan theory that he is the biological parent of the series’ protagonist, Monkey D. Luffy.
In the One Piece series, Sir Crocodile initially serves as the primary antagonist during the Arabasta Saga. However, he later forms temporary alliances with the Straw Hat Pirates and other former Warlords. He plays an important role in saving Luffy’s life during the “Marineford” arc. More recently, Sir Crocodile has teamed up with fellow former Warlords to form a new criminal organization called Cross Guild.
The One Piece manga, written by Eiichiro Oda, is considered the best-selling manga of all time. It has over 1,000 chapters and has sold over 516 million copies worldwide. The story follows Luffy and his crew of pirates as they search for the hidden treasure known as One Piece. The manga has a dedicated fan base and has been adapted into an anime series.
Recently, Oda confirmed that One Piece has entered its final saga. This has led fans to speculate about the remaining mysteries in the story and the fates of key characters. Marshal D. Teach, also known as Blackbeard, and Imu, the current occupant of the Empty Throne, have been the focus of many theories.
The One Piece manga is distributed in North America by VIZ Media, and the anime adaptation is available on streaming platforms such as Crunchyroll, Netflix, and Hulu. With the release of the Sir Crocodile figurine, fans can now add a tangible representation of the iconic character to their collections.