Buy Your Own Set of Daft Punk Action Figures
Picture it now. Christmas morning, coffee in your hand, rubbing your groggy eyes as you stumble your way towards the Christmas tree. And then you see it. Daft Punk is playing at your house (thank you, LCD Soundsystem).
Impossible? That’s what you think! Bandai and Japan’s S.H. Figuarts have created Daft Punk action figures to be produced and sold to the masses, CoS reports.
The six-inch tall versions of Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo were created with the duo’s help, and according to the website, they will be fully-equipped for some sick GI Joe fighting action, as they are “designed to perfectly mimic the range of motion of the human body”.
The figures are dressed in the band’s sleek, black attire from their acclaimed, most recent album, Random Access Memories. The action figures hit shelves on Dec. 27, and you can pre-order them here.
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