Rylie Bean. Anime Merchandise. July 28th , 2018.
The Kotobukiya brand has grown into Japan's number one collector toy company. Kotobukiya was founded in 1953 in Tachikawa, Japan and quickly gained a stellar reputation for the craftsmanship and quality of their various products. Kotobukiya first became known to their fans with their famous line of Final Fantasy merchandise.
They farmed enthusiasm with several different products, with movies like "Ghost in the Shell" or "Akira" and cartoon series like "Dragonball Z," "Pokemon" and "Sailor Moon." The basic business model was to keep costs low, try a little of everything and see what works. Once their endeavors showed great success, the merchandise, the manga comics and the graphic novels made their way over as well. It was the basic economic edict of supply and demand. Give the fans what they want in every capacity, such as with figurines, costumes, backpacks, t-shirts, manga comics, DVDs, downloads and comic book series.
Anime collectors searching to expand their collections are also urged to go to their local hobby shops. What many people don't realize is that numerous hobby store owners and staff members are collectors as well. In fact, a locally hobby shop dealer, although often times rare, might actually double as a collectable dealer. If not, numerous hobby store owners are still educated; as a result, you might be at least pointed in the right direction, like to a well-known anime dealer either locally or online.
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