Native is going to release the Creators Collection Dracula†Revi ( ドラキュリア†ルヴィ ) 1/7 PVC figure from the original character illustrated by "Mataro" ( 魔太郎 ). Will be release in September 2019. Around 195mm tall, 18,800 yen (taxed in) for the Standard version; 15,800 yen (taxed in) for the Simple version. Native Store exclusive.

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  • You can order this item here:
  • Standard Version
  • Simple Version

**"Standard" version (left), "Simple" version (right)**

For those of you who want to get this Dracula Revi figure, you can pre-order it at Native Store for the "Standard" version HERE and the "Simple" version HERE before November 28, 2018.

——Description from Manufacturer——

The long anticipated first-ever figure of a Mataro original character!

Passed down in legend from times immemorial, this terrifying yet beautiful vampire was designed by popular illustrator Mataro.

And just as her name Dracula Revi implies, she completely mesmerizes everything seen by her eyes – which glimmer with crimson even in the dark.

This highly stylized and incredibly detailed character has been sculpted with utmost precision by artist Ryo Hashimoto.

She’ll catch you eye like it or not, with her ladylike beauty and cute girlish charm.

The standard version includes her sinister yet opulent looking chair and the serpent, her familiar spirit, allowing you to enjoy Revi just as she appears in the illustration.

Fall to your knees in both awe and fear – experience this figure in the flesh.

  • "Standard" version.
    • Pre-Order Bonus: Mataro Illustrated Postcard
    • Included: serpent, chair
    • *10 customers purchasing the Standard Edition via the native Store will be selected at random to receive a hand drawn signed illustration from Mataro. (Those selected will be notified at the time of shipment.)
  • "Simple" version.
    • Pre-Order Bonus: Mataro Illustrated Postcard
    • Included: figure supporting cushion


Simple version will come with this "figure supporting cushion" instead of the "serpent & chair"