Kingdom Hearts' Shadow Heartless gets the plush treatment - tomopop

Kingdom Hearts' Shadow Heartless gets the plush treatment

9:00 PM on 11.01.2012

Natalie Kipper

Associate Editor/Plush Guru

Minions make the cutest plushes!

I am not a closet Kingdom Hearts fan; I will happily share my enthusiasm with any warm body willing to listen. So when I learned that the first foe from the series, the Shadow Heartless, was going to be made into plush form, I just had to spread the good word. This minion of evil looks slightly stylized, with a rather large head and stomach and wispy limbs. Also, I have to say, I think Square-Enix nailed the look of the Heartless's antennae.

The plush stands at 240 millimeters. He is available for pre-order now for the price of ¥3200 and is scheduled for release early February 2013. I know I look forward to having him and my Wonder Meow plush fight it out on my kitchen table.

[ Pre-order at Hobby Search | ToysLogic ]


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