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Larger Image Jointed
Jointed toys are also known as "hyper-articulated". Where the average figure might include 4-6 points of articulation, a jointed one might feature 10, 20, or more. Possibly the most well known figures in this category would include releases by Neca and S.H.Monsterarts (Bandai), although there are a number of DIE-cast toys from Bullmark and Popy, for example, that equally fit this definition.
Larger Image Medium Capsule Toys
Capsule toys are known as Gashapon (ガシャポン) or sometimes gachapon (ガチャポン) in Japan, and as in the United States are a type of vending machine-dispensed toy in plastic egg-like cases. The name "Gashapon" is onomatopoeic from the sound "gasha", referencing the sound of the vending machine crank, and "pon", the sound of the toy landing at the bottom of the machine chute. Gashapon display cards are 20.5cm wide by 24cm high cardboard inserts that fit into the front glass of the machines in order to advertise the toys within. The capsules are then poured into the glass tank behind the display paper, creating an attractive display.
Larger Image Small Capsule Toys
Capsule toys are known as Gashapon (ガシャポン) or sometimes gachapon (ガチャポン) in Japan, and as in the United States are a type of vending machine-dispensed toy in plastic egg-like cases. The name "Gashapon" is onomatopoeic from the sound "gasha", referencing the sound of the vending machine crank, and "pon", the sound of the toy landing at the bottom of the machine chute. Gashapon display cards are 20.5cm wide by 24cm high cardboard inserts that fit into the front glass of the machines in order to advertise the toys within. The capsules are then poured into the glass tank behind the display paper, creating an attractive display.