Anti-Piracy Actionfigures from Japan

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Bandai hat Anti-Piracy-„Actionfiguren“ (sind eigentlich Anhänger, ich willwillwill aber Actionfiguren haben!) zu den in Japan superbekannten Charakteren Camera Man und Patrol Lamp Man aus den dortigen Anti-Piracy-Commercials veröffentlicht. Oben zwei der Spots, auf Youtube findet man noch haufenweise davon, die Toys zu den Clips kosten umgerechnet 21 Euro. WANT!

NO MORE 映画泥棒 (NO MORE Movie Thief) is an anti-piracy ad played in Japanese theaters to advise against the illegal camming of movies. Since its launch in 2007 it has featured two main characters. The first is Camera Otoko (Camera Man), a guy in a black suit with his head replaced by a camcorder. The second, Patrol Lamp Otoko (Patrol Lamp Man), is a blue-suited gentleman with a red flashing police light for a head. […]

But now, thanks to a great spot by ITMedia.co.jp, the latest wave in the NO MORE craze is about to hit the streets. To commemorate the camming phenomenon both characters have been turned into action figurines by toy giant Bandai, each designed to be worn as accessories. Currently Bandai are offering several different designs for 3024 yen ($28.99) a set, a steal for those with a deep desire to outwardly depict the camming of a movie and ultimately the arrest and imprisonment of the perpetrator.

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