Glitter looks so good on him, and yet he is the embodiment of death. Indeed, the Funko POP Hisoka figure is here in its "Diamond Glitter" version, glittering with sequins that know how to highlight him. The glitter, with Hisoka, is a wonderful match for the hemoglobin he usually rains down in torrents.Hisoka Morow is, in some ways, one of the main characters in Hunter x Hunter, even though he is a major, recurring antagonist. After all, as monstrous as he may be, he will often ally himself with the main characters in some circumstances and oppose them in others. Hisoka is neither on the side of the righteous, nor on the side of the evil; he belongs in a world of his own. A macabre world in which he sows corpses. Hisoka does not kill for the sake of killing, but he loves challenges and fights. The more powerful his opponent is, the more satisfaction he gets from it.This unhealthy propensity, this very particular temperament, leads him to constantly look for more impressive opponents. Very teasing - as much as he is cruel - he likes to play bloody games from which he usually emerges victorious. His fight against Kastro is a perfect illustration of his madness and his unhealthy tendency to abandon himself to macabre savagery, even if it means sacrificing his two arms for the pleasure of facing a formidable opponent.Few are those who can resist him and his fight against Chrollo Lucilfer marked a turning point in his career. This fight - probably one of the most dantesque of all fictions - will be concretized by the death of Hisoka... a death from which he escaped however after she had won, thanks to his sense of cunning and his taste for risk. Coming out of this deadly defeat more powerful than ever, he pushed his killing frenzy far enough to claim to eliminate the entire Ghost Brigade. A Ghost Brigade that is now relentlessly hunting him down to make him pay for having already killed two of their own.The Funko Pop figure of Hisoka reveals him in all his splendor. With his colorful Harlequin of Death clothes, his eccentric haircut and his high heels, the character shows the incongruous character of what he is. We can guess from his outfit that Hisoka's figure as displayed represents him during the first events of the Celestial Tower, at the time of his fight against Kastro and Gon.A tear under one eye, a star under the other, we can guess that he has a sense of showmanship. Hisoka's POP figure is decorated with sequins, which are perfectly suited to a macabre character. Death, in his hands, is as brutal as it is stylized. Which only makes it more sordid, but also more delectable. In his hands, Hisoka's Funko POP presents his Hatsu, the Bungee Gum - or Pansy Gum in the French version - an elastic power that allows him to stick to anything he touches with it. The power, in its principle, seems elementary, but the many applications that Hisoka will use, thanks to his sense of cunning, will then give rise to legendary battles among other notorious massacres.
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