Ace continues to live on with Luffy by his side, hand in hand, ready to fight the impending war, while being wrapped in Ace’s glorious flame. A reproduction of a TOP WAR scene where Luffy was rescuing Ace, wherein Fluffy eventually failed to rescue Ace, and Ace dies in the end. Luffy in this regard was able to free himself from his cage and free of the shackles. Although Luffy wasn’t armed this was changed as an illusion to show that Ace, despite of what happened, continued to live in a parallel world. The imagery of a dragon and phoenix was used to illustrate the flames on Ace’s two hands. The statue boasts of different kinds of elements such as flames, shackles, broken walls, rocks, chains among other things to detail the particularly memorable scene. The specifics of this ‘artwork’ also magnify the contrasting themes of battles, foothold, and an enduring brotherhood despite dire circumstances. At approximately 30″ tall, this work of art from the Jimei Palace’s One Piece collection will surely mesmerize fans and non-fans alike, whether wall-mounted or displayed on a stand.
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