POP action figure of Moscu #918
Moscow, whose real name is Agustín Ramos, is one of the robbers recruited by the Professor in the Casa de Papel. He is known for his expertise as a "driller" since he has been digging tunnels since he was a child, and that is why he is essential to dig the tunnel that will allow the robbers to escape from the national currency and stamp factory.
Moscow (Moscú in the Spanish version) is the father of Denver. He is in his fifties and has resigned himself to robbing banks and jewellers to allow his family to live. Life has put many hardships on his path: an illness that forces him to quit his job or the abandonment of his drug-addicted wife forcing him to raise his son alone, making Moscow a resilient man.
Moscow's calm and reassuring character makes him the father figure of the robbers, and everyone will be enormously sad when he dies in the factory from gunshot wounds. He will notably leave his son Denver whom he enlisted in the robbery and for whom he fought all his life to offer him a better destiny than the one he knew .
The Moscow POP figurine is the image of the character: a strong and sympathetic miner. Moscow holds his pickaxe firmly in his hand and his gaze is determined. He is wearing the red overalls common to all robbers and his ageing beard is recognizable. His upright position is reminiscent of the other figures in the POP collection from Casa de Papel!
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About this action figure ✔
|Release date||12 September 2019|
|Size||10 cm / 3.75''|
|Franchise||La Casa de Papel|
|Character||Moscou (Agustin Ramos)|
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