Your favorite plumber who fights endangered species is back – Mario and Luigi are shown off here at the Bluefin booth, courtesy of Bandai and Tamashii Nations, fighting against the hordes of evil turtles led by the nefarious Bowser! Check out these images of the S.H. Figuarts line of Super Mario characters including our first look at the villainous Bowser, a Hammer Brother, and that pain-in-the-butt Lakitu!
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There were a few other items at the Tamashii Nations booth during San Diego Comic-Con 2015. In here, you can find images of Sailor Moon, Naruto and Super Mario SH Figuarts.
The Good Smile Company was displaying an assortment of their own collectibles at Toy Fair 2015. they also had a few items from other companies on display as well. This included Max Factory, Kaiyodo, Gecco and more. While it was a largely anime themed display, there were a few notable other items on display. these included:
- Figma Iron Man Mark VII
- Nendoroid Iron Man Mark 42
- Figma Kid Icarus: Uprising – Pit and Dark Pit
- Real Action Hero – Legends of Zelda Link 12″ Figure
- Figma Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword Link
- Nendoroid Legend of Zelda: Windwaker Link
- Nendoroid Sonic the Hedgehog
- Nendoroid Super Mario and Luigi
- TMNT Statues
- Metal Gear Rising Revengeance Raiden Statue
- RevolMini Metal Gear Solid Cyborg Ninja
Here we have a compilation of images from three companies. We have a crazy detailed Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Statue from Good Smile Company. These are more stylized versions of the Turtles, which look to be inspired by the comics. Good smile also had a few Nendoroid figures there. We also have a look at some great Metal Gear Solid products from Good Smile, Gecco and Kaiyodo. Here’s the full breakdown:
Good Smile company
- TMNT Statue
- Nendoroid Batman
- Nendoroid Link
- Nendoroid Luigi
- Figma MGS2 Snake
- MGS V Naked Snake Statue
- MGS Rising Revengeance Raiden Statue
- MGS RevoMini Figures
Bluefin Tamashii Nations has released info on the SH Figuarts Luigi and Super Mario Diorama Play Set C North American releases. They are scheduled to be released in January 2015. Luigi has a SRP of $32.99, while the Super Mario Diorama Play Set C has a SRP of $29.99. From Bluefin:
S.H. Figuarts Luigi
After much anticipation, everyone’s favorite green plumber will be joining Tamashii Nation’s super articulated action figure line. Welcome S.H.Figuarts Luigi! S.H.Figuarts advanced articulation allows for precise posing to bring the intense video game action to your fingertips. Luigi is perfect for posing with S.H.Figuarts Mario and recreating your favorite gaming scenes. Set features red brick block, a red shell, interchangeable hand parts for holding red shell, shell connecting parts, and special display stand with support arms. Separately sold diorama play sets allow you to expand Luigi’s world.
S.H. Figuarts “Super Mario” Diorama Play Set C
S.H.Figuarts Diorama Play Sets allow you to take full advantage of S.H.Figuarts Mario and S.H.Figuarts Luigi figures. Diorama Play Set C features a variety of option parts to enhance the action figure posing experience. Set includes a red pipe, pipe adjustment parts, Buzzy Beetle, Piranha Plant, coin, and coin stand.
We got a chance to see these at SDCC, and here’s another look at them. Tamashii has released official photos of their upcoming SH Figuarts Luigi and Super Mario Diorama Set C. Luigi will include a Koopa Trooper shell, additional hands, a brick block and a stand. Super Mario Diorama Set C includes a warp pipe, a swap out top for the pipe, a gold coin, a Buzzy Beetle and a Piranha Plant.
These are due out in December in Japan, with a North American release likely not too far behind. You can see the photos by reading on.
Here are pics of the Jakks Pacific display from Toy Fair 2014. These have their oversized Star Wars 5 points of articulation figures, some Nintendo toys and a giant TMNT Michelangelo, though not sure if it’s just a display or if that will be released, but it’s massive.