Tamashii Nations has announced the next two Star Wars characters coming to the S.H. Figuarts line up. In a banner on their Star Wars page, they revealed that they will be releasing a Clone Trooper and a Battle Droid. There’s only the single preview image available. We’ll update when more information becomes available.
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On display at Summer Wonder Festival 2015 by Bandai and Tamashii Nations was the Avengers: Age of Ultron – SH Figuarts Ultron Figure. We got our first good look at the figure a few days ago. Now, thanks to Nonsolohobby.org, we have a much better look at Ultron. The figure, based on Ultron’s final form in the movie, will also be joined by the likes of Hulk, Captain America, War Machine and the Hulkbuster armor.
You can see the new photos after the jump.
Back in June of this year, Tamashii Nations released a repaint of Son Goku featuring his Go Kanji logo, a new belt, and a new face. Everyone was down, except that it was limited to 300 units and available only in person, at Mexican event. I think most of the DBZ SHF fans first reaction was – WTF? Fast forward to SDCC 2015, and that same figure has been released, this time as a Comic Con exclusive, just with a different box. That definitely bumps the numbers up and lets the hardcore fans get a hold of him for a much more reasonable price. We were able to get a hold of him finally and have done up a photo shoot showing off Goku’s new digs. Check out over 35 HD shots of him in action after the break!
Make sure to hit our ongoing S.H. Figuarts Dragonball Z coverage on our Jump Off page here: S.H. Figuarts Dragonball Z Reference Guide.
Bandai and Tamashii Nations had a great display of S.H. Figuarts at Summer Wonder Festival 2015. Included is our very first look at the Avengers: Age of Ultron – SH Figuarts Ultron Figure! On display, they had the following Avengers figures:
- Captain America
- War Machine
- Iron Man Mark 43
The images come courtesy of Dengeki Hobby. After the jump, you can see all of the Avengers: Aga of Ultron figures from the display. Click the previous link for other SH Figuarts that were on display.
Tamashii Nations has posted up a new section detailing their upcoming S.H. Figuarts Bruce Lee Figure. We got a chance to see the awesome looking figure at San Diego Comic-Con 2015. Tamashii Nations will begin offering the figure for pre-order beginning August 3rd, with a release scheduled for January. It will be priced at $5,940 Yen (about $48 USD).
The Bruce Lee figure will stand at 5.5″ tall and include multiple interchangeable hands, swappable face expressions, nunchaku, and two types of clubs. The page also details the innovative way they achieved the likeness. They are color printing directly onto the face to offer a more realistic head sculpt.
Read on to check out the new images.
Tamashii Nations has posted up details on a S.H. Monsterarts – King Ghidora Special Color Version. The repainted version of their previously released King Ghidorah figure is scheduled for release in December. The color is based on the extremely popular Heisei series Godzilla vs King Ghidorah movie poster. The figure will include multiple effects pieces, a KIDS Time Machine from the film and a special display stand. The figure will be priced at 14,904 Yen (about $120 USD).
Read on to check out the images of the figure, as well as the movie poster that inspired the special color version.
We have an update to the Tamashii Nations display at San Diego Comic-Con 2015. They have placed three S.H. Figuarts Bruce Lee figures in the display. Each figure shows off the poses and swappable pieces that will be included with the figure.
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.
Here are some more photos of the Tamashii Nations display from San Diego Comic-Con 2015. this set includes a look at the SH Figuarts Injustice: Gods Among Us display as well as the Star Wars Movie Realization figures.
Here is the Dragon Ball Z display at the Tamashii Nations booth during San Diego Comic-Con 2015.