A New York Comic-Con 2020 virtual booth has been launched by Tamashii Nations as part of the NYCC 2020 Metaverse Event. Check out their landing page for some goodies, the full virtual booth, and more. Among the new items were two upcoming S.H. Figuarts Dragon Ball Z Figures. Included are both Launch, and Frieza First Form with Pod. At this time, there are no release details or price. But you can check out the new photos after the jump.
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Premium Bandai USA has opened up pre-orders for the new Dragon Ball Z – S.H. Figuarts Raditz. The figure stands over 6.5″ tall. Raditz includes interchangeable hands, thee facial expressions, tail parts, swap out folded arms, and more. It’s priced at $70, with a release set for april 2021. See the pre-order link and details below. After the jump, you can check out some photos.
“Power level… only 5. What a planet!”
From S.H.Figuarts comes Raditz, brother of Son Goku a.k.a. Kakarot, from the legendary “Dragon Ball Z”.
In addition to his normal face, three other exchangeable facial expression parts – grinning face, screaming face, and surprised face – are included, as well as posable arm and tail parts.
– Main body
– Exchangeable hand left/right x 2
– Exchangeable facial expression parts x 3
– Exchangeable tail parts
– Exchangeable posable arm parts
– Exchangeable tail parts
– Exchangeable auxiliary parts
– Product Material: ABS, PVC
– Product Size: Height: approx 6.7inch
Pre-orders for the Dragon Ball Z – S.H. Figuarts Raditz should be going live soon. The figure will be a Premium Bandai Web Exclusive. Tamashii Nations has released some new photos and initial info. Raditz will include multiple interchangeable hands, at least two interchangeable faces/portraits, swap out folded arms, and more. Raditz will be priced at 7,150 Yen (about $68 USD), and is scheduled for release in March 2021. Check out the new images after the jump.
Tamashii Nations have shared out some minor updates on figures we’ve seen earlier this year over the last week or so. We have an official product shot of Burter and Guldo from the Ginyu Force, which will come as a set. Guldo is going to be static from what we can tell right now. In addition, another studio shot of the entire team in their classic poses was released. And lastly, a magazine scan is floating around showing product shots of Raditz. Multiple faces, folded arms and his scouter were shown.
None of these have full product pages or pre-orders yet, but they should be dropping soon. The Ginyu Force (aside from Capt. Ginyu) have been Premium Bandai exclusives so far, so we expect Burter and Guldo to be the same. Time and method unknown right now though, same for Raditz.
Thanks to Tag Hobby and Ramen Rider on the forums for the heads up. We’ll update with full official info as it drops.
Pre-orders for the S.H. Figuarts Dragon Ball Z Recoome will go live on Friday, September 4th at 3:00 AM EST via Premium Bandai USA. The figure will stand nearly 8″ tall. Recoome include three interchangeable face parts, interchangeable hands, and a Planet Namek 3-Star Dragon Ball. As a bonus, Recoome includes two additional accessories, which can be used with Ginyu. Those include a Namekian Frog, and a new portrait for Ginyu to recreate the scene where he accidentally swaps bodies with the frog.
The S.H. Figuarts Recoome will be priced at $72. It is scheduled for release in March 2021. you can check out the photos after the jump.
Pre-Orders are now live. You can order by Clicking Here.
Tamashii Nations has released official photos and details for the upcoming Dragon Ball Z – S.H. Figuarts Bardock Figure. The figure will stand nearly 5.75″ tall. Bardock includes interchangeable hands, three swap out faces, a scouter, interchangeable hair and ear pieces, and an energy effect piece. Pre-orders have begun to go live for the figure. Look for Bardock to be released in February 2021. It’s priced at about $56. Pre-orders are open at the links below.
Today is the last day to pre-order Tamashii Nations SDCC / Convention 2020 exclusives. These sold out quickly on day 1, but due to demand Tamashii offered a limited Pre-Order window for a second print run. These are available to order now for a couple more hours and are due to arrive in December. While having them in hand asap is preferred by us all, this at least lets all the fans who want them get them in hand. Especially important because several are reprints of hard to find items in the first place, or straight up new core character offerings.
If you wanted the convention exclusives but couldn’t get them day 1, don’t miss out and grab your copies below. Orders end at 11:59 PM Eastern Time tonight!
Android 17 Event Exclusive Color
Android 18 Event Exclusive Color
UI Sign Goku Event Exclusive
Metallic Dragonball Stands Set of 7
Godzilla 2019 Event Exclusive Color
ZERO Broly Event Exclusive Color
ZERO Vegito Blue Event Exclusive Color
Also of note: Pre-Orders for several non-convention Premium Bandai exclusives are closing soon on August 2nd. Check them and grab your copies if they are on your lists!
S.H.Figuarts Iron Man Mk-1 -《Birth of Iron Man》 EDITION－(IRON MAN)
S.H.Figuarts Tony Stark -《Birth of Iron Man》 EDITION－(IRON MAN)
S.H.Figuarts Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan Vegito -Super-
S.H.Figuarts Zamasu (Base Form)
Prime 1 Studio has collaborated with MegaHouse for a new Dragon Ball Z Super Saiyan Vegeta 1/4 Scale Statue. The statue stands over 25″ tall on a diorama base filled with ground level damage and energy effects. Vegeta includes three swap out right hands, including a light up energy effect part, effects pieces for display around the statue, and a limited time bonus set of hands. Prime 1 Studios is also offering a Deluxe Version, which will include three additional interchangeable portraits.
The Dragon Ball Z Super Saiyan Vegeta Statue is priced at $1,100. The Dragon Ball Z Super Saiyan Vegeta Deluxe Edition Statue is priced at $1,350. Payment plans are available. It’s due out some time between November 2021 and March 2022. Check out over 100 photos and full details after the jump.
Last week we shared an early look at the Tamashii Nations 2020 exclusives. These sold out quickly and many fans missed out due to their limited run. Tamashii Nations did a really cool thing since then, and opened them all back up for pre-orders, with the next run of the figures arriving in December. If you missed out and want any of these items, get your orders in by July 31st!
Back to the right now – in our look last week, we did not receive the Dragonball themed stands. Those however showed up this week so I ran a quick set of pics showing them off. I think they’re a great way to spice up your display, allowing certain figs to rise above the rest with the Dragonball theme built in. I missed the first versions which were exclusive to the Hong Kong event last year, so I’m glad they offered them again. These are slightly different, with a metallic sheen to them. Even better!
So, read on to check out our quick set of pics showing off the stands, and make sure to get your pre-orders in for the 2020 exclusives!
A few updates have been shared by Tamashii Nations. First up, they are re-opening the pre-orders for their 2020 Exclusives! They want to ensure that fans who want these items have a chance to pick them up, so orders will be limited to one per item. Pre-orders begin today at 9:30 PM EST at Premium Bandai USA. Click the links below for all of the 2020 Exclusives.
- Android 17 Event Exclusive Color
- Android 18 Event Exclusive Color
- UI Sign Goku Event Exclusive
- Metallic Dragonball Stands Set of 7
- Godzilla 2019 Event Exclusive Color
- ZERO Broly Event Exclusive Color
- ZERO Vegito Blue Event Exclusive Color
Also today, they revealed three new Dragon Ball Z S.H. Figuarts. The new figures include Launch, Raditz, and First Form Frieza!
Saturday Update: We’ve added in official pics of Bardock and Recoome, plus additional shots of Launch, Raditz and Frieza!
In addition, during their ComicCon @ Home panel, some “secret files” had outlines of what looks to be 1st form Cell, Namek Bulma, Videl and King Kai. These would just be initial speculation, teasing, not full on figures ready to go.