Time for a double header! Today we are taking a look at two different items recently released. They worked together so well that I just ran galleries for both at the same time. The figure is S.H. Figuarts Cowboy Bebop Spike Spiegel. Cowboy Bebop was one of the few non Dragonball anime series I was into and when Tamashii Nations got the license to celebrate the 20th anniversary I was hyped. Spike doesn’t disappoint either, capturing the look from the show while keeping a great range of articulation.
The second angle in this session – the Extreme Sets Building 4.0 diorama. This is part of their Multiverse Wave 7 offerings, all of which are really solid. Building 4.0 is a two story setup in a mainly square format featuring store fronts and alleyway like walls with pre-cut doorways and even a set of stairs that go into the building. The second story is a bit smaller than the first, with a brick focused set of walls. Either can be displayed as a square building or opened up to work as just walls. Another new and welcome feature – signage that extends out from the buildings, both featuring Asian writing. When using these in pictures, in post processing, you can easily light these things up and make them look like neon signs.
All in all, both items, Spike and the ES Building, are great, and worked great together. Read on to check out over 50 HD images of them both. Spike comes courtesy of Bluefin Brands and Tamashii Nations while the Building 4.0 comes courtesy of Extreme Sets!
You can check out all the Multiverse Wave 7 Extreme Sets here. And don’t forget, if you use code TOYARK at checkout you’ll get 15% off your order!