Kingdom Hearts II
Bandai Tamashii has updated their official website with official images for S.H.Figuarts Donald Duck (Kingdom Hearts II). As the name states the figure is based on the character’s appearance in Kingdom Hearts II. The figure will include: Exchangeable wrists (Left X1, Right X2) Alternate face parts X2 Mage’s Staff The figure will be a retail release priced at 4,536 Yen and will be released in March 2018. Pre-orders for the item will open on November 1 in Japan so check your preferred Japanese online retailer in order to secure your order.
Recently new figure-oh scans have surfaced online, which reveals several new S.H.Figuarts releases that will be released in January 2018 and February 2018. The latest reveals include: Shinkocchou Seihou Kamen Rider Hyper Kabuto (Tamashii Webshop Exclusive) Price: 7,884Yen Release Date: February 2018 Parado level 99 (Tamashii Webshop Exclusive) Price: 6,480 Yen Jugglus Juggler (Tamashii Webshop Exclusive) Price: 7,020 yen S.H. Monsterarts Showa Mechagodzilla (Tamashii Webshop Exclusive) Price: 9,720 Yen Kid Goku Price: 5,940 Yen Kingdom Hearts II King Mickey Price: 4,536 Yen Akira Price: 5,940 Yen Akuma Price: 6,480 Yen
Yesterday at Tokyo Toy Show 2017, some brand new S.H.Figuarts were revealed based on the Kingdom Hearts franchise. All the figures revealed are based on their Kingdom Hearts II appearances. First, Sora was on display and while isn’t a new figure release details have been revealed. The figure will be a mass retail release in November priced at 6,264 Yen. The rest of the reveals include: S.H.Figuarts King Mickey Release Date: TBA Price: TBA S.H.Figuarts Donald Duck Release Date: TBA Price: TBA S.H.Figuarts Goofy Release Date: TBA Price: TBA Lastly, it has been revealed that the Keyblade will be receiving the Proplica treatment. No release or price details forRead More
Diamond Select Toys has recently set up their display at this year’s C2E2 convention in Chicago. One of the various product lines they set up on display is a brand new line of Kingdom Hearts Select figures. The figures are in a 7 inch scale and hopefully will be a much cheaper alternative for fans who cannot afford Square Enix’s Playarts figures. No other details are confirmed at this time, however more details may be revealed during the convention this weekend.