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May 2017 Figure-Oh Scans: S.H.Figuarts Reveals

Recently the latest Figure-Oh scans have surfaced online, which reveals some new S.H.Figuarts releases. The revealed S.H.Figuarts releases include: S.H. Figuarts Kamen Rider Amazon Neo  Release Date: October Price: 5,500 Yen S.H. Figuarts Kamen Rider Amazon New Omega Release Date: November  Price: 5,500 Yen S.H. Figuarts Kamen Rider Amazon Neo (Amazon.co.jp Ver) Release Date: October Price: 7,020 Yen S.H. Figuarts Kamen Rider Amazon New Omega (Amazon.co.jp Ver) Release Date: November Price: 7,020 Yen   S.H.Figuarts Dan Moroboshi (Ultraseven) Release Date: October Price: 5,800 Yen  


Official Images: S.H.Figuarts King Joe

Earlier this week, Tamashii Nations updated their page for the June 2017 Releases. Among the reveals was the next Ultra based S.H.Figuarts King Joe. Now, King Joe made its debut in Ultraseven during Episodes 14 and 15; it is a four piece robot created by the Pedans. However, this S.H.Figuarts does not have the ability to disassemble, but the previously released Soul of Chogokin can. Then after its initial debut the character would go on to appear in other series, and receive a variety of variants. Since this is basedRead More


Tamashii Features Fall 2016: S.H.Figuarts & Tamashii Labs

Tamashii Nations is currently holding its Fall Features event showcasing several new items to come from them. Throughout today and this weekend will we featuring an array of posts covering the event, gathering images from all outlets possible. In this first post we will be showing off several of the newer S.H.Figuarts on display at the event, along with two items from Tamashii Labs! S.H. Figuarts Kamen Rider: Shinkochu Seiho Kickhopper & Punchhopper Kamen Rider Heart Roidmude Heard Golden Kamen Rider Mach Chase Kamen Rider Amazon Sigma Takeshi Hongo KamenRead More


Tsuburaya Productions Introduces Award in Honor of Tetsuo Kinjo

Yesterday, Tsuburaya Productions announced and introduced a new award in honor of playwright/ screenwriter, Tetsuo Kinjo, with the motto of “Ultra wo Coero” (“To Go Beyond Ultra”). For those who may not know the man or company, Tetsuo Kinjo was primarily the spearhead in writing Ultra Q, Ultraman, and UltraSeven, the series which launched the franchise. Sadly Mr. Kinjo passed away in 1976 due to a freak accident, he was only 37. Yet, luckily his legacy continued on inspiring generations of writers, and writers worldwide even to this day. Now,Read More