The second release in the new D-Arts Pokemon line is already here! Kicking off the series of action figures based on the fully evolved forms of the original three Kanto starters comes Charizard! Join me for a look at this new figure from Tamashii Nations and Bandai!
From Toy Fair 2013, get an up close look at the new D-Arts Mega Man action figures, including the upcoming Bass & Treble!
ToyNewsI.com has posted some pictures of the new Pac-Man toyline coming from Bandai based on the upcoming new cartoon series Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures.
While it’s admittedly pretty cool to see both a new cartoon series and toy line based off of this classic video game character, there is one specific figure in this line that has really caught my attention. The Gooage Spewing Gigantic Pac! That’s actually what it’s called. Here’s the description:
Gross goo & ghost eyeballs spewing action just like on the show! Drop the goo in, press down on Pac’s head and check out the goo spewing action! With Gooage Spewing Gigantic Pac-Man the “grossly” adventures never end.
“Spewing action just like in the show?!?!?!” What kind of cartoon is this?
Yeah…I’ll probably buy it…
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Recently, the Singapore Toys Gaming and Comics Convention received their very own exclusive ThunderCats Classic action figure from Bandai! Based on an episode from the classic animated series comes the Mumm-Ra Version Lion-O!
Join me for a look at what could possibly be the very last Bandai ThunderCats Classic action figure!
Video after the jump!
Well, this is certainly out of nowhere…
It looks as thought the Singapore Toy, Game, & Comic Convention is getting their very own ThunderCats exclusive figure from Bandai Asia.
Bandai Asia And The Falcon’s Hangar Pte Ltd is proud to bring you the STGCC 2012 Exclusive 8″ Thundercats Lion O Mumm-Ra Version. Debuting at The Singapore Toys Games Comic Convention which runs from the 1st-2nd Sept 2012, Its the first time a Red Lion O is made by Bandai!
Bandai America had a very small display at San Diego Comic Con 2012, stationed at the Namco booth. The only thing on display were some upcoming Power Ranger items, but they are some pretty fantastic items!
Click through to check out the gallery, including images of the upcoming Super Legends MMPR Red Ranger, the MMPR Morpher role play item, and the amazing Die Cast Metal Collectors Edition MMPR Megazord!
Bandai Japan had a terrific display set-up for their line of Mega Man X D-Arts figures. Notable in this display were figures of the villain Sigma, as well as a large mech suit for Mega Man to ride in!
There was no information posted on these two items, so I spoke with a rep at the Bandai Japan booth.
He explained that as of right now, both items are just prototypes. They are working on licensing for these, so they do hope to actually release them. But for now, they need to hear the fan response on these two items.
So, what do you think? Do you want a Sigma or Mech Suit for your D-Arts Mega Man X figures? If so, spread the word and make it heard!
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What’s going on with Bandai’s ThunderCats toyline right now? We’re unsure. But we do know that with the figures hitting clearance shelves at many stores, one of the hardest figures to find is the 6″ scale modern Tygra figure!
Is he an improvement over previous figures? Join me for a look at this hard to find figure in Bandai’s ThunderCats line. Video after the jump!
Update: Well, the plot thickens. ToyNewsI.com has just put up an article stating that they contacted Bandai asking about the rumors surrounding the demise of the line. Bandai states that they are still the master toy license holders for ThunderCats, and that they are currently focussing on rolling out product outside of the US.
That’s not a terrible amount of info, but at least we know Bandai hasn’t lost the license…yet. I’m still very interested to see how this all plays out, as I still find it highly unusual that Bandai hasn’t released or even shown us any new ThunderCats product since late last year.
Original Post: The future of the ThunderCats has been a hot topic as of late, and it seems to be really heating up.
The general consensus about the Bandai toy line has been that it’s in trouble. Ever since Toy Fair in February, where Bandai didn’t show off anything new for the brand, most collectors got the impression that the toy line was coming to an end.
The 4″ ThunderCats toy line from Bandai brings us a new playset for or figures! Is it worth it? Pixel Dan takes a look to find out! For all of your ThunderCats needs, check out http://www.ThunderCatsNOW.com!