Legion attacks again!

Jul 21 // Scarecroodle

Photos of a Legion collectible have popped up on the Arts Spirits blog. Currently we aren't sure if it's going to be a kit or figure but the design looks really cool either way and it seems to feature removable parts.

Legion was introduced in Gamera 2: Attack of Legion, the second film in the rebooted (Hisei era) Gamera series. The Legion are alien insects intending to add the Earth to their colony. Depicted here is the monstrous Legion "queen" whom battles Gamera in the film (which I still need to see).

While this isn't the first time we've seen a Legion figure within the last year (she's also had a revoltech), it may well be the best one. The detailing (and color) is just monstrous plus it seems to come with alternate parts representing damage suffered by the beast in her battle against the space turtle Gamera (I think the Gamera in the photos is the coldcast version?). I imagine that she'll prove an excellent display piece.

Stay tuned for developments and be sure to check out the gallery for additional photos.

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