The latest addition to Bandai's Figuarts line is none other than To-Love Ru's Momo Deviluke, so you can only imagine the sorts of situations you can put such a poseable character in with source material like that. After all, ...
Earlier this year Bandai released Golden Darkness (or Yami if you prefer) from To Love-Ru in the S.H.Figuarts line and hasn't wasted too much time in adding a second figure. She'll soon be joined by Momo Belia Deviluke with a figure that's looking really good. I wish she was in her Deviluke outfit since we already get a lot of school girl figures, but I'll take what I can get.
Her sculpting looks great and the choice of faces are perfect. Smiling, blushing, and I guess we'll call the last one "aroused", are a great fit. She also comes with her phone, but her most eye catching accessory has got to be the rather phallic looking bendable plant tentacle. That on its own is sure to become popular with certain figure photographers.
Pre-orders haven't opened yet, but they probably aren't far away. She's priced at ¥4,725 and will be out in March 2014. Now hurry up and announce Nana!
Power Rangers Ninja Storm took on a different feel from previous entries in the series. Only 3 main team members at first, a 3D Guinea Pig for a leader, and Disney finally putting together a decent series. Ninja Storm was the series that actually got me to re-watch Power Rangers as it came on, so to finally see S.H. Figuarts being released got me excited. The entire team, minus Green, will be released with the Red Wind Ranger being the first released.
While MMPR Red and Green, White and Armored Red have done well due to solid gimmicks and nostalgia, can the Ninja Red Wind Ranger do the same? Find out in today's review of the S.H. Figuarts Red Wind Ranger!
Krillin is the one who always gets the shaft. Whether its the end of Frieza's horn or his fingertips, things generally don't turn out well for him. With most of the main characters taken care of, twice over in fact, it's time for a DBZ character that is from good ol' Earth. Krillin will be the first Earthling to get a release in the S.H. Figuarts lineup, as no one cares about Yamcha.
Check out the advanced review of S.H. Figuarts Krillin after the jump!
One word could be used to describe Bluefin Tamashii Nation's S.H. Figuarts display: Batman. Sure, there was a lot of other stuff on display -- including the recently announced S.H. Figuarts Goku, the Krillin due out next month, a cool Daft Punk display, Sailor Moon, Power Rangers, DBZ, etc -- but that stuff isn't Batman. Only Batman is Batman.
While the doors of the Javitz Center won't open until 3 PM tomorrow, some things are casually slipping out. Bluefin has let out a couple of images of what it has on hand at the show.
As you see above, the S.H.Figuarts Batman ...
I don't know about you, but I grew up watching Sailor Moon on TV and reading about her adventures in Naoko Takeuchi's beautiful manga. She was, and is, my hero. So, of course, I leapt at the opportunity to review the new S. H. Figuarts Sailor Moon. Being an enormous fan of the series, I had very high hopes for the figure. Read on to see if this magical girl lived up to my expectations!
"If you slap Amuro or Char onto it, it's going to sell." has pretty much been Bandai's mantra for the past two years. Given the two rivals' popularity, it's not surprising to see their mobile suits come out in just about ever...
I miss the days where you could stroll into a Toys R Us, walk about the isles and pick up a Gundam kit. Those days haven't been around for a decade but they may just be back again. Barnes & Noble stores have begun to stoc...
Confirmed for release in this month's magazine scans, there will finally be a S.H. Figuarts release of non-Super Saiyan Goku. For those living in Japan, they won't find Goku on store shelves as he has been tapped as a Tamashi...
The 20th Anniversary of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers has finally brought them into the S.H. Figuarts lineup. The initial releases of MMPR's Green, Red and White Rangers have proven themselves to be great releases for the line, but now it's time for the re-decos. Creating a new figure by combining two existing ones is simple enough, but is it worth it to the die-hard fan, let alone casuals?
Can the Red Ranger's new shield help it defend against such attacks? Find out in the review of SHF Armored Red Ranger following the jump!
The 20th Anniversary of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers has brought the attention of Tamashii Nations. As seen yesterday, the two main Rangers of MMPR, Jason and Tommy, have gotten their Red and Green Rangers as releases in the S.H. Figuarts lineup. Tommy became the more popular and the once dead powerless Green Ranger is renewed as the White Tiger Power Ranger.
The third in the MMPR series, can the SHF White Ranger live up to its predecessors? Find out in today's review!