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7:00 AM on 01.21.2015

Sailor Moon Official teases Petit Chara figures of the Negamoon Sisters

By now Megahouse has a very large and cute collection of Petit Chara Sailor Moon figures. They’ve made a figure of all the Sailor Scouts, Tuxedo Mask, and even the cats. So they finally will be fulfilling my wishes by ...

Vanessa Cubillo


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Legend Studio reveals Sailor Moon S figure preview photo
Legend Studio reveals Sailor Moon S figure preview
by Lynnette Cantos

After almost four months since the last update on Legend Studio's Sailor Moon series, their Facebook page showcased a mini gallery of the champion of justice. The Hong Kong-based company produced the Sailor Moon S version of her outfit, different from Bandai's S.H. Figuarts.

This Sailor Moon is equipped with three extra facial expressions, 10 sets of hand poses and even feathered bangs so you can pose her mid-transformation and/or attack sequence. Despite the posed promo pictures, there is still no official release date or price stated and Legend Studio's website redirects you to their Facebook page.

This figure is a toss-up for me. While the shiny, plastic hair and Luna's quality bothers me, I am in awe at the gradient skirt and the Spiral Heart Moon Rod accessory.

Maybe once more details surface—such as the price tag—I might change my mind. In the meantime, we have to wait for Legend Studio to inform the rest.

[via Legend Studio Facebook]

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12:30 PM on 12.15.2014

S.H. Figuarts Chibi Moon arrives in May

Tamashii Nations' Sailor Moon site has just updated with a new post, announcing a release date and retail price for S.H. Figuarts Chibi Moon. The news? She's coming in May 2015 with a retail price of ¥4,536, making h...

Brian Szabelski

5:00 PM on 11.14.2014

Bandai gives us a full look at S.H. Figuarts Tuxedo Mask

At the recent Tamashii Nations event, they revealed many new exiting Sailor Moon figures that would be coming out in the next year. One of these exciting new figures will be S.H. Figuarts Tuxedo Mask. He has been one of chara...

Vanessa Cubillo

12:30 AM on 11.03.2014

Tamashii Nations 2014 event reveals some 70+ new S.H.Figuarts

At the latest Tamashii Nations event held over this past weekend Bandai blew the roof off the place with a staggering number of reveals! We're talking some 70+ S.H.Figuarts figures and accessories alone! There's way more than...

Jeremy Emerje Crocker

1:00 PM on 10.20.2014

Sailor Venus joins the Tamashii Buddies line-up

Bandai's Tamashii Buddies line is getting ready to roll out in Japan, but before the first Dragonball Z Buddies arrive in November, we're getting another announcement. Sailor Venus is joining Sailor Moon in the Buddies line-u...

Brian Szabelski

8:00 AM on 09.11.2014

Legend Studio's Sailor Moon series is still happening

Do you remember Legend Studio was supposed to come out with a series of Sailor Moon figures? It was announced and delayed massively, then the prototypes popped up last year, but again they were delayed massively. So now agai...

Vanessa Cubillo

1:00 PM on 08.29.2014

Sailor Mercury is revealed as the next Sailor Moon series Pullip

The brains of the Inner Senshi, Sailor Mercury, is joining Sailor Moon in the realm of Pullip dolls. This may just be me, but Mercury seems to look a lot better in this line than Moon does. Maybe it's the haircut. Groove also...

Natalie Kipper

1:00 PM on 08.21.2014

Figuarts Zero Sailor Mars goes up for pre-order

Figuarts Zero Sailor Mars is about ready to go up for pre-order in Japan, with reservations for the Tamashii Shop-exclusive figure starting at 4 p.m. Japan Standard Time (or about 13 hours from this post). Shipping out in Feb...

Brian Szabelski

3:00 PM on 08.08.2014

Bandai is releasing functional Sailor Moon transformation wands

By now, we’ve seen pretty much everything Bandai could make from Sailor Moon. So that’s why it’s been a long time since I’ve been excited about any new Sailor Moon releases. Well, now it’s retur...

Vanessa Cubillo



SDCC 2014: Tamashii Nations - Sailor Moon photo
SDCC 2014: Tamashii Nations - Sailor Moon
by Brian Szabelski

It wasn't too hard to spot the Sailor Moon merchandise in Bluefin/Tamashii Nations' booth this year, with plenty of folks gathered around the cases, snapping photos of the figures inside. All eight currently announced S.H. Figuarts Sailor Moon pieces were all there, including Sailors Uranus, Neptune and Saturn.

If you've been following Tomopop, none of the figures there will be new announcements to you, but it's still nice to see them in person. They look to be pretty standard fare for the S.H. Figuarts Sailor Moon line, so if you liked (or disliked) the other Senshi they've done, you'll probably feel the same about these three. And since Neptune and Uranus are Tamashii Web Shop exclusives in Japan, they are apparently going to cost more here as well at US$50 each.

Figuarts Zero Sailor Venus and Mercury were also at the booth, joined by Figuarts Zero Sailor Moon. Of the two, Mercury is probably going to be the one to get your attention with the effects parts/base she'll be coming with. Venus looks alright as well, though she doesn't have as lively of a feel as Mercury does. Some of you guys and gals weren't so hot on Figuarts Zero Sailor Moon for various sculpting reasons, but are Mercury and Venus something you're more excited about? 

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SDCC 2014: A first look at Tamashii Buddies photo
SDCC 2014: A first look at Tamashii Buddies
by Brian Szabelski

Bluefin and Tamashii Nations set aside a corner display at their booth to show off the new Tamashii Buddies line. It's a series of 3.5-inch trading figures, each coming with a unique backdrop and base to display them on, which are apparently also stackable so you can display them on top of each other on your shelving.

The figures themselves look to have the same quality as their bigger counterparts in the Figuarts Zero line, and so far both Dragonball/Dragonball Z and Sailor Moon have been announced. Sailor Moon was the only figure on display from her series, while Dragonball fans can look forward to the likes of Goku, Piccolo, Vegeta, Trunks, Freeza, Broly, Cell, Super Saiyan Gohan and even Kid Goku from the original series. That last one is the one I know I want!

You'll have to wait until November for the Tamashii Buddies to become available in Japan, and presumably a little longer after that for a North American release.

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