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Bandai Announces ‘Kamen Rider Gaim’ S.H. Figuarts Releases

Kamen Rider Gaim SH Figuarts
Bandai

Toei's current fruit-based Kamen Rider series has been represented on toy shelves in its native Japan with a feature-focused "Arms Change" action figure series for several months, but in May Bandai will officially roll out hyper-articulated S.H. Figuarts versions of the titular hero of Kamen Rider Gaim and his rival Kamen Rider Baron.

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Link Ink: The Mandarin’s Short, Hello Kitty’s Mech In Action And ‘Spirited Away’ In ‘Minecraft’

All Hail The King Ben Kingsley Thor The Dark World Short
Marvel Studios

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Sailor Venus To Make Her S.H. Figuarts Debut In May

S.H. Figuarts Sailor Venus
Bandai

Yet another of Sailor Moon's Sailor Senshi is set to get immortalized action figure style in Bandai's S.H. Figuarts line. Sailor Venus is set to follow Sailors Moon, Mercury, Mars and Jupiter with a new action figure in May, complete with her white cat Artemis and her alternate masked "Sailor V" ensemble.

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S.H. Figuarts Tricera Ranger Morphing In May

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Bandai

The blue-est Mighty Morphin Power Rangers/Kyōryū Sentai Zyuranger will be joining several of his action figure teammates in May. The Blue/Tricera Ranger that's been teased at conventions for the better part of the past year is now available for preorder through the Bandai Premium shop in Japan for 3,780 Yen (about $37 USD) and should surely follow suit through Bluefin Tamashii Nations before long.

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Meet Japan’s New Train-Themed Super Sentai Team, ‘Ressha Sentai Tokkyuger’

Ressha Sentai Tokkyūger
Bandai/Toei

Following the current season of the dance/gun/dinosaur-themed Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger, Toei will launch its 38th Super Sentai series, Ressha Sentai Tokkyuger. It's all about trains! Train track helmets, railroad crossing chest motifs, a giant combined train mech known as the TokkyuOh, electronic train ticket device morphers called Tokkyu Chargers  -- this show looks like it's going to be the right kind off the rails.

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Action Figures Achieve Impact With New Tamashii Nations Stage Display Stands

Tamashii Effect Impact Stage Display
Bandai

Bandai's Tamashii Nations toys look stellar at conventions when Bluefin displays its wares, and that has as much to do with the toys themselves as it does their unique environments. Come April, even the most casual collectors will be able to come closer to achieving the same level of display detail on their own with new stand bases from the Tamashii Stage line.

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Link Ink: Power Ranger Art, Superhero Skeletons And A Crazy Batman Tumbler iPhone Case

Power Rangers 20 Rangers For 20 Years Gallery

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Bandai Displays More ‘Alien’ And ‘Predator’ S.H. MonsterArts Figures [NYCC 2013]

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Bandai's AvP S.H. MonsterArts debuted a few months back at SDCC 2013, but the Bluefin Tamashii Nations booth had a brand-new Predator Wolf figure and plenty of new Xenomorph and Predator accessories alike on hand for New York Comic Con. Aliens will get to fire the figurative opening volley in the 7" toy war with the Predators, with the Alien Warrior (from 2004's AvP) figure arriving in February for $57, with the Predator Wolf (from 2007's Aliens vs Predator: Requiem) following in March for $59. The $2 price difference seems like it's due to the mild accessory discrepancy between the figures. For it's part, the Alien comes packed with an egg, a hatchling, a huge tail, and an optional inner-mouth part. The Predator Wolf features a face with a horrifying extended jaw, plus a diecast mask and a host of spears and other weapons. Click through for a closer look at both AvP S.H. MonsterArts.

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‘Mighty Morphin Power Rangers’ S.H. Figuarts Line Gets The Yellow Ranger And Power Blaster [NYCC 2013]

NYCC S.H. Figuarts Power Rangers Yellow Ranger Power Blaster

Bandai's full S.H. Figuarts line based on the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Japanese Super Sentai counterpart Kyōryū Sentai Zyuranger was more or less locked-in this past summer at San Diego Comic-Con, but it's nice to see the Bluefin Tamashii Nations booth confirm that MMPR fans will be getting a female version of the Yellow Ranger aka Trini Kwan. The 6" hyper-articulated figure was shown alongside the rest of the team, including the soon-to-be-released Black Ranger and to-be-scheduled Blue Ranger. Figurats prototypes are frequently shown as teasers and occasionally don't make it to market at conventions, but with the team's fully-assembled Power Blaster on display combining all of their trademark weapons, fans can count on being able to get their hands on the full lineup before the end of 2014. You can see all of the current and upcoming Power Rangers S.H. Figuarts toys after the jump.

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Bandai Showcases Two-Foot-Tall ‘Jumbo Megazord’ Toy Concept [NYCC 2013]

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Your Mighty Morphin Power Rangers action figures may soon be joined by a Megazord that's slightly more to-scale. Bandai America has a two-foot-tall "Jumbo Megazord" on display at booth 1628 at New York Comic Con, which dwarfs the 10" Legacy Megazord. Since the toy is currently "under consideration" and not fully announced, for now it's just represented by a prototype that lacks articulation and paint apps. Bandai did, however, include an image of the Megazord morphed into "tank mode," so it's safe to assume if it does get made, it will function similarly to the Legacy model, which combines all five individual Power Ranger Zords. You can check out photos of the potential Jumbo Megazord toy from Bandai, after the jump.

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