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Gundam Model Kits And More Toys Coming To Barnes and Noble In April

Barnes and Noble Gunpla

Is some kind of action figure model kit renaissance in on the horizon? First Bandai America announces its upcoming Sprukits line (which includes importing Japan's LBX buildable robot warriors, plus new DC Comics and Halo characters) and now Bandai Japan distributor Bluefin has announced that Barnes and Noble is set to start selling Gundam model kits a.k.a. GunPla in its 400+ U.S. retail locations and its online store beginning in April.

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Toy Fair 2014: Bandai’s Sprukits Build Up Superman, Batman, ‘Halo’ And More

Toy Fair 2014 Bandai Sprukits MAIN

I wasn't expecting to see much past new Power Rangers toys when I visited Bandai America's booth at Toy Fair 2014, but I was straight up stoked when I rounded a corner to see its upcoming line of Banda Japan-designed SprüKits. What are SprüKits? Try all-new action figure model kits of Superman, Batman, Joker, Halo soldiers and more -- all available in several scales of size and complexity. Additionally, the SprüKits line is being used to import Bandai Japan's existing Danball Senki LBX figure kits.

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UM-1 Ultimetal Optimus Prime Displays The Anatomy Of An Autobot Leader

UM-1 Ultimetal Optimus Prime

Hasbro and Takara's larger Transformers Optimus Prime figures have been sporting Autobot Matrix of Leadership-storing chest chambers for years now, but Action Toys' upcoming UM-1 Ultimetal Optimus Prime digs even deeper by giving toy fans a look at the Generation 1 version of the heroic leader's entire anatomy from the inside out via removable plates. Turns out robots-in-disguise are full of their own mechanical guts and black stuff.

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10-Foot Model Kit Gundam Statue Sees Completion

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Remember the beginnings of that awesome fan-made "Mobile Suit Gundam" statue constructed entirely from model kit runners (the plastic frames that builders pop pieces from) that was shaping up in Japan a few months back? Well, it's finally fully-formed and the results may be more impressive than any single regularly-assembled Namco Bandai kit.As reported by Tomopop, the affectionately named "Recycle Grade Gundam" took more than 250 hours to build ov

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Gunpla Get Glorified In New Gundam Model-Centric Anime Series

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Okay. This is getting a little meta - and a little terrifying...In celebration of the 30th anniversary of Gundam plastic models, Bandai Namco is bringing forth an all new anime titled "Mokei Senshi Gunpla Builder Beginning G," all about a young boy named Haru who gets his kicks out of building Gundam models

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Mega Man Action Figure Model Kit From Kotobukiya Available for Preorder

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I wasn't sure whether or not I should get my hopes up of ever owning Kotobukiya's crazy awesome Mega Man/Rockman model kit when shots of the completed toy hit the 'net a few days back, but sure enough, it is now available for preorder.

Standing at 5" tall with scads of accessories (multiple faces, buster blasts and hands), the action figure model kit fi

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Giant Gundam Statue Recycles Model Kit Runners

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When it comes to model kits, my love for Bandai's scores of Gundam toys really knows no bounds. They do have one weakness, though: waste. Unlike conventional action figures, the model kits leave behind some excess plastic in the form of "runners," which hold each model piece into place prior to assembly

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