Gonna TIGA! Take me, take me higher!
Thanks to the latest round of magazine images we can see that Bandai Tamashii Nations have something very special in store for Ultraman Tiga’s 25th anniversary. Whilst many assumed his revealed-long-ago S.H. Figuarts figure would finally be released to celebrate occasion, these new images in fact reveal that Tiga will be the first Ultraman to join the S.H. Figuarts Shinkocchou Seihou range!
Sporting the Shinkocchou Seihou “true bone carving” sculpting method, Ultraman Tiga will be released for the price of 6600 yen (exact release date still unclear). Along with a selection of alternate hands, it will also include his Spacium Beam effect.