Bandai affiliate FlameToys has showcased a new line of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers model kits at San Diego Comic Con 2022. The core five Mighty Morphin Power Rangers are on display. These are model kits that fans put together and are quite posable. Check out the pictures!
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Flying under the radar this week was an announcement from Bluefin Brands during what would have been WonderCon week on an upcoming release from Flame Toys. While there is no release date and no production sample images to show there is a basic design image of an upcoming Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Megazord.
This model kit is roughly 7 to 8 inches tall, will fully transform and combine like in the show, and feature a range of articulation as seen in other Flame Toys model kits.
No release information is available though it will be distributed via Bluefin Brands and likely available wherever Bluefin Brands products are sold. We’ll have more details when they’re available to share.
Continuing through the lineage of the Heisei Era Kamen Riders, Bandai Spirits just revealed the next one to receive the Figure-Rise Standard treatment and it is none other than Kamen Rider Ryuki himself. In addition, Bandai has assured fans that more Heisei Kamen Riders will be joining this line, with the teaser for the next one to be from Kamen Rider Agito.
From the pictures, we can see that the Ryuki kit will include parts to build his Contract Monster, Dragreder other details at the time of this writing aren’t known, but we’ll be sure to keep you updated once more info is available.
With Bandai’s very retro Super Minipla Sun Vulcan Robo and Jaguar Vulcan looming just over the horizon, the time is ripe to unveil the next entry in the Super Minipla line up: as you might’ve already figured it out, it will be none other than Super Minipla Victory Robo from Kyukyu Sentai GoGo Five or as some of our Power Rangers readers will know it as: the Lightspeed Megazord.
Thus far, only the featured reference sketch for the pair of mecha was found online we have no indication on when these two will see a release but we’ll be sure to update you once more information becomes available.
Model enthusiasts rejoice! Bandai is out in full force at the All Japan Model & Hobby Show 2019 with a plethora of new Figure-Rise Standard kits for us.
To start things off, Kamen Riders Gemm Action Gamer Level 2, Kuuga Mighty Form, and Kamen Rider Joker were shown off in full at the event along with a confirmation that the next Rider to join the ranks will be Kamen Rider Den-O Sword Form.
In addition, the finished sample for the Ultraman Tiga Suit from the Manga/Netflix Ultraman series was shown off in full with concept sketches for Evil Tiga in the background.
Among the aforementioned kits, we only have release information on Gemm and Joker: both model kits will be P-Bandai exclusives with the former retailing 3000 yen. We’ll be sure to update you once more information regarding these products become available.
Ultraman fans rejoice! A brand new suit joins the SSSP’s arsenal with lineart having been released this past weekend of the Manga’s take on the popular Ultraman Tiga design.
This is our first clear look at the Ultraman Tiga suit, thanks to line art that was released. This particular design is created by Eiichi Shimizu himself though plans to integrate it into the current story are currently unknown.
We do know that Bandai plans to release this into their Figure-Rise Standard model kit line though release info and sample photos for that piece have yet to be released at the time of this writing. We’ll be sure to update you once more info becomes available.
The next of Bandai Spirit’s Figure-Rise Standard Ultraman model kits was just recently revealed via an update from their official Twitter Account. Following The Ver.75 suit, we have our first look at the Figure-Rise Standard Ultraman Ver.A!
There’s currently no word on pricing, though we do know that the kit will come out sometime in April. Other accessories are also not known at the time of this recording, although it does seem to include an LED-Light Unit that you’ll likely need to install yourself.
Stay tuned, and we’ll provide more updates on this kit as it’s made available.
As you may recall, Bandai teased the release of a pair of Minipla: Dyna Dragon and Gridman Sigma way back at Summer Wonder Festival in July. It’s been some time since that event and seems like Super Minipla King Gridman & Gridman Sigma are both finally ready for production. Pre-order-links have gone up, and with that, we have a plethora of new images of what the colored product will look like.
Two options will be available: to pre-ordering Dyna Dragon on his own will run you 4,860 yen while the bundle with Gridman Sigma will cost 6,480 yen. Either way, both will be shipped out sometime in February 2019.
For those new to the fandom: Gridman Sigma is the proposed sequel series to Gridman and proposed ally of Gridman. Gridman Sigma would’ve been the alter ego of Takeshi Todo, a former villain in the previous series. The hero wouldn’t make his debut proper until the 2015 animated short: Gridman: Boys Invent Great Hero.
For those of you who needed more Kamen Rider model kits in their lives, we have good news for you: unveiled at the Shizuoka Hobby Show in Japan, we have a prototype sample of a Figure Rise Standard Kamen Rider Ex-Aid, the perfect accompanying piece for the upcoming Figure Rise Standard Kamen Rider Build kit.
No release info was disclosed at the event as it still appears to be in the early stages of development. In addition, they’ve also announced that the Kabuto and Faiz kits will be reissued under this new sub-line. Stay tuned, and we’ll bring you more info on this kit as soon as it becomes available.
In case you missed it, Bandai announced that the Figure Standard series will once again be delving into Kamen Rider with Figure Rise Standard Kamen Rider Build Tank Rabbit having been on display at the last Winter Wonder Festival.
Offical stock photography along with release info for this forthcoming kit courtesy of Bandai Hobby.
Figure Rise Standard Kamen Rider Build Tank Rabbit will be released in July and cost 3,240 yen.