Bluefin, a Bandai Namco group company and the leading North American distributor of toys, collectibles, and hobby merchandise from Japan and Asia, has detailed its exhibit showcase for Toy Fair 2019.
Bluefin heads to the toy industry’s largest annual North American trade show February 16-19 with a colorful array of soon-to-be released collectibles and products from leading brands such as Tamashii Nations, Bandai Shokugan, Storm Collectibles and Flame Toys. Attendees are invited to catch first-look opportunities for the latest additions to popular product lines from these companies including Godzilla, Transformers, Mortal Kombat, Mobile Suit Gundam and Power Rangers.
BANDAI TAMASHII NATIONS
Bandai S.H.MonsterArts Godzilla 2019 · MSRP: $70.00 · Available June 2019
Godzilla returns in a new release depicting the iconic King of Monsters as he is seen in the new live-action film hitting theatres this year. Based on the same 3D information used in the film, and overseen by the legendary sculptor, Yuji Sakai, Godzilla features accurate proportions, details, and coloration and the overall quality and detail collectors have come to expect from the S.H.MonsterArts product line. The set also includes the fire-breath effects and stand for the accessory.
Shokugan Mobile Suit Gundam Micro Wars · MSRP: $8.00 each · Available May 2019
A new compact line of iconic vehicles and mecha from the venerable Mobile Suit Gundam anime. Product line includes a combination of diminutive and highly detailed iconic Mobile Suits featuring movable pilot figures. Figures can be placed in the cockpits of select releases.
The Shokugan Gundam Micro Wars product line includes:
- Gundam Mobile Suit RX-78
- Type 61 Battle Tank & 3 figures (featuring Amuro Ray figure & 2 EFGF soldiers)
- Char’s Zaku Mobile Suit
- Mass Production Type Zaku Mobile Suit
- Magella Attack Tank & 3 figures (featuring Char Aznable figure & 2 Zeon soldiers)
Bandai Shokugan Power Rangers Astro Megazord Super Mini-Pla Set · $42.00 · Available March 2019
The Astro Megaship served as the base and primary Megazord for the Space Rangers depicted in Power Rangers in Space. It would later become the Galaxy Rangers’ base of operations. The completed kit can easily transform from the Megaship/Megashuttle form into robot form. The Astro Megazord also may be combined with the Delta Megzaord to form the mighty Astro Delta Megazord.
Bandai Shokugan Power Rangers Delta Megazord Super Mini-Pla Set · $42.00 · Available March 2019
The Delta Megaship is the second Megaship Zord of the Red Space Ranger from the Power Rangers in Space TV Series. It was controlled remotely by the Red Space Ranger’s Battilizer Gauntlet. The completed kit can easily transform from the Megaship/Megashuttle form into robot form. The Delta Megazord also may be combined with the Astro Megzaord to form the mighty Astro Delta Megazord.
Flame Toys Transformers Bumblebee Furai Model Kit · MSRP: $50.00 · Available March 2019
The 4th release in Flame Toys’ hit Transformers model series of features Bumble Bee. Fans and collectors will appreciate the exceptional articulation with over 50 moveable joints. The completed kit stands 5.1 inches tall – 5.7 inches with the helicopter accessory. Boldly colored parts simple assembly make Bumblebee ideal for model kit beginners. Solid hard plastic ABS & PS construction also makes the kit suitable for advanced builders to add custom paint and detailing.
Storm Collectibles “Baraka” Mortal Kombat 1/12 Scale Figure · MSRP: $70.00 · Available March 2019
Storm Collectibles expands its line of legendary video game characters with Baraka from Mortal Kombat. Baraka led the attack against Liu Kang’s Shaolin Temple and he belongs to a nomadic race of mutants living in the waste-lands of the Outworld. Baraka’s fighting skills gained the attention of Shao Kahn who recruited him into his army. As a “kontestant” in the Mortal Kombat tournament, he will ensure his emperor’s claim to Earthrealm. Superior articulation allows one to recreate all of Baraka’s signature fighting moves. Accessories include: Interchangeable Head Sculpts, Interchangeable Blades, Interchangeable Hands and Blade Spark Effect Injury Effects.
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