Bluefin has opened pre-orders for a pair of new Bandai Shokugan Power Rangers Mini-Pla model kits – the Astro and Delta Megazords.
Scheduled for retail release in May 2019, the new, easy-to-assemble model kits each depict a faithful rendering of the transformable robot/spaceships that were featured in Power Rangers In Space, the 6th season of the venerable live-action sci-fi action series.
The Bandai Shokugan Astro and Delta Megazords will be available from authorized Bluefin retailers nationwide and also from a variety of leading online outlets. Pre-orders are available now. MSRP for each kit will be $42.00. Bluefin is the official North American master distributor for Bandai Shokugan.
As the Super Mini-Pla name implies, these compact model kits offer simple pre-colored snap-together assembly. A nipper or sprue cutter (sold separately) is highly recommended for assembly, but the following kits do not require glue.
- Bandai Shokugan Power Rangers Astro Megazord Super Mini-Pla Set · $42.00 – 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 (Pictured Above).
- Bandai Shokugan Power Rangers Delta Megazord Super Mini-Pla Set · $42.00 – 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 (Pictured Above).
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