Discussion in 'Toys Unlimited' started by alternate-zer0, Aug 6, 2010.
the claws were always chrome
Did you guys know that you can see the Bandai Premium HK site in English?
I for one didn't...
I see it now! But it was nice some stuff got translated from the JP store.
Anybody on the fence about Metal Garurumon? My pal Steve did an extensive review of the figure:
It looks like it's better off a statue than a legit figure if it has that limited articulation.
MetalGarurumon? Articulation isn't limited at all. It could use a tiny bit more in the ab area, but I thought the figure was pretty top notch.
I guess the reviewer was expecting a little more.
I need it o.o
Well, I think this clip sums up my feelings just fine:
My god, does Lucario look awesome.
I'm sure they can't do all of the Pokemon as D-Arts figures/We're about 700 at the most.
I'm sure they could do most of the Bipedal Pokemon like possibly Scyther & Scizor to name a few.
I'd say do all of the starters and some fan favorites, as is the case with Mewtwo and Lucario.
Anyone know if the renewal version of Wargreymon will get a retail release? I would think Bluefin would say something by now to cash in on Digimon Fusion.
Bluefin would have said something a long time ago, not now, if it was getting a US release. So far, it's not, but they do want to find a way down the road to bring the renewal and MetalGarurumon out here.
I hope the other Legendary Pokemon will get D-Arts. I don't think Rayquaza will be that hard to make since they will likely reuse the Dragreder mold seeing that they both have long body structures.
April 2014 I am hearing stirs of an Omegamon re-release. Anyone care to confirm?
If they do a re-release of Omegamon/Omnimon then I hope Bluefin can try to give it a US retail release. I miss out on the old figure and people now sell it for $200 on Ebay. For new D-Art figures, I hope Tamashii Nations will start branching out into various other western properties for the D-Arts line. So far, the D-Art figures have been based on Japanese video game and digital franchises.
D-Art figures on western video game franchises I would like to see get made:
God of War
Jak and Daxter
Left 4 Dead
PaRappa the Rapper
Team Fortress 2
I just hope Bluefin gets a retail release for him in the US. If he does well enough then I hope Bluefin and Bandai Japan can try to make some Digimon figures. Digimon I want to see get made into D-Arts figures:
Any of the Dark Masters
Imperialdramon (both modes)
I just love to have a full team of the Royal Knights
You sir, are awesome.
Is anyone aware of any differences between the newer version and the previously released set?
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