Following the well-sold first Digivice released in December 2015, Bandai's official online store Premium Bandai today started accepting pre-orders for two types of "D-3 Digivice" featured in the Digimon Adventure anime franchise, from its Complete Selection Animation line for adult anime fans, for a March 2017 release. Check the details after the jump.
Following Cure Melody (April 2015), Cure Rhythm (May 2015), and Cure Beat (April 2016), Bandai's official online store Bandai Premium today finally stated accepting pre-orders for S.H. Figuarts Cure Muse, the long-awaited fourth character figure from the eighth PreCure TV series Suite PreCure♪. Check the details after the jump! /
Bandai's official online store Premium Bandai and the Evangelion franchise's official store EVANGELION STORE have started accepting pre-orders for "Evangelion Unit-02 Beast G Mode," the new collaboration figure between Toho's Godzilla and the Evangelion anime series, for a February 2017 release. Check the product photos of the series after the jump!
Following the well-received Pikachu released in March of this year, Bandai's official online store Premium Bandai has also started accepting pre-orders for a new PC character cushion inspired by Eevee, one of the popular characters from the Pocket Monster/Pokémon anime and game franchise, for a November 2016 release. Check the details after the jump!
Following the male and female version Ranma Saotome and Shampoo, Bandai has also added a new action figure of Akane Tendo, the main heroine in Rumiko Takahashi's popular comedy manga series Ranma 1/2, to its S.H.Figuarts line for a February 2017 release. Check the details after the jump.
HEYBOT!, a children's gag anime about robots that engage in joke battles, is coming to TV Asahi in September, and the official website for the series has updated with all sorts of information about the staff, cast, characters, and story for the show. Hit the jump to learn more.
Bandai Visual is gearing up to release a deluxe, 2 piece Bluray box set for Sunrise's hot-blooded mecha series from 1994, Mobile Fighter G Gundam. Hit the jump to learn more.