Figurama’s much anticipated Hunter x Hunter diorama, featuring Netero vs Meruem, is one step closer to full reveal!
Another massive release from Tsume in 2018, this is Ace from their ever expanding HQS statue line! We will have a full review and photo gallery soon, but for now, please enjoy this unboxing.
Another Dragon Ball Z release from Tsume-Art for 2018, this time featuring Goku vs Nappa…is this statue’s power level over 9,000?!?! Come on in and see for yourself!
Tsume-Art statues are very hard to come by in our neck of the woods, so needless to say, we were definitely intrigued heading into our first Tsume review. We can’t think of a better way to start off, with perhaps their biggest release for 2018: Majin Vegeta! Come on in and see our high-res gallery and 4K review!
Are you feeling sad that you missed out on Figurama Collectors Tokyo Ghoul? Fret no more! An ultra limited allotment of 55 pieces will go up for pre-order tomorrow
Fans that were able to secure themselves a Tokyo Ghoul statue from Figurama before it sold out last week thought they couldn’t be happier…until now! Come see what Figurama has in store for future owners of this statue!
Another Dragon Ball Z release from Tsume-Art for 2018, the Quiet Wrath of Son Goku! This statue depicts the climactic scene of the battle with Nappa, showing Goku standing triumphant after breaking Nappa’s back! We will have a full detailed review of this statue soon, but for now, please enjoy this unboxing!
As we work on the full gallery and review, have a look at this unboxing of Tsume-Art’s Saiyan Prince, Majin Vegeta!
Our first review of a Figurama piece is here! And this one is BEASTLY! It’s the Devilman vs Amon Elite Exclusive statue, and not to spoil things…it’s AWESOME!
During Figurama Collectors’ big Tokyo Ghoul event this weekend in Thailand, some juicy tidbits about their upcoming Attack on Titan diorama were revealed. Come read what they had to say!
Figurama Collectors is set to launch their official Tokyo Ghoul Elite Fandom diorama on August 19th at 11pm Tokyo time (that is 10am eastern time). Start counting down…1000…993…