Let us for a second put aside how we feel about the current events regarding Spider-man in the MCU and take a look at Figuarts newest addition to Marvel arsenal.
S.H. Figuarts has added numerous offerings to the Star Wars line to appease fans. Qui-Gon was one that we have been waiting for and he was WORTH the wait.
Marvel Studios Doctor Strange was a big success with fans. The S.H. Figuarts version of Benedict Cumberbatch is pretty spot on and it is a cool figure to boot.
Fans demanded it, and Bandai Tamashii Nations listened. We FINALLY get a S.H. Figuarts super hero with a cloth cape!
S.H. Figuarts has come through again with praise and anguish with the Anakin Skywalker figure based on his likeness from Episode 2.
If you have been collecting the S.H. Figuarts Stars Wars line then you know how amazing these figures are. Chewbacca is no exception as he continues to show why this line is flourishing.
S.H. Figuarts has released their version of the Joker from Suicide Squad in his silver tuxedo.
The scruffiest of nerf herders, the captain of the Millennium Falcon, and general of the rebellion Han Solo is here!
One of the biggest booths on the floor was Bluefin, showing off almost something for every type of collector.
Bandai/Tamashii Nations just added another notch in their licensing belt with the addition of a WWE Super Star action figure of the MOST ELECTRIFYING MAN IN SPORTS ENTERTAINMENT!
The Heroes in a Half Shell are now complete as Bandai/Tamashii Nations release Mikey and Raph to complete the core team of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Did you ever want one of those cool cosplay helmets you see at Comic Con? Well, Bandai America is helping that dream become reality.
As we round out 2016 S.H. Figuarts still has a few more tricks up their sleeves and with this Episode II Obi-Wan the galaxy looks safe and sound.
Bandai gave the fans some awesome Power Ranger toys for the 20th Anniversary Legacy line. Now we have been treated yet again with a new take on the Legacy line.
As a toy collector, I love it when companies compete with the same license. They always try to one up each other, and you know who wins? The fans.