Toys & Collectibles America has announced the launch of a second wave of customizable Gundam Infinity figures.
Gundam helped pioneer the real robot subgenre of mecha anime. Fans of the space opera were quick to make space on their shelves to bring the Gundam Universe home in figure form.
"Customizable figures have become synonymous with Gundam with increasingly intricate models by hardcore fans," says Daisuke Zama, vice president, marketing, Bandai Namco Toys & Collectibles America. "We're thrilled to be able to provide an entry point for newcomers entering the world of mecha anime with figures designed to turn fans into collectors."
Bandai Namco Toys & Collectibles America's Gundam Infinity collection launched last year offering fans collectible 4.5-inch figures that come with interchangeable body parts to mix and match across characters for endless customization. The newly-released figures are based on the Mobile Suits, Gundam Deathscythe, Char's Zaku and Gundam Exia, known
An even smaller scale is available with the first wave of Mobile Change HARO figures, which transform from the iconic Haro form into a collectible 3.5-inch figure.
The Gundam Infinity series includes Wave 1 and 2 available now and includes Gundam Artemis, Gundam Barbatos, Gundam Astray Red Frame, Wing Gundam, RX-78-2 Gundam, Gundam Deathscythe, Gundam Exia and Char's Zaku. Wave 3 is available for pre-order and includes Burning Gundam and Unicorn Gundam. Mobile Change HARO Wave 1 is also available for pre-order and includes Wing Gundam Zero, RX-78-2 Gundam, Unicorn Gundam and Zaku.
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