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Project BM Wataru Kurenai

Bandai & Medicom continue their collaborative "Project BM!" line, which is essentially the "let's do the recent guys in Medicom RAH 1/6 size since we're still only up to Kuuga in the main line" spin-off. What I mean is, the name might be different but these guys are Medicom Real Action Heroes through and through. The spin-off started back in 2005-ish with Kamen Rider 1 & 2 from THE FIRST, then saw characters from Hibiki, Kabuto, Den-O, & THE NEXT join the line-up. Now, later this year Kamen Rider Kiva (Kiva Form) already get his due.


Blade 12 Inch

Blade is back. After defeating Deacon Frost and stopping the threat he posed to humanity, the Daywalker must team up with the same vampire council he intended to destroy and a team called the Blood Pack—a cadre of vampires trained to kill Blade. Why the unholy alliance? A new breed of vampires—the Reapers—has risen, horrific creatures who feed on both humans and vampires. Led by Nomak, the estranged son of Damaskinos—head of the vampire council—these monster are stronger, fiercer and more frightening than anything Blade has seen before.

Blade (Eric Brooks) is a fictional character, a superhero vampire hunter in the Marvel Comics universe. Created by writer Marv Wolfman and penciller Gene Colan, his first appearance was in the comic book The Tomb of Dracula #10 (July 1973) as a supporting character. The character went on to star or co-star in several comic book series as well as a film and television series. Actor Wesley Snipes portrayed the vampire hunter throughout the film series while Kirk "Sticky Fingaz" Jones took on the role for the television series.

Sideshow Collectibles is proud to bring you the latest in Hot Toys' Movie Masterpiece Series, Blade from the blockbuster film 'Blade II'! The 1/6th scale BLADE collectible figure is the perfect addition to any Marvel fan's collection.

The Blade 12 inch Figure features:

* 32 points of articulation
* Lifelike head sculpt with Blade's signature tattoos at back
* Film-accurate costume including overcoat, black jacket, best, shirt, pants and boots
* Authentic Likeness of Wesley Snipes as BLADE
* Sunglasses
* Shoulder Holster
* Two (2) foldable glaives
* Two (2) extendable hand armors
* Sword with scabbard
* Interchangeable sword handle with blades
* Five (5) stakes
* Two (2) UV Bombs
* Machine Gun
* Two (2) Handguns
* Four (4) sets of interchangeable gloved hands
* Figure stand with Blade II movie logo and Blade nameplate

Well at least Wesley Snipe as Blade here looks like Mr. Tukul Arwana,, our popular host in Indonesia... =P

Credit by Sideshow Collectibles

12 inch Mr. Bean Figure + Teddy

Who would of thought that there will be a Mr Bean release in 1/6 scale, Enterbay surprised everybody with the announcement of the impending Mr Bean! People don’t realize that Mr bean is very very popular in Asia and its sure going to be a great seller, I’m sure it will sell well here in the UK too, Home of Mr bean!!!

The character of Mr. Bean was first developed when Rowan Atkinson was studying for his MSc at Oxford University. A sketch featuring the character was being performed at the Edinburgh Fringe in the early 1980s. A similar character called Robert Box, played by Atkinson, appeared in the one-off 1979 ITV sitcom Canned Laughter , which also featured a routine used in the film version. In 1987, one of Mr. Bean's earliest appearances occurred at the " Just For Laughs " comedy festival in Montreal , Quebec , Canada. When program co-ordinators were scheduling Atkinson into the festival program, Atkinson insisted that he perform on the French-speaking bill rather than the English-speaking program. Having no French dialogue in his act at all, program co-ordinators could not understand why Atkinson wanted to perform on the French bill. As it turned out, Atkinson's act at the festival was a test platform for the Mr. Bean character and Atkinson wanted to see how the silent character's physical comedy would fare on an international stage with a non-English speaking audience.

The name of the character was not decided after the first programme had been produced, with a number of other vegetable-influenced names, such as "Mr. Cauliflower", being explored. Rowan Atkinson has cited the earlier comedy character Monsieur Hulot , created by French comedian and director Jacques Tati , as an influence on the character of Mr. Bean. Stylistically, Mr. Bean is also very similar to early silent films, relying purely upon physical comedy , with Mr. Bean speaking very little dialogue. This has allowed the series to be sold worldwide without any significant changes to dialogue.


* 30cm Tall
* Realistic Facial Likeness of Mr. Bean
* Interchangeable 360 Eyeball System
* Tailored-made “Mr.Bean” Outfit
* RM-1 Body
* 6 Posing hands
* Exclusive “Mr.Bean” Teddy Bear
* Matching Briefcase
* Figure Stand FS-100
* Certificate of Authenticity Card
* 2009 Newly designed and developed packaging
* Officially sculpted by Arnie Kim

credit by Enterbay
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