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D-Arts

D-Arts

D-Arts is a series of three-dimensional new-generation digital characters.
It adopts the movement and materials to suit the characteristics of each piece, and then is reproduced in full view of the world of the character.

D-Arts focuses on characters that appear in Video Games or other electronic media.

D-Arts Black Zero
Bandai
Bandai
Bandai
Dukemon
Bandai
Bandai
Zero (Type 2)
Bandai
Bandai
Metabee
Bandai
Beelzbmon
Bandai
Megaman X
Bandai
Omegamon
Bandai
Sort by: Toy name Toy line Year Published
D-Arts Black Zero Black Zero D-Arts 2014 01.15.14
D-Arts Bass & Treble D-Arts 2013 08.27.13
Kamex ( Blastoise) D-Arts 2013 09.13.13
Dukemon Dukemon D-Arts 2012 05.21.13
Izanagi No Okami D-Arts 2012 01.06.13
Zero (Type 2) Zero (Type 2) D-Arts 2012 06.19.12
Rokusho D-Arts 2012 02.22.12
Metabee Metabee D-Arts 2011 05.21.13
Beelzbmon Beelzbmon D-Arts 2011 05.21.13
Megaman X Megaman X D-Arts 2011 05.21.13
Omegamon Omegamon D-Arts 2011 05.21.13

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NYTF2012: Tamashii Nations: D-Arts

Your voice does make a difference, and no where is that more apparent than in Tamashii Nations D-Arts Line.

2012-02-16 19:33
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