Organic Hobby, Inc releases the next three new figures as a part of Kaiyodo’s 2G Revoltech Series
After the successful releases of the first generation of Revoltech’s figures sculpted by the brilliant “Yamaguchi Katsuhisa.”, Organic Hobby, Inc in conjunction with Kaiyodo proudly introduces its three new products for the U.S. market, “Revoltech Danboard,” “Revoltech Helldiver” & “Revoltech Brocken.”
The concept of “REVOLTECH” is an innovative joint system that allows the figure(s) to demonstrate any kind of dynamic and realistic pose unlike any other PVC action figure.
Not only can advanced “figure modelers” demonstrate “cool” and almost real poses for each “REVOLTECH” figure but also the consumers as well.
Organic Hobby, Inc in conjunction with Kaiyodo will release every month, two to three new character figures as part of the “REVOLTECH Series.”
The following three figures set to be released in December with a SRP of $22.00. are:
- Revoltech Danboard is a fictional character from the ongoing comedy manga series "Yotsuba&!," by Kiyohiko Azuma, the creator of Azumanga Daioh. (SRP: $23.00)
- Revoltech Helldiver (or ARL-99 Helldiver) piloted by Noa Izumi is based on the famous Anime action TV series "Patlabor, Mobile Police" directed by Naoyuki Yoshinaga.
- Revoltech Brocken (or Type-7B/2B Brocken), is also based on the famous Anime action TV series "Patlabor, Mobile Police" directed by Naoyuki Yoshinaga.
The figures stand five and half inches tall and have fourteen articulation points or more. Each character comes equipped with “Replaceable” parts and accessories.
Organic Hobby is one of the largest Hobby and Toys makers/manufacturers in Japan and is also very popular for its specialty in "Anime & Manga" industry. Organic Hobby, Inc (U.S Office) is introducing these and other unique products based on J-POP culture to U.S. markets and customers. All of our company's product can be found throughout our official distributors such as AAA Anime, Diamond, 88 Dragon Trading, Entertainment Earth, BBCW, Yes Anime, etc...
|Posted 31 October, 2007 - 10:34 by JoshB|