T.O.P Collection Getter 1 and Mazinger Z
Organic Hobby, Inc in conjunction with Happinet proudly introduces its two new products for the U.S. market, T.O.P Collection No.3 “OVA Getter 1” & T.O.P Collection No.4 “Mazinger Z.”
"OVA Getter 1" is originated from an original video animation (OVA) "Getter Robo Armageddon" released in 1998 by Bandai Visual, based on the manga and anime series Getter Robo, created by Go Nagai. "T.O.P Collection No. 3 - OVA Getter 1" is a 6 ½" tall PVC figure fully painted and comes in a window box.
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- "T.O.P Collection No. 3 :: OVA Getter 1" is set to be released in September with a SRP of $92.00.
"Mazinger Z" (also known in the US as Tranzor Z), is originated from the manga (with same name) by artist Go Nagai, first published in Japan in 1972, and turned into a long-running anime television series later. The series lasted for 92 episodes, making it the longest running anime mecha series in the genre. "Mazinger Z" is a gigantic Super Robot, constructed with a fictitious metal called Chogokin Z. The mecha was built by Professor Juzo Kabuto as a secret weapon against the forces of evil, represented in the series by the Mechanical Beasts of Dr. Hell. "T.O.P Collection No. 4 - Mazinger Z" is a 6 ½" tall PVC figure fully painted and comes in a window box.
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- "T.O.P Collection No.4 :: Mazinger Z" will also be released in September with a SRP of $92.00.
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, Double Dragon, Entertainment Earth, BBCW, Yes Anime, etc...
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These are interesting to me...I've never heard of "Happinet" before, but these "T.O.P. Collection" figures are clearly pre-painted vinyl versions of Romu's super robot resin kits from several years ago. I seem to vaguely remember that Mazinger, but that Getter Robo's pretty obvious. Check out HLJ's Romu listings for more pics of their gorgeous kits. Hopefully, this line will take off and we'll see more prepainted versions of these (I still have an unbuilt OVA Black Getter...though there're no pics of it on HLJ's page).