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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.

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Name No.sort icon Type Year
Omegamon Omegamon Action Figure 2011
Megaman X Megaman X Action Figure, Character Toy 2011
Beelzbmon Beelzbmon Anime Figure 2011
Metabee Metabee Action Figure 2011
War Machine (Special Edition) D-Arts Rokusho Robot Toy 2012
Zero (Type 2) Zero (Type 2) Action Figure, Character Toy, Video Games 2012
Izanagi No Okami Izanagi No Okami Action Figure 2012
Dukemon Dukemon Action Figure 2012
D-Arts Kamex (Blastoise) D-Arts Kamex (Blastoise) Action Figure, Anime Figure 2013
Bass & Treble Bass & Treble Action Figure 2013
D-Arts Black Zero Black Zero Action Figure, Character Toy 2014
Megaman X Metallic Version Megaman X Metallic Version Action Figure 2011
Zero (Type 1) Zero (Type 1) Action Figure 2011
Mega Man X Full Armor Mega Man X Full Armor Action Figure 2011
Terry Bogard Terry Bogard Action Figure 2012
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