Our friends over at Tokunation hit the floors of San Diego Comic Con last weekend! Here, we sum up some of the discoveries that were made during the show.
Numerous new items were revealed at San Diego Comic Con. Let’s get straight to the nitty-gritty, shall we?
Over at the Bandai America booth, a number of new items for the Legacy line were displayed publicly for the first time. The Legacy Saba Sword and White Tigerzord both make their debut appearances, sporting new molds and painted-on decals. Also shown for the first time is the Power Morphicon exclusive Ranger Key two-pack, featuring the Lightspeed Rescue Titanium Ranger and Jungle Fury Wolf Ranger.
The Legacy Power Morpher makes its return in a new form as the Movie Edition White Ranger Power Morpher, featuring an appearance mirroring that of the 1995 Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers The Movie morpher.
Also shown once again is the Legacy Titanus Carrier Zord, which is now available for pre-order at ToysRUs.com.
Also shown at the Bandai America booth were prototypes of the Power Rangers Dino Charge toy line. Each item is a hand-painted prototype, not indicative of the final product, though the Triceratops (named Dricera in Japan) had been painted purple instead of pink and is stated to be its final color.
Over in the Tamashii Nations booth, the usual suspects were on the scene: Mighty Morphin’ S.H. Figuarts, Dino Megazord Super Robot Chogokin, Green Ranger Figuarts Zero statue. But, two new items were also on display: The SDCC exclusive Armored Mighty Morphin’ Black Ranger and the Figuarts Zero Mighty Morphin’ Red Ranger statue. Also on display were a number of Kamen Rider Figuarts, as Tamashii Nations has the license to distribute web exclusives stateside.
Also on-site were Loyal Subjects, showing their upcoming Power Rangers vinyl figures. As of this post, there is no planned release date.
That’s the basic gist on the merchandise front of San Diego Comic Con! What are your favorite toys? What are you hoping to see next? Let us know in the comments section below!
All images courtesy of Tokunation.com
You can check out more images and discussions over at Tokunation.com at these links:
- Bandai Photos from SDCC 2014
- Tamashii Nations Display – Power Rangers and Kamen Rider
- SDCC – Loyal Subjects Power Rangers Vinyl Figures