Via Bluefin Tamashii Nations USA’s New York Comic Con 2012 Facebook album. Stop by Booth #1810 from October 11th to 14th to see it for yourself!
Tags: Action Figures, Bluefin, D-Arts, Mega Man, Mega Man Classic, Merchandise, New York Comic-Con, NYCC, Rockman, Tamashii Nations
Filed under: Mega Man News
I do not recommend buying from Blue fin/Bandai if you expect them to offer any kind of warranty on their craftsmanship. I had a figure that the arm broke on because the joint was too tight to move it in the manner it was intended. Blue Fin and Bandai refused to replace, exchange of refund me for the defect. I finally got a refund from Amazon, but it took a few calls to get the right department. BTW Amazon CS is super helpful. Just beware that you could eat a lot of money if it breaks from proper use outside of the return period for the online store you buy it from.
yeah, i had the same experience with you, my D-Arts Full Armor arm just broke off after I bought it, because of the joint was too tight…
well, good thing that the toy store here replace the toy.
@At the pic, im not very impressed on the body of the toy…
I also had this problem with the Full Armor X and Amazon replaced it. The second figure had the exact same issue and it was too late to replace it. So now, my full armor X right arm is held together with superglue and un-poseable. The other figures have all held up very well so I suppose they just screwed up on him.
Oh it’s Comic Con again? Aw, I hope to one day attend one.
On topic though, the body still looks a little weird, but I’m totally fine with that. It’s based on MM8 Rock after all, and it really shows. XD
I think it looks just fine, what are the complaints about? The jointed torso? That’s actually a great thing for posability. Just get the Jazwares Megaman if you don’t want to move him much.
No? Thought so.
i can sense now that Roll, Blues will be next….
omg… theyre milking us…
Oh wow, Nightshade Zero and Sigma in the background. Nice!
I’m surprised no one has noticed those threads on his elbows, knees and hips!They look so, weird? Other than that the torso split still makes it look off too, but if its necessary for a much better articulation then its ok I guess, but I wish they would of thought of it some more, more.
But still, way better than stupid Jazwares! LOL!!!!!
Does that black Zero have a cool thing going on with his helmet? I can’t see it all that well but I like it.
After checking out the page, they SERIOUSLY have one photo for Megaman and different ones for everything else (just an observation)
Digging the Power Rangers figures btw!
yeah that black zero looks like the fake Zero from X2
When going to make axl
I’m really surprised how many people complain when they should be feeling lucky that they are even making these figures to a 25 year old video game. Please keep them coming i would love to see some classic robot masters.
@ I killed Protoman
Considering that Mega Man 10 came out in 2010, you could argue that its a figure for a character from a game nearly 3 years ago
well, it looks like they’re probably carrying on with the X line too, so they’ll probably come up with maybe bit, byte, mac, the X hunters, Vile MK II (or whatever version he was in X3) or Wolverine Sigma. If this sigma is huge, I’d hate to see sigma’s final form from X3!
in terms of the classic series, protoman and bass would hopefully be next.