Multiverse Studio Again(?) Announces 1:1 Scale Replica Mega Man Helmet

Are EMIO's Mega Man LED headphones not enough helmet for your head? Well, remember the full helmet replica Capcom set up pre-orders for at last year's San Diego Comic-Con?

Multiverse Studio -- the same folks behind the Street Fighter plush Hadoken and Mega Man Bobble Budds -- have announced what seems to be the regular release of their 1:1 scale replica Mega Man wearable helmets. From their press release:

LOS ANGELES, Calif., (January 26th, 2016) – Leading toy manufacturer Multiverse Studio Inc. today announced the availability of the Mega Man® Wearable Helmet. Representing iconic characters from the classic platform videogame series Mega Man® from Capcom, this wearable helmet lets you take on the role of your favorite Blue Bomber, with the comfort of a soft, padded interior. Collectible enthusiast and cosplayers alike can show off their appreciation of Mega Man for all to see.

There's been attempts at creating a wearable Mega Man helmet over the years, but its never been made officially. Everyone's been clamoring for one - and now you really can be Mega Man with this full-size, wearable Mega Man helmet made of high quality ABS plastic with a high polish finish, authentic proportions and details, plus working LED lights! A unique clamshell hinge allows the front and back half of the helmet to easily open up to comfortably fit your head inside the soft padded interior for a perfect fit. This is a high quality replica of the Blue Bomber's helmet - perfect for display in home or office, but it also doubles as the ultimate role play accessory!

Available In authentic original Blue, the Mega Man Wearable Helmet has you covered. Mega Man Wearable Helmet will retail for $149.99 MSRP and is available Q1 2016.

Stats from the official page read as follows:

  • ABS Plastic
  • Integrated LED lights
  • Requires two AAA Batteries
  • Padded interior
  • MSRP: $149.99

Orders can be placed through Multiverse Studio themselves, or through the Capcom Store or ThinkGeek.