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Premium Bandai Wants to Digivolve Your Figure Shelf With the Ultimate Image Omegamon X-Antibody

It’s the 20th anniversary for Digimon Adventure, and you recognize Bandai Namco is throwing a celebration in each means potential. Sure, the upcoming anime film and ostensible ending level was delayed here, however that doesn’t imply the merchandise goes anyplace. For instance, if you want to have a totally well-crafted show of one of the crucial highly effective Digimon ever in your shelf, Premium Bandai has you lined. Until the tip of May 2020 (or availability runs out), you’ll be able to try the newly-opened western Premium Bandai store and come up with the Ultimate Image Omegamon X-Antibody determine.

Preorders for the Ultimate Image Omegamon X-Antibody determine finish on May 31, 2020, and the present projected launch window is July 2020. This figure has a retail price of $85.00, which matches the scope right here. The Ultimate Image line is a self-serious collector’s product, and the product web page notes the figures are “colored manually” and that the design was overseen by designer As’maria. The determine is eight inches tall and comes with a bonus Tokomon X-Antibody determine.

Omegamon is likely one of the strongest Digimon on the market on the heroes’ facet, making its debut within the second Digimon Adventure film, Our War Game. It’s the results of a fusion between War Greymon and Metal Garurumon, and the X-Antibody model is so highly effective it’s principally written within the lore as unbeatable. Its most notable online game look is Digimon World Re:Digitize Decode for the Nintendo 3DS,

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