Bandai Tamashii Nations have just announced a brand new working relationship with the popular Monster Hunter franchise through their S.H.MonsterArts line of highly articulated Monsters & Kaiju’s. The collaboration with focus on Nargacuga who features in the most recent game “Monster Hunter World : Iceborne” and Bandai have worked closely the MH team to make this an accurate portrayal.
We can expect all the articulation that we’d expect from a Tamashii Nations released and the detailing too right across the board and that looks to be in the case here from the initial promotional images that we have. Right now, we don’t know much more but on April 7th we’ll be getting far more info and hopefully its release window and pricing too.
For now, check out the promotional gallery and press statement :
This collaboration between two celebrated series, “S.H.MonsterArts” and “Monster Hunter,” focuses on Nargacuga as seen in the newest title, “Monster Hunter World: Iceborne.” We worked closely with “Iceborne” art director Kaname Fujioka to make this faithful portrayal. It is both posable and as accurate as possible, using all available references and resources to capture every detail of the creature in its entirety, even parts not normally visible on-screen, such as its back. What’s more, a detachable tail and optional destroyed version let fans re-create familiar moments. An angry head and a tail posed in a charging form are included to bring Nargacuga to life.The high quality “Monster Hunter” series deserves a high quality action figure. That’s what the S.H.MonsterArts figure delivers!
In the next installment, on April 7, we will explore the details, the sculpting, the posability, and the accessories of the S.H.MonsterArts Nargacuga!
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Last modified: March 19, 2020