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1/12 Figure-rise Standard Ultraman Suit A Unboxing

1/12 Figure-rise Standard Ultraman Suit A

The latest Ultraman Figure-rise Standard kit is the Suit A version, and it just arrived last week! The highlights of this kit are an LED bulb to light up the chest, and an original weapon designed by Shimizu Eiichi!

The Box

1/12 Figure-rise Standard Ultraman Suit A

Here are Bandai’s highlights:

  • The effect parts have been recreated with clear parts.
  • A weapon unique to the kit designed by Eiichi Shimizu is included.
  • An LED Unit is included to recreate the glowing effect.
  • The limiter removal state can also be recreated by toggling a switch.

1/12 Figure-rise Standard Ultraman Suit A

  • Each of the joints can be articulated to recreate action poses.
  • Two types of hand parts are included.

1/12 Figure-rise Standard Ultraman Suit A

And as always, a little extra information about the kit’s source material is included.

The Runners

1/12 Figure-rise Standard Ultraman Suit A

A: Clear parts for the stand.

1/12 Figure-rise Standard Ultraman Suit A

A1: Semi-shiny grey parts.

1/12 Figure-rise Standard Ultraman Suit A

A2: Semi-shiny grey parts.

1/12 Figure-rise Standard Ultraman Suit A

B1 & B2: Glossy red parts.

1/12 Figure-rise Standard Ultraman Suit A

C1 & C2: Grey parts.

1/12 Figure-rise Standard Ultraman Suit A

D1: Clear yellow effect parts.
D2: Clear parts.

1/12 Figure-rise Standard Ultraman Suit A

Here’s the LED unit, the foils tickers, and the regular stickers, too.

It looks like a pretty simple kit for a Figure-rise, but with a couple of pretty neat features that don’t disappoint! Will you be building this one?

Get yours here:
1/12 Figure-rise Standard Ultraman Suit A

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