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The alien frog invaders are back again to try and conquer the Earth--this time piloting "Mk.II" updates of their previous robots! A simple snap-fit assembly kit, the robot comes in parts molded in col... (learn more)
First Goku has a JET buggy and now he's riding on a ROAD buggy?? Why does this guy get all the buggies?
This little kit comes with the buggy, Oolong, and Goku molded in very nice detail and ready ... (learn more)
Wait a minute, wait a minute. Mighty Mouse, as in, "Here he comes to save the day" and all that? Something seems off here, this isn't the way I remember that going at all.
In all seriousness, this... (learn more)
Time to flex those painting muscles! The Dragon Ball Mecha Collection line is here, bringing palm-sized renditions of your favorite Dragon Ball vehicles! This kit of Lunch riding her motorcycle and re... (learn more)
Time to flex those painting muscles! The Dragon Ball Mecha Collection line is here, bringing palm-sized renditions of your favorite Dragon Ball vehicles! This one is of Bulma's motorcycle and features... (learn more)
Time to flex those painting muscles! The Dragon Ball Mecha Collection line is here, bringing palm-sized renditions of your favorite Dragon Ball vehicles! Bulma and Goku return for this installment, th... (learn more)
From Kotobukiya’s new Sci-fi Fantasy series, ARCANADEA, the Dears with an animal-like form, Yukumo, joins the plastic model kit lineup!
By changing out certain parts, the model can be assembled i... (learn more)
We really like how Bandai came out of the gate just dropping absolute bombs with the edgiest renditions of Digimon that the world has ever seen, and it wasn't until like 10 "Amplified" releases happen... (learn more)
We know absolutely nothing about this show, but we do think that this Figure-Rise Standard character model is head-and-shoulders above the one from Kyoukai Senki mainly because it comes with an awesom... (learn more)
An updated version of Figure-Rise Standard Vegeta is joining the line on the heels of New Spec Goku! New technology allows dynamic posing without causing unnatural gaps in the silhouette, and detail h... (learn more)
Suitable for Pekoponians of all ages
Keroro here was pretty simple to assemble and looks really cute after he's all setup. He has alternate arms and legs of varying lengths, so you can set him up in any way you'd like! The Sergeant even has a gimmick where you can switch his eyes out between his normal appearance and a more scheming look with a handle on the back of his head! The Kero Ball is completely unpainted, and there's no star sticker for the Gundam shield, but they don't detract from the main star of the show, Keroro!
HEADS UP - One side of his eyes actually snapped off when I was placing them into his head, but that's moreso me being clumsy. Just be aware that it can happen! The shield on mine also has an issue with being held in Keroro's hand, so you might wanna thicken up the handle on it with tape or a smidge of super glue if it's the same with yours.
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