Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Good Smile Company 12" (30cm) SSSS.Gridman Gigan-Techs Gridman action figure Preview

Pre-order SSSS.Gridman Gigan-Techs Gridman from BBTS (link HERE)

SSSS Gridman (stylized as SSSS.GRIDMAN) is a Japanese anime television adaptation of the 1993–1994 tokusatsu series Denkou Choujin Gridman. The production is a joint collaboration between Tsuburaya Productions, the production company behind Gridman and the Ultra Series, and Studio Trigger. The two production companies previously collaborated on the Denkou Choujin Gridman: boys invent great hero short original net animation for the Japan Animator Expo. The "SSSS" in the title stands for "Special Signature to Save a Soul" as revealed in the final episode. It is also a reference to Superhuman Samurai Syber-Squad, a US adaptation of Gridman the Hyper Agent. The series premiered on October 7 and ended on December 23, 2018.

The story focuses on Yūta Hibiki, an amnesiac first-year high school student living in the fictional Japanese city of Tsutsujidai. He meets the Hyper Agent Gridman in an old computer, who states that the boy has a mission he must fulfill; Yūta sets out to find the meaning to those words and his memory loss. The sudden appearance of kaiju eventually changes the usual dynamics of Yūta and his classmates. Yūta is able to merge with Gridman to fight kaiju, but after the kaiju attack, people's memories are reset and those who die are forgotten.

Presenting the GIGAN-TECHS 300mm action figure series - Approximately 11.80 inches (30cm)! The Gridman GIGAN-TECHS series features fully articulated action figures with stunningly detailed sculpts at around 11.8" in height! Featuring LED light-up eyes and head, a high level of articulation makes creating dynamic poses easy. 10 clicking mechanisms are included at various points of the figure used for preserving joint positions. (CR1216 battery x1 required. Battery sold separately.) The Gridman figure comes with Sword and Stand

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