Bandai is showcasing all the latest toys and collectibles from its Japanese hobby division at this year’s London Comic-Con.
The Power Rangers Dino Charge series will be making its UK debut with costumed Rangers on stage for daily meet and greets. Visitors will be able to view new toys from the show as well as see a screening of the first episode.
Disney’s Big Hero 6 will be on display in a Hiro’s workshop area. Visitors will see the latest toys from the range, as well as Hatch ‘n Heroes – already craze in Japan, these collectibles transform from egg to hero in a few simple steps.
Bandai will also be presenting Monchhichi and the latest from its Japanese hobby division, Banpresto.
Sprükits is back and Bandai is bringing DC Comics and Halo characters to life by fusing action figures and construction into this new concept.
The toy company will be partnering with its video games division, Bandai Namco Entertainment, for the show.
Chris Pearce, product manager at Bandai, said: “Comic-Con is the perfect consumer event for Bandai and we’re looking forward to expanding it this year. Being a toy company with dedicated videogame and Japanese import divisions complements us as a group, allowing Bandai Namco to hit multiple fans in one single place”.
Bandai will be at the Excel exhibition centre over the May bank holiday weekend (22-24th May) on stand 2541.