Sequel to Angel Chromosome-XX Series 1: A-15 Arael-XX
Torrance, CA, November 13, 2006 – Yamato USA, the North American division of the Yamato Toy Group with headquarters in the otaku capital of the world - the Akihabara district of Tokyo, Japan, is pleased to announce the opening of pre-orders for “Sequel to Angel Chromosome-XX” Series 1: A-15 Arael –XX, the continuation of WAVE’s popular line of Evangelion inspired figures.
“Sequel to Angel Chromosome-XX” Series 1: A-15 Arael-XX
The Angel's may be gone, but the threat lives on... With their latest diabolical plan, NERVE recklessly intends to cross human DNA with that of the Angels. The plan: Project-XX. The results: Angel Chromosome-XX.
Japanese collectible manufacturer WAVE in collaboration with GAINAX and Kannon Yoshizaki continues to bring the next chapter in the Evangelion saga to figural life with “Sequel to Angel Chromosome-XX” Series 1: A-15 Arael-XX. Joining previous experiments A-03 Sachiel-XX, A-14 Zeruel-XX, A-17 Tabris-XX, and A-02 Lilith-XX, Arael-XX measures approximately 5.15" and is depicted impaled with the Lance of Longinus which brought about her demise as an Angel. Arael-XX comes with detachable display base packaged in a collector's style window box with multiple views so that she can be appreciated without having to be removed... good news for die-hard collectors.
Yamato USA and its distribution partners are now excepting retailer pre-orders for this special piece. For more information on this and other great collectibles, please visit Yamato USA’s website at www.YamatoToysUSA.com.
ABOUT YAMATO USA
Yamato USA is the wholly owned subsidiary of Yamato Co., Ltd with headquarters in Tokyo, Japan. For over six years, Yamato USA has proudly served the North and South American hobby/collector markets with a wide offering of miniature collectible figures, PVC and die-cast action figures, as well as poly-resin and PVC statues inspired by the hottest titles in Japanese anime, manga, and video game properties. Featured properties include Masamune Shirow’s Koukaku-Kidoutai (a.k.a. Ghost in the Shell), Appleseed, and Intron Depot; Yasuhiro Nightow’s Trigun, Nobuhiro Watsuki’s Rurouni Kenshin (aka Samurai X), Kentaro Miura’s Berserk, and Katsuhiro Otomo’s Akira.
|Posted 14 November, 2006 - 09:43 by JoshB|