Bandai UK is heading the MCM London Comic-Con from the 27th to 29th of May. Their booth, S1040 at the Excel Centre will feature both Bandai products as well as the licenses that Bandai UK specifically distributed in the United Kingdom including the McFarlane action figure line, Banpresto, Gundam Infinity, Chibi Masters, Shokugan, Dragon Ball, & Tamagotchi.
The Bandai UK team will also be debuting the brand new Anime Heroes Digimon collection at the show, with the first wave of WarGreymon, Omegamon, and Beezlemon on display. Check out the teaser images below shared with us by Bandai UK and as seen a Digimon Con.
“Bandai UK is set to return to the UK convention scene from May 27th – May 29th with a newly designed, collector-focused booth showcasing the very best of the collector channel. Amongst the brands on display will be our growing range of 6in Anime Heroes figures including the worlds first in-person look at Wave 01 of the Digimon collection. The first three characters include WarGreymon, Omegamon & Beezlemon, each of which made their livestream debut at the inaugural ‘Digimon Con’ on February 26th and we’ll have samples on display to reward UK collectors for their continued support of Digimon here in the UK with the line launching here this July. We’ll also have the currently styles of the original Digimon Device, DigimonX & Digimon Vital Bracelet! Come see for yourself at MCM London Comic Con at the London Excel from May 27th – 29th – Bandai UK Booth S1040. Follow @bandaishopuk on Facebook & Instagram for all the latest.
Also on display will be items from our Banpresto, Gundam Infinity, Chibi Masters, Shokugan, Dragon Ball, Tamagotchi & McFarlane Toys.”
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