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Bass and Treble are next in Bandai's D-Arts Mega Man line

Jan 22 // Tony Ponce
   @megaStryke

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After rockin' some kickass Mega Man X figurines for a while, Bandai decided to return to the series' classic roots with an OG Mega Man and Rush combo this past December. And because little boy blue was just so gosh-darn popular, his rival Bass was bound to crash the party.

D-Arts Bass is confirmed for a June release at a price of ¥3990 (~$45), and he will include his trusty canine companion Treble. No American release has been announced yet, but Bandai has been on the ball in bringing all the Mega Men westward via Bluefin.

If you haven't purchased any D-Arts figurines, Mega Man or otherwise, whip out that wallet as soon as you can. These aren't model kits or resin statues, but rather some of the highest quality action figures I have ever seen. The sticker price may seem rather high, but sleep easy knowing that these figures more than demonstrate their worth. Trust me.

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