Bandai/Namco Releases Amazing Rise of Skywalker Model Kits (Pre-Order Now!)

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North American toy distributor Bluefin has opened the opportunity for fans to pre-order their new Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker model kits. Bluefin is the official retailer and channel distributor of Japanese and Asian toys, collectibles, novelty and hobby products from Bandai/Namco. These are really cool and high-detail. Check their new models below!

The Rise of Skywalker Character Models

The latest Bandai Spirits Hobby kits include three vehicles and three figures from the upcoming film. New Character Model Kits include a 1/12 Scale diorama of BB-8 and D-0, the newest droid in the Star Wars universe, a 1/12 Scale First Order Storm Trooper, and a 1/12 Scale release of Kylo Ren.

Bandai Press Release

The Rise of Skywalker Vehicle Models

New Vehicle Model Kits include a 1/72 Scale X-Wing featuring an R5 Astromech Droid, a 1/72 Scale kit of Poe’s X-Wing, featuring R2-D2, and a 1/144 Scale kit for the Millennium Falcon as depicted in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.

Bandai Press Release

Beautifully detailed, hyper-accurate models

The detail on the vehicles is incredibly intricate, and the best part is you don’t need a degree in engineering to assemble them. Bandai Hobby makes their high-quality model kits by blending complex detail that hardcore collectors like, with construction requirements that model builders of all skill levels can assemble.

None of these kits require any glue, and the character models are poseable. Sprue Cutters or similar clippers are recommended for assembly, but are sold separately.

Sprue Cutters for model-making
Sprue Cutters for model-making

What do you think, collectors? Will there be room made on your shelf for these Rise of Skywalker beauties? The kits are available at any authorized Bluefin retailer and affiliated online outlets. That Millennium Falcon model is gorgeous. It’s time to get out the wallet!

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker hits theaters on December 20th, 2019.

Source: Bluefin

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