ThunderCats Toys Have A Promising Future - What Grade Do You Give Bandai So Far?

by Jay Cochran
September 06, 2011
MTV recently got a chance to talk with the folks at Bandai about what we might expect for the future of their new ThunderCats line. Some of the highlights of the interview include the following:

- According to Bandai the initial response to the launch of the line has been phenomenal, both from a sales perspective and a fan perspective.

- Look for Mumm-Ra's new Storm Charger tank which debut 2 weeks ago on the show to be made into a toy.

- When 6" scale versions of WilyKit and WilyKat are released, they will be packaged together.

- There will also be a Mumm-Ra in "Final Form" released that is so big he will actually be released in an entirely different scale so he looks the correct size with the other 4" scale figures.

- Bandai can make toys of SilverHawk and TigerShark-related characters that appear in the show.

- Bandai America is working very closely with Bandai Japan on additional collector pieces that should make fans very happy.

So let us know, what kind of grade do you give Bandai so far with the relaunch of the ThunderCats brand?


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