Bandai Tamashii Nations announced their latest installment in the OOO S.H. Figuarts figure line, the S.H. Figuarts (Shinkocchou Seihou) Kamen Rider OOO Sagohzo Combo figure from Kamen Rider OOO.
“Sai! Gorilla! Zou! (Dull thud) Sagohzo… (Drum beat) Sagohzo!”
Kamen Rider OOO’s Sagohzo Combo is his gray combination, using the powers of Gamel’s Core Medals: Sai, Gorilla, and Zou. OOO’s punching power is nearly doubled, while his kicking power, jumping height, and running speed are all decreased. In this form, OOO gains superhuman strength and gravity manipulation as well the ability to perform strong headbutts through the Sai Head. This Combo’s Scanning Charge finisher is the Sagohzo Impact.
The images in this article are from the coloring prototype under development. It may differ from the actual product. The figure has been sculpted to capture the characteristics of the creature that served as its motif, including the shape of its head, which is excellent for stabbing attacks, its arms, which are thick like logs, and its legs, which stomp strongly on the ground. The differences in color between the head and legs, such as white, silver, and steel, have been faithfully reproduced to match the color image in the TV series. The figure has been finished with a realistic finish that gives a sense of the powerfulness and sturdy defense of the heavyweight combo.
With this figure, there’s a Combo Change gimmick, allowing for various parts from other S.H. Figuarts (Shinkocchou Seihou) Kamen Rider OOO figures to be swapped and form various other OOO Combos. The figure stands 145 mm tall and comes with the Goribagoons (x2), 3 OOO Medals (Sai Core Medal, Gorilla Core Medal and Zou Core Medal), and a set of interchangeable hands. It is made of ABS/PVC.
The S.H. Figuarts (Shinkocchou Seihou) Kamen Rider OOO Sagohzo Combo Figure from Kamen Rider OOO will be available for order at Soul Web Shop on Friday, July 16, 2021. Overseas fans can use From Japan to purchase exclusive tokusatsu merchandise. Click here for our guide to using From Japan.
Source: Tamashii Nations Web