Medicom Toy Channels All Might in New 'My Hero Academia' BE@RBRICK Set

Arriving in a 100% and 400% set.

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Medicom Toy is back with a pair of My Hero Academia BE@RBRICKS just days after its Jackson Pollock-themed 1000%-sized release.

Arriving in both 100% and 400% sizes, the new BE@RBRICKS takes the shape of Izuku Midoriya and Toshinori Yagi aka All Might. Each bear figurine has been treated to the bold hues that make up the superheroes’ costumes — red, yellow and blue for All Might, and Turquoise, green and white for Midoriya. The 100% figure stands 7cm in height while the 400% is 28cm tall.

Those interested can buy each set for ¥12,000 JPY (approximately $115 USD) this coming November over at Medicom Toy.

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