During the event, Gundam Base will be getting its own pop-up installation at the San Diego Convention Center, the first of its kind to ever set foot outside of Asia. There you’ll find more than 150 different products on offer, including SDCC’s own exclusives as well as a whole host of models that are usually only available at other Gundam Base stores across Tokyo, Fukuoka, Nagoya, Kyoto and Shanghai or at Yokohama’s famed Gundam Factory.
As for SDCC itself, the event is set to return this year after more than a year-long hiatus due to COVID-19. The fan-favorite celebration will now take place between November 26 to 28, and you can learn more about it over on its official website.
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