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Dobutsu Sentai Zyuohger - Zyuohger Zyuland Base?

A recent listing from the Amiami website has surprised the Zyuohger fandom as from out of nowhere, a Kyodai Henkei Kichi DX Zyuland Base pre-order was listed. What could this mean?

Yep folks, the toy's name was listed as seen in the image above. Could this be true? Will we see another base robot? Or was this an error? Who knows, we might see this one in the upcoming 3rd quarter toy catalog by surprise!

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12 Responses

  1. But it says SPD? Could it be....

  2. Utchy97 Says:

    The image is just for inspiration...

  3. Anonymous Says:

    I wouldn't be surprised. Last year we had Lion Ha-oh and the year before the hyper Ressha so why not and honestly I like the base/carrier mechs they used to do

  4. Anonymous Says:

    Doggy was also from zyuworld??

  5. Anonymous Says:

    @Sentai Henshin
    2nd picture d00d. 1st is just an example

  6. Anonymous Says:

    It's be just like the Lion ha-ho castle and the Ressha hyper terminal. Zyohland base is going to be the big thing that lets all the cube animals combine. Then later in autumn, there will be more cube animals.,

  7. Anonymous Says:

    thats dekabase crawler lol

  8. Asshole Says:

    And yet again these comments display the intelligence (or lack thereof) of the posters on this site. Jesus Fucking Christ...

    I can see this happening, since recent Sentai seem to be obligated to have a giant clusterfuck of a mobile base to increase toy profits.

  9. Anonymous Says:

    ... I think the first pic is throwing people off.

  10. reisher Says:

    Too cheap for dx base....

  11. @Anonymous My net sucks. I just saw the second pic hahaha. - Buy Video Games for Consoles and PC - From Japan, Korea and other Regions
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