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Kamen Rider Build - Toy Based Hero? Some Assembly Required!

With just a month left before the new Kamen Rider hero is revealed, a new set of rumors has surfaced regarding his helmet and motif. As always, take this with a grain of salt.

From Dukemon of Rangerboard:

- Kamen Rider Build's helmet antennae is based off a screwdriver and a utility knife.

- Kamen Rider Build is based on plamo hence the the "some assembly required" slogan. When build transforms, he only has a dark grey suit of a under armor and parts are attached to the armor to give him his form just like when you attach a part of a plastic model.

Looks like PLEX has just made a Kamen Rider hero with kit bashing abilities plus that "Build" name has a ring of a familiar mecha anime in it...

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9 Responses
  1. Unknown Says:

    Kamen Rider GANPURA!!!! *insert GBF opening song*

  2. Anonymous Says:

    HOLY CRAP A GUNPLA RIDER!!!! Im somewhat more hyped for this than ex-aid a lil bit more

  3. Unknown Says:

    Ooh...first Video Games now Model Kits? Kamen Rider is really dipping into the Geekdom these past two years.

  4. Unknown Says:

    Buy Our Literal Toys

  5. Anonymous Says:

    And before u know it they're going to make something like AkibaRanger Kamen Rider version. Next series would probably be about anime or cosplay lol

  6. Anonymous Says:

    Interesting idea. It would make the Rider very customizable. I can see him using a multitude of different weapons.

  7. Fenris Says:

    If this turns out to be true, then I'm putting bets on Manga Rider in 2019.

  8. Kamen Rider Olympus Says:

    "Brand new toys!"

  9. Anonymous Says:

    So, is it going to be like gundam build fighters? - Buy Video Games for Consoles and PC - From Japan, Korea and other Regions
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