Gamera: High Grade

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Gamera: High Grade (HG (エイチジー) シリーズ,   Eichijī Shirīzu, lit. H.G. Series) is a line of two-inch tall collectible gashapon figures produced by Bandai. These figures are released in waves that are each based on a specific Gamera film. They are typically sold in vending machines and all require at least minor assembly.

Sets[edit | edit source]

Gamera 1[edit | edit source]

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The first set of Gamera: High Grade figures was released in 1995 to commemorate Gamera's 30th anniversary and the release of that year's film, Gamera the Guardian of the Universe.[1] The figures included in the set are as follows:


Gamera 2[edit | edit source]

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Set 2 was released in 1996 to coincide with the release of Gamera 2: Attack of Legion.[2] It includes:


Gamera 3[edit | edit source]

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The third set was released in 1999 in conjunction with Gamera 3: Revenge of Iris. [3] Figures included in this set are:


Gamera One[edit | edit source]

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The line of High Grade Gamera figures was revived in April 2021 as part of the then-ongoing commemoration of the franchise's 55th anniversary. The first new wave consisted of four figures from the 1995 film Gamera the Guardian of the Universe. The poses of the flight mode figures are based on the film's theatrical poster.

Gamera Two[edit | edit source]

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A wave of figures based on the 1996 film Gamera 2: Attack of Legion was released in August 2022.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • High Grade figures exist for every single monster from the Gamera series except for Zedus.

References[edit | edit source]

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