Official 1:1 Scale Zero Mask from Code Geass Released by Bandai

23.June.2018 | ANIME&GAME

Bandai have a series over on their official shopping site Premium Bandai called Full Scale Works where they develop life-size masks of popular anime characters.

The latest entry to their series is a 1:1 scale mask of the founder of The Order of the Black Knights himself Zero from Code Geass. Measuring in at around 350mm, the 3D mask costs ¥32,400. Pre-orders opened on June 15, 22018.

Its design is simple, sleek and beautiful with a shiny polished finish.

In Code Geass, the mask is worn by series protagonist Lelouch to conceal his identity. Bandai have brought to life every small detail in the mask, from the glossy black colouring to the golden Geass symbol. To make this mask even more authentic, it was made in co-operation with Code Geass character designer Takahiro Kimura. The mask is an absolute must-have for bedrooms of merchandise collectors.

 

*Please note that this mask should be used for display purposes only. The mask is hollow but may lead to injuries if worn.

Get your hands on the official Zero mask and feel like Lelouch.

 

■Information
Full Scale Works – Code Geass 1:1 Scale Zero Mask
Available: Bandai Shopping Site ‘Premium Bandai’Sales Page: http://p-bandai.jp/item/item-1000126219/?source=search&medium=pc&content=textlinkAlso available on the Megahouse website and instore, Ami Ami, and Animate.

Pre-Orders: From June 15, 2018 (*Limited quantity available)
Delivery: October 2018

Price: ¥32,400 (Tax Included) (Shipping & Handling Fees Not Included)
Ages: 15+
Size: 1:1 Scale (Approx. 350mm)

©SUNRISE / PROJECT L-GEASS Character Design ©2006-2017 CLAMP・ST

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