Overturning the Definition of Toy Collection using NFT Technology. Beast Kingdom and Tsuburaya Productions collaborate to launch a new generation of "Ultraman" NFT figurine collection based on classic Ultraman.
- Posted: November 22, 2022Categories: Recent NewsRead more
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Beast Kingdom Co., Ltd. (HQ Banqiao, New Taipei City. Representative: Yung-liang Yang) and Tsuburaya Productions Co., Ltd. (HQ Shibuya, Tokyo. COO: Masayuki Nagatake) have signed a joint licensing contract coming into effect on April 1st, 2022. The contract seeks to expand the sale of the Ultraman Series and other licensed Tsuburaya products in Taiwan.
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Tis the season to be Jolly!
What a year 2020 has been, yet with all its challenges, the joys of Christmas and the preparations for a new year always brings fun and laughter to kids and adults alike.
So what better way to celebrate the holidays than by revisiting one Beast Kingdom’s most festive offerings with The Nightmare before Christmas range of statues, statuettes and figures.
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Season 1 of Mandalorian was not only one of the most watched TV shows of 2019, but also won 7 Emmy Awards, including ‘Outstanding Drama Series’. A fitting achievement for an amazingly fun ride through a new side of the Star Wars Universe! So why not explore the wonders of the Mandalorian Tv show with your very own EAA Mandalorian and Child figure set, only available from the Entertainment Experience Brand: Beast Kingdom!
- Posted: June 22, 2020Read more
After 23 explosive movies, The Infinity Saga to the sadness of many came an end. It’s been two years since we waved goodbye to Tony and his Iron Man suite-ups, now I’m not sure if we will ever see him again (maybe a replacement for J.A.R.V.I.C.E ’hint’ ‘hint’?), but admittingly Tony had always been the ‘Elon Musk’ of the MCU. Or was it the other way round?
A playboy philanthropist one day, a universe saving superhero the next. From Tuxedos to casual wear, the melding of man and machine came full circle with the Tony Stark’s Nano Mark-50 suite-up, giving fans one of the most unforgettable suite morphings ever seen on screen.
So why was the Iron-Man Mark-50 suite-up so unforgettable?
- Posted: March 25, 2020Read more
The Joker: Mindless anarchist or a product of society?
In the pantheons of superheroes and villains no two characters are more intertwined than Bruce Wayne/Batman and Arthur/Fleck The Joker. Whereas the hero Batman’s birth is a product of loss, The Joker is often given an ambiguous background, which changes and morphs within the confines of our times.
With the introduction of Batman in DC’s 1939 Detective Comics #27, Bob Kane, its creator and artist introduced comic-book lovers to new type of superhero. One without otherworldly super-powers! This character, whilst physically based on ‘swashbuckling’ heroes of the time like Zoro, had a dark backstory, with the loss of his parents being central to his motivations to uphold justice, and with came the need to create a counter-balance! A ying to his yang as it were!