Paradox Pokemon Iron Bundle Chogokin action figure
Image courtesy of Bandai Spirits and The Pokemon Company

Paradox Pokemon Chogokin Action Figures Revealed

The Pokemon Company and Bandai Spirits announced a collaboration in which the latter will produce Chogokin die-cast action figures based on the Paradox Pokemon Iron Bundle and Iron Moth. Pre-orders for both items opened on the Japanese Pokemon Center Online website.

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Both figures will have multiple swappable parts to change their facial expressions. The sets will also include a Booster Energy-shaped magnet with a pair of LR44 batteries that will make the eyes glow when attached. Each figure will also have adjustable parts, such as Iron Moth’s wings and Iron Bundle’s head and tail bag.

Iron Bundle’s Chogokin figure will be available at 13,200 yen (~$85), while Iron Moth will cost more at 16,500 yen (~$106). These Pokemon collaboration action figures also appear as part of celebrations for the Chogokin line’s 50th anniversary.

A trailer showcasing the action figures and their gimmicks has also appeared on the Japanese official Pokemon YouTube channel:

The Future Paradox Pokemon Iron Bundle resembles Delibird, while Iron Moth looks similar to the Pokemon Black and White debutant Volcarona. Both Paradox Pokemon first appeared in the ninth-generation Nintendo Switch entries Pokemon Scarlet and Violet.

The Paradox Pokemon Chogokin die-cast action figures of Iron Bundle and Iron Moth will be available in late November 2024.

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