Takara Diaclone World Guide NEXT Hobby Japan Mook Preview and Details

Thanks to Hobby Watch, we have a preview and details of the Takara Diaclone World Guide NEXT Mook (book) that will be released by Hobby Japan on December 28th, 2021 in celebration fo the Diaclone 40th Anniversary. This book covers all the new generation modern Diaclone toys including the awesome DA-65 Battle Convoy V-MAX figure and much more. Read on to see the translated update and preview images below. The book will be on sale 12/28 at Amazon Japan.

"Diaclone World Guide NEXT" will be released on December 28th! A book packed with the charm of "Diaclone", which celebrated its 40th anniversary.

Scheduled to be released on December 28

price: 2,700 yen (excluding tax)

Hobby Japan will release the magazine "Diaclone World Guide NEXT" on December 28th. The price is 2,700 yen (excluding tax).

"Diaclone" is an original SF toy series released by TAKARATOMY. This year marks the 40th anniversary, and the series, which started with a new concept in 2015, is now in its sixth year and is very popular.

"Diaclone World Guide NEXT" is a magazine that has been verified from various angles, centering on the new series from 2015.

In "Diaclone Real Size World", representative items are introduced in full size. Diaclone has a clear scale of 1/60, so it is easy to compare the size with each item. The contrast between Diaclone members and robots and mechas should clearly convey the sense of scale of "Diaclone".

In the DA-65 Battle Convoy corner of "Diaclone Machine File", a photo of the Battle Convoy decisive battle maneuver mode by the direct pose of Mr. Motoki Takatani (TakaraTomy) of Diaclone development is posted. It is a shooting material unique to this magazine, and it describes each form and detailed gimmicks.

There is also an introduction corner for Diaclone members, so you can see the abundant variations at a glance. The Diaclone members on the full page are just a spectacular word.

Attention is the "Making of Diaclone", which describes the path from the start of development of the invincible heavy armored battle "Big Powered GV" of the "Diaclone" series to the completion of the concept. Under the explanation of Mr. Motoki Takatani using many sketches released for the first time, the content approaches the charm of "Big Powered GV".

In the "Diaclone Treasured Materials" corner, which is a must-see for fans, prototypes exhibited at "Diaclone EXPO" etc. are introduced. In addition, there is also a corner that summarizes the sketches of Mr. Shoji Kawamori, who is the mechanical designer of "Diaclone". A 6-page sketch that has not been published in the previous work "Diaclone World Guide" is posted.

In addition, a dialogue with the promotion video production staff of "Diaclone" and a special support interview by Max Factory representative MAX Watanabe and manga artist Tetsuji Sekiya are posted. On page 5 at the end of the book, there is also a newly written "History of Diaclone Development" by Motoki Takatani.

Not only "Diaclone" fans but also those who want to know "Diaclone" should definitely pick up the magazine.

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