Bass/Forte and Treble/Gospel D-Arts and more at the Tamashii Nations 2012 exhibition
Bass, known as Forte in Japan, was introduced in Mega Man 7. While that game doesn't tend to top many fans' lists, Bass took off due to awesome character design. Bass also came with his own version of Rush, names Treble (or Gospel in Japan). Together, they made a fearsome team. Now, Tamashii Nations has teased Bass and Treble at their Tamashii Nations 2012 exhibition in Japan. Also notice all of the color variants for Mega Man in the background! No real info on these yet, but it's great to see the pair getting the D-Arts treatment.
Closer pic of Bass and Treble after the break, as well as the variants, and a new Sigma shot.
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