Last year, Pokémon Center started a new line of Pokémon collectibles called Gallery Figures. The initial line featured Pikachu, Mew, Eevee, and Magikarp, while the second line contained Cubone, Vulpix, Psyduck, and Jigglypuff. Since then, the lines have been smaller, with a third wave featuring only Espeon and Umbreon, and a fourth wave starring the three starters from Sun and Moon: Rowlet, Popplio, and Litten. This next wave is the smallest yet in terms of number of figures, but the sole member of this fifth wave is far from small.
One of the most popular Pokémon, Charizard, finally joins the Pokémon Gallery Figure line. Not only that, but as the first ever DX figure, he is substantially larger than any other Gallery Figure. As with all collectibles in the line, Charizard is performing a signature move: blast burn. The figure launches on February 27 at PokémonCenter.com and retails for $28.99 while supplies last.