Merchandise/Posters

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Posters come in many sizes, and can be printed on varying types of paper and plastic. For the variant printed on cloth, see Tapestries. Sometimes, as an added luxury, the poster can come framed.

Unframed

BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle Release Event B2 Poster

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"BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle" Release Event Poster
Name B2 ポスター B2 Posutā
Available At
  • BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle Release Event (May 31, 2018)[1]
Additional Details
  • At the BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle Release Event, presenting a receipt of a preorder of BBTAG allowed a try at a lottery. This poster was part of a two-piece set that served as the red (赤) prize (unsigned), and as one of two possible choices for the gold (金) prize (signed).

BlazBlue Series 10-year Anniversary Poster

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"Guilty Gear" x "BlazBlue" Collaboration Cafe "BlazBlue" Series 10-year Anniversary Poster
Name BLAZBLUE シリーズ 10周年記念ポスター "BlazBlue" Shirīzu 10-shūnen Kinen Posutā
Available At
  • Storia Cafe, Guilty Gear x BlazBlue Collaboration Cafe (May 2018) (¥750)[2]
Additional Details
  • The items arrived in the middle of May, so orders placed at the shop before their arrival were treated as preorders.

BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle Es B2 Half-size Poster

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"BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle" Es B2 Half-size Poster
Available At
  • Thetashop Mizonokuchi mini event (May 17, 2018).[1]
Additional Details
  • Available to be preordered alongside other Es goods being sold after a signing session by Konomi Higuchi.

BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle Mini Tournament Poster

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"BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle" Poster
Available At
  • AKIHABARA Gamers main shop (May 19, 2018)[1]
  • BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle Release Event (May 31, 2018)[1]
Additional Details
  • Given to the winners of the BBTAG mini tournament hosted at the AKIHABARA Gamers main shop.
  • At the BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle Release Event, presenting a receipt of a preorder of BBTAG allowed a try at a lottery. This poster was part of a two-piece set that served as the red (赤) prize (unsigned), and as one of two possible choices for the gold (金) prize (signed).

Eighty Sixed Blazblue - Central Fiction Poster

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Eighty Sixed "BlazBlue: Central Fiction" Poster
Available At
  • Eighty Sixed x ($15.00)
Additional Details
  • PHASE IV - The stunning conclusion of Ragna's tale! Heroes of the past and present collide to decide the fate of all timelines! Change the future, and change your wall decor with this Limited Edition Blazblue Central Fiction Poster![3]
  • The item won't be restocked.
  • Size: 18" wide x 24" tall

C80 BlazBlue Continuum Shift II All Playable Characters + 1 Secret (A2 half size)

Name BLAZBLUE CONTINUUM SHIFT II プレイアブル全18キャラクター+シークレット1種(A2半裁サイズ) BLAZBLUE CONTINUUM SHIFT II Pureiaburu Zen 18 Kyarakutā + Shīkuretto 1 Tane (A2 Hansai Saizu)
Available At
  • Comiket 80 (Aug 2011), Arc System Works booth, sold as part of the BlazBlue Happy Set (BLAZBLUEハッピーセット "BlazBlue" Happī Setto) (¥10,000)[4]
Additional Details
  • Size: A2 half size (210 × 594 mm)

C76 Bathroom Poster

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Bathroom Poster
Available At
  • Comiket 76 (Aug 2009), Arc System Works Booth as part of the "Novus Orbis Librarium Military Academy Seaside Camp Version Noel's Long Day" Set (¥15,000)
Additional Details
  • Featuring various expressions of Noel, drawn specially for Comiket by Yuuki Kato, another character designer of "BlazBlue"[5]

C74 BlazBlue Poster Set (All Characters)

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C76 "BlazBlue" Poster Set
Available At
  • Comiket 74 (Aug 2008), Arc System Works Booth as part of the "[BlazBlue] Material Setting Fan Book" Set (¥5,000)

Framed

Guilty Gear x BlazBlue Music Live 2011 A3 Framed Original Illustrations

Name 「GUILTY GEAR」&「BLAZBLUE」イラスト 複製原画 "Guilty Gear" & "BlazBlue" Irasuto Fukusei Genga
Available At
  • Guilty Gear x BlazBlue Music Live 2011, available individually for pre-order (¥25,000/ea.)[6]
Additional Details
  • There were four illustrations available:
      • Daisuke Ishiwatari's "Guilty Gear" Sol
      • Daisuke Ishiwatari's "Guilty Gear XX Acore"
      • Toshimichi Mori's "BlazBlue" Ragna
      • Yuuki Kato's "BlazBlue: Continuum Shift II"
  • There were four types of frames available: clear acrylic, smoky acrylic, black wood, and white wood.
  • Dimensions and weight differed depending on whether the frame was acrylic or wooden.
  • They were exhibited at the retail store during the Guilty Gear x BlazBlue Music Live 2011, where attendees could fill out a form to pre-order one. Payment was not accepted at the venue, and could only be through cash on delivery.

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