Hedogon teaser by Elegab

With the recent Hedoronchaku lottery having just ended, Elegab is already giving us a small teaser for yet another upcoming pollution monster: Hedogon! Appearing to be standard-sized (around 9″), it will already be released at next weekend’s Super Festival 66 and if we’re lucky enough, a second colorway is going to be offered in next month’s lottery. What an amazing output Nari-san has!

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Vaiaguras by Blobpus x Yamomark

Once again, Blobpus has collaborated with Yamomark to paint up a run of their Vaiaguras figure! Appearing to be cast in glow-in-the-dark vinyl with signature Blobpus colors and made to order, the pre-order comes at a price of $80 plus shipping and remains open until September 28th. To get your piece, be sure to send an email to shopping@blobpus.jp with “Vaiaguras [BLObPUS Paint Ver]” in the subject and your name, country, address, telephone number and PayPal in the body.

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Elegab’s Hedoronchaku lottery debut

As mentioned a few days ago, this month’s Elegab lottery for the new Hedoronchaku sculpt has started today! Cast in black and orange vinyl respectively, they stand 9″ tall and are made of 6 parts, including articulation in all of their four tentacles. One of these lovely, one-eyed pollution monsters is going to set you back $80 and if you’re interested, you’ve got time to send your email with all of the necessary information until September 21st at 10am Japan time. Awesome!

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Green blank Evil Demon by Bukimi Blasters

Bukimi Blasters will be releasing the unpainted version of the new Evil Demon sofubi this Friday, September 19th at 11pm EST for a period of one hour only! Priced at $90 and made of light green vinyl, they’re limited to 13 individual pieces and there’s going to be one additional set of 5 toys for a price of $400, in case you want to get some for a few friends or to paint them yourself.

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Lolgolth Gnazgoroth debut by Skinner and Unbox Industries

Almost a year has passed since we’ve gotten a first look at the digital sculpt for Skinner’s Lolgolth Gnazgoroth sculpt, now Unbox Industries are ready to release the first edition at this weekend’s Mondo Con in Austin, Texas! Made of vinyl in such a detailed and complex manner that the factory has given it the nickname “the impossible toy”, I’m guessing a few unpainted black editions will be made available this weekend, while Unbox will be selling them online in October and will “make sure everyone gets one”!

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Elegab’s Hedoronchaku online debut

After only a little bit of waiting time, Elegab will be launching the first online lottery for his new Hedoronchaku sculpt on September 18th! Releasing in classic orange and black vinyl, we can expect them to be priced in the $85 range and I’ll be announcing further details once they’re live. Exciting!

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Space Harrier Mammoth by Geek Life

After the successful launch of the Altered Beast Aggar figure in July, Geek Life from Japan are proud to release the first picture of the second Sega Retro Game Sofubi Collection toy: the one-eyed Mammoth from Space Harrier! With the sculpt remaining faithful to the original video game enemy from 1985, it appears to have articulated legs, head and possibly tusks as well. Further news on the release will come during the next few weeks!

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The Galaxy Commanders by Skullmark

Displayed for the first time at SDCC a little while ago, Lulubell Toys are excited to present the exclusive pre-order of the Galaxy Commanders by Skullmark! Based on the classic, mini-sized Hong Kong action figure line of 1977, they’ve been re-imagined in the mega size of 9.5″ while remaining true to the original sculpts. The unpainted “Galaxy Black” edition will be available for pre-order in limited quantities at Lulubell today, September 13th at 5pm Pacific for a price of $65.99! For further pictures of work-in-progress sculpts, be sure to take a look at the Skullmark Instagram.

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