I might be a little bit late on these, but here we’ve got the remaining exclusives for Super7‘s SDCC 2014 booth #4945! They toys can be purchased for the whole duration of the convention at their booth, as long as supplies last.
Starting with the Bug Splattered Crystal Mecha, it’s made of grey, blue, black, and glow-in-the-dark drip vinyl with paint splattered details for a price of $95 each. As for the “Incredible Eye Keep Watch Mummy Boy” in collaboration with Mishka, it is cast in marbled green and purple vinyl with silver, white green and red details for $65.
Next up is a lovely “Mummy Boy Adventure Set”: including the standard Mummy Boy, Pumpkin Boy and the Keep Watch heads, they’re made of marbled pink and silver-embedded clear vinyl for only $75.
On it goes with the “Volcano Fire” Caveman Dinosaur and the “Burnt Offerings” Honoo! Made of red vinyl and marbled black + metallic copper vinyl respectively, they’re priced at $35 a piece.
What would a good Super7 booth be without a Secret Base collaboration? Their Zombie FrankenObake is made of marbled blue and grey vinyl in a black vinyl suit for a price of $65.
And finally, in addition to the previously revealed Foster, the matching “Cookies and Cream” Pie Guy and Milton figures are made of marbled brown and GID vinyl with price tags of $25 each.
It looks like the new Fungus Boxer Ree and Quiller figures by Paul Kaiju have indeed made it in time for SDCC! Dropping exclusively at Gargamel’s booth #5144 on Saturday at 1pm, he’ll have a run of milky-translucent Fungus Boxers with GID attachments and some Quiller customs on green, blue and orange vinyl for an undisclosed price. Nice!
Some owners of Restore‘s Eternal Cloud might have already gotten one of these in their hands as a few pieces were sent to shops who offered pre-orders for said piece, but now Restore have officially announced the debut of their Black Zeus and Goddess minis! Made of one-part soft vinyl with hollow bottom, the first batch will be sold on Sunday at Wonder Festival and will be priced at nothing but $2 each! Standing around 2.25″ tall.
L’Amour Supreme has been painting a run of 10 “Alien” Bootleg Kaiju figures for SDCC! Dropping at Frank Kozik’s booth #5051 today at 1:11pm, they stand 8.5″ tall and come priced at $200 each.
It’s been exactly 3 months since Bwana Spoons‘ successful Lonny Kickstarter campaign, now the first vinyl pulls have arrived at his home! Along with several unpainted and mixed parts Lonny and Jeff bodies for a possible SDCC release, we get to see the full reveal of Paul Kaiju’s “Quiller” variant as well – who knows, maybe a few lucky folks will be able to grab the first customs at his A Fistful of Dominoes event at Gunnzo?
Update: SDCC release confirmed on Thursday at 11am, booth #5144! The skull-headed Devon Shlongneck variant by Bwana and T9G’s weather god sculpt (flesh-headed guy on the right) will join the party as well!
Seen at Super Festival 65 in April, here comes another debut by Handsome Taro M: Black Cat Yokai! Based on the character from Shigeru Mizuki’s Akuma-kun manga, it stands 9.5″ tall and is priced at $65. Orders will be accepted from Sunday, July 27th on and Black Cat Yokai is most likely to also be for sale at Wonder Festival the same day.
Jetturre and Handsome Taro M have finally started to accept online orders for their new Chibi Good Robot and Horumora/Hormorah figures! Having originally been released at a convention several months ago, these mini editions of their popular sculpts stand approx. 4.75″ tall and are made of light pink and blue vinyl for a price of $18 each. I’m not really sure if they accept international orders, but Japan residents can place their orders here.
Here’s part 2 of Linden Toy‘s exclusives for this Wonder Festival summer edition with 2 new debut releases up their sleeves: a Kemedama by Shigeru Mizuki for $49 and a Slug toy by Osamu Tezuka for $45, larger than their previous version! Both versions below are just test pulls, the final versions are going to be painted.
Having just made it time for a small release at SDCC, Jeremi Rimel of Miscreation Toys is proud to announce his new Glergle sofubi! Most people might remember Glergle from his resin days, now Lulubell will be offering the freshly pulled vinyl versions at their booth #5045/5057 during this week along with a prototype-preview for another upcoming Miscreation Toys figure in the works.