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Jul 31, 2017

Tony Bui’s “Important Stuff” A Glow-In-The Dark Journey

Our good pal Tony Bui has just recently started a Kickstarter campaign to help fund a very fun and unique book! Check out “Important Stuff” A Glow-In-The-Dark Journey, a book that teaches children about some “Important Stuff” such as things like the Dinosaurs, Vaccines and the first civilization of Mesopotamia. Tony is known for his GID prints and wanted to extend that into a super rad children’s book. He’s got some awesome pledge packages to choose from, which includes goodies like pins, commissions and pizza parties. Be sure to take a look at this campaign page HERE and please help to get this book made!

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Marsham Toy Hour – S2 E16 with wtfunks of Super7 and Vinyl Pulse


Guess who’s back, back again. That’s right! I got to join in once again on this weeks episode of Marsham Toy Hour with Gary Ham and Theresa Hawkins. We get into some fun Leaks and Sneaks, as well as a discussion about toys with moobs. We also go over toy photography versus stock styled photos when it comes to toys. There was also some chit chat about Martian Toys’ “The Next Great Blank Toy” Contest, which sounds very promising. Probably my favorite part of the episode was our Fantasy picks for our own little mini-figure draft. If you want to hear who I picked for my roster, you’re going to want to listen below!

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Matt Gondek x Silent Stage Gallery – Deconstructed Homer: Night Moves (8.1)

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Homer is back, in black. Silent Stage will release the Night Moves edition of Matt Gondek’s Deconstructed Homer sculpture cast in high-impact resin.  Limited to 100 pieces, the all-black edition follows the OG Pittsburgh edition (yellow + black).  It drops on Tuesday (8.1) at 11 AM PDT from Silent Stage’s online shop for $169.99 (+ s/h). 


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Jul 30, 2017

Luke Chueh x Munky King – Possessed Black Exclusive for Grief Encounters Kickstarter


It’s been a decade since Luke Chueh’s Possessed grabbed hold of collectors and refused to let ago.  Now, Munky King will rerelease its first art toy—arguably its most epic—with an updated 10th Anniversary sculpt. First out of the chute is the Possessed Black (as my soul) exclusive available as a reward for backers—$230 level—of the Kickstarter for the  Grief Encounters animated short series

Think of the 10th Anniversary Possessed as a rerelease and artist’s cut.  The intent is to make the classic figure available to a new generation of collectors and at the same time improve upon it artistically and technically.  The new figure matches the dimensions of the original and  features sculpted facial elements including the bear’s eyes and nose and the devil’s eyes, matching Luke’s evolving vision.  The 10th Anniversary edition will also add articulation to the right arm at the shoulder and drop the articulation at the wrist—OG shoulder articulation was limited to the left arm.  Finally, the new release will be re-engineered to fix the spinning devil issue that haunted the original.  Beyond the Kickstarter exclusive Black edition, the 10th Anniversary colorways will match the original colorways.

Grief Encounters is an ambitious series of planned animated shorts which offer an exploration of Luke’s classic paintings.  A collaboration between Luke, Munky King and director Stu Gamble’s Tiny Giants production house, the shorts expand on the paintings by immersing the viewer into the surrounding emotional landscape of each piece.  The debut Target short—streaming now—introduces us to the expanded story telling approach using a mix of animation and real-world elements.  The initial Kickstarter goal of $120k will fund creation of the first five shorts (Target include).

The extensive rewards include digital assets including storyboards and production files for aspiring filmmakers ($75) as well as several exclusive toy editions including HUNG GID ($90), Prisoner GID ($135),  6” Prisoner XL Kickstarter Exclusive Colorway ($300) , and of course the Possessed Black Kickstarter Exclusive ($230). c445a6b19ab3fc75fde37fb11c959af5_original

Oh, did we mention there’s a $150k stretch goal which will unlock a brand-new Combustion figure based on Luke’s popular painting?  This figure would be exclusive to Kickstarter and not released separately.

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Jul 28, 2017

Coarse – Ethos Volume One: Cells (8.4)

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Coarse embarks on an enigmatic, surreal journey with the new Ethos series.  First up is Cells, a wild vinyl piece (10.5”) featuring a cut-away view of a void character revealing that which lies within.  The ‘cells’, seen as a surging jumble of characters, seem to represent fantastic potential, limitless horizons, and rainbow bridges.  Cells is one of a precious few ‘it’ toys, the reason that we all started collecting ‘art toys’, things that shouldn’t exist, couldn’t exist, but yet…do.   

Looking at the Cells photos is a journey all on its own, a flash back to standardized exams and rotating 3D blocks.  This is the front, the side, that’s a unicorn, is that a fish?, oh…there’s cat. More than simply building desire for the figure, these promo shots make us yearn for a face-to-face experience, a chance to slowly consider it, rotate it, and attempt comprehension.  And, there’s more… the upcoming Ethos Volume 2 Strangers is darker with a tenuous link to reality.  Strangers makes Cells seem almost straightforward in comparison.

Cells will be available in two editions—the muted Narcosis and the vibrant, over saturated Paranoia—each limited to 299 pieces.  Coarse will release Cells on August 4th at 8:59 AM PDT from $185 from the Coarse Shop.

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Mame Moyashi – Hattori Taro Pre-Order

Mame Moyashi, the talented folks behind the runaway-hit Maguro Senpai  and a growing line of seafood figures are breaking the mold with a new ‘zoo’ series.  First up for the new universe is Hattori Taro, a cat creature, or is it? At first glance, this is a walking fat cat, but when you get a look at the back, you realize… It’s a fat guy wearing a cat suit or <gulp> a skinned cat.  Hattori’s exaggerated cartoony sculpt fuels the visual punch line—love the cat face and the stubby paws.The dark humor reminds us of the brand’s OG Maguro figure—a tuna contemplating his umm… culinary future as an order of sashimi. 

Hattori Taro is available for pre-order for $68.99 through August 20th from select retailers including myplasticheart.  The crazy cat should be released into the wild sometime in November.


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Jul 27, 2017

Six TwentyEight – MITT Watermelon GID


To celebrate the dog days of summer, Six TwentyEight will release the new MITT Watermelon GID sofubi.  The new edition features a fun green/red design with a melon rid helmet (!).  The Watermelon edition drops at WonderFestival Summer 2017 (7.30) at booth 7-22-11.   If you’re not going to be able to make it out to Makuhari Messe for the show, the figures will also be released online on Tuesday (8.1) at 5 AM PDT for $52 (+ s/h) from 6 28’s web shop.  As with the other releases, this Watermelon GID edition includes a MITT upper body, bumper car, and a lower body for display in and out of the bumper car.


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Jul 26, 2017

Huck Gee x Clutter – SKLFKR Untouched (7.28)


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It’s here… The 24” of articulated menace that is Huck Gee’s SKLFKR makes it debut in the all-white Untouched edition from the folks at Clutter with 3D assistance from Cubo. The robotic gladiator features a removable battle axe, a face that lifts up to reveal a cockpit (ace touch!), and 11 points of articulation thanks to Cubo’s customer rubber gasket system.  Did we mention this is a beast? It tips the scale at over 18 pounds with a hybrid solid + rotocast resin build.

So how do you get your hands on this instrument of destruction?  Clutter will be offering the Untouched SKLFKR via one-week timed release starting on Friday (7.28) at 9 AM PDT  through to the following Friday (8.4) for $300 (+ s/h) from the Clutter web shop. Each of these will be hand cast and assembled at Clutter’s NY facility.   Beyond the massive size and impressive detail, we’re stoked that the hive mind has figured out how to make it a play thing, perfect for posing and table top battles. 

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Amanda Visell x Michelle Valigura – Sparkle Red Panda + GID Tiger Cub Nap

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Amanda Visell and Michelle Valigura have two new resin releases to tempt you.  First up is a super cute Sparkle Red Panda (15 pcs, 2.75”,  $40), it’s like the OG only with the power of glitter!  Next up comes the GID Tiger Cub (15pcs, 6” girl, $190). The third edition of this deluxe resin set features the girl and tiger cub cast in GID resin with vivid painted details.   Both are available for pre-order now from Switcheroo and will ship out in 2-3 weeks.

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Jul 24, 2017

De Korner – Online Release of SDCC Toys and Pins (7.25)

De Korner will be releasing the remaining stock of its SDCC figures and pins online from their web shop on Tuesday (7.25) at 9 AM PDT.   So if you missed the insanity that is comic-con, this is your chance to pick up the mini Boxing Brain set ($60) from Ron English and Toy Qube as well as a trio of pins – Blinky Exposed (50 pcs, $10) by Pirate RobotCrazy Vs. Batty (100 pcs, $10) by David Baker x Stoops, and  Plumber’s Pride De Korner Edition by APpins x Double G Toys. Don’t miss out.

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Jul 20, 2017

Kyle Kirwan – Skully Bloom V2v Pre-Order (7.22-7.24)


Last fall, Kyle Kirwan released ad sold out his Skully Bloom figures.  Due to popular demand, he’s bringing the design back with Skully Bloom Vol. 2 (5.5”) featuring a black on white design—the inverse of the OG figures.  In order to meet demand, he’s releasing these as a 48-hr pre-order starting on Saturday (7.22) at Midnight EDT through Monday (4724) for $35 from his web shop.   While orders will determine the final edition size, he might cut off the pre-order if the count is approaching his ability to make them in a reasonable amount of time. So, as always, act quickly! These will ship by September 1st 2017.

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Jul 19, 2017

10th Annual Munky King SDCC Party (7.20)


Were you worried?  Ok, we were sweating it just a bit.  Have no fear though, the legend is back!  That’s right, Munky King is once again hosting their infamous SDCC Party on Thursday (7.20) at Basic.  Turns out this is the 10th anniversary edition—times does fly.  A decade of pizza, beer and amazing art—an essential part of the SDCC experience. 

This year the festivities will include live art followed by a silent art auction.  The artist lineup includes KMNDZ, Ekundayo, Luke Chueh, Jesse Hernandez, Juan Muniz, Frank Kozik, Rocom, Woes, and NC Winters.  

Munky King 10th Annual SDCC Party
Thursday, July 20th 2017 (9PM to 1 AM)

BASIC urban kitchen + bar
410 10th Ave.
San Diego, CA 92101

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Luke Chueh x Munky King x Tiny Giants -- ‘Grief Encounters’ Animation


It’s true! Luke’s Bear is making the jump to the screen with the upcoming Grief Encounters animation project—perhaps a series of shorts—done in collaboration with Munky King and Tiny Giants. So far, MK has released a fun teaser showing the bear trudging along the street with a bucket of paint… There’s also a still of the bear in front of a firing squad.  Definitely seems like a tale of ups (hah!) and downs (yep) for our favorite bear. 


What else do we know?  MK has announced a Grief Encounters scavengers hunt for SDCC and also that the launch is set for 7.20. We’re pretty sure the launch is for the Kickstarter campaign to make the dream a reality.  If you’re going down to SD, you’ll definitely want to drop by MK’s booth [#4851]. 

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Rotofugi: SDCC Releases

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Rotofugi will once again be making the trip from Chicago to San Diego for SDCC—great news for toy collectors.  This year’s booth [#5428]  will feature new vinyl releases from Chris Ryniak, Ferg, and this year’s featured guest artists: Nick and Lindsay DiFabbio of Cherry Moth Cake.

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From Chris Ryniak comes a trio of GID Figgle Bits (300 pcs/character, $14)  and the previously mentioned Synbora Stark Edition (20 pcs, $38).  In addition, Rotofugi will have a limited supply of blank Snyboras on hand for your customizing needs.

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If soft vinyl finger puppet toys are your thing, Rotofugi has you covered with both the brand new Ghost Eye figures (eds. of 35, $15) from Cherry Moth Cake as well as a trio of Ferg’s A Little Miss Fortune figures (eds. of 50, $15).

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Cherry Moth Cake has several enticing self-produced releases lined up for SDCC.  On the toy side, there’s the future-meets-monster Visor Girl resin sculpted and cast by OttoWerx (10 pcs avail, $250) and the trippy blind-bagged Ghost Tank Micro resins ($10). Nick and Lindsay are known for their crazy enamel pins and we can definitely see why.  They’ll have blind-bagged Jumpman pins (135 pcs) with five chase Ghost Tanks worked into the mix -- $24 each.

Customs?  Definitely. Rotofugi will have customs from Mark Nagata and Jeremiah Ketner (view) .  Be sure to drop by the Squibbles Ink + Rotofugi & Friends booth [#5428] to check out all the releases and chat with the kind folks behind the tables—Joe and either Whitney or Kirby.

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Jul 18, 2017

Jeremiah Ketner – SDCC Custom Gumdrops and Uamous

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As is somewhat of a tradition, Jeremiah Ketner has worked his magic on a new collection of custom toys for release at SDCC via The Squibbles Ink + Rotofugi and Friends booth (#5248). This year he’s turned his attention to the Gumdrop figures from 64 colors as well as the regular Uamou and Manekineko Uamou vinyls. Featuring his vibrant palette and signature nature-centric kawaii style, each custom is  available for $135-$165—don’t sleep on these.

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RCNSTRCT Studios x MINDstyle x Black Seed Toys – SDCC Exclusive Yu Shou Long

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Kenneth Tang’s (Black Seed Toys) Yu Shou Long has taken the sofubi world by storm with sold out release after sold out release.   In collaboration with RCNSTRCT Studios and  MINDstyle the extremely popular two-headed dragon/temple hybrid figure will be released in an SDCC exclusive edition featuring a vibrant red+blue design. Limited to just 40 pieces, the SDCC Exclusive Yu Shou Long ($300) will be released at the MINDstyle booth [#4845] via daily lotteries. 

Part of MINDstyle’s 10th Anniversary celebration, the exclusive will be released alongside the launch of the brand’s new SFBi Originals line featuring artist figures inspired by Japanese ‘sofubi’ from Secret Base, Ron English and more. Check out our post on SFBi Originals for a sneak peek of upcoming releases.  

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3DRetro – King Gordo Old Time Ed. by Jim McKenzie


3DRetro will release the King Gordo Old Time edition by Jim McKenzie at their SDCC booth [#5250]. Limited to 100 pieces, the grayscale rendition of the popular new art toy will be available for $45.  Jim will be signing on Friday (7.21) from 1 to 3 PM.

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Cardboard Spaceship at SDCC: Thimblebugs from Amanda Louise Spayd and Chris Ryniak


The Thimblebugs are coming.  That’s right, Cardboard Spaceship (booth #5638) will release the new Edison and Weebeetle resins (l to r, above)  at SDCC in debut light blue editions, respectively  from  Amanda Louise Spayd and Chris Ryniak.  The newest inhabitants of Thimblestump Hollow will be joined by the previously announced SDCC Slumbergummpy vinyl mini.

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MINDstyle Launches SFBi Originals at SDCC


MINDstyle will celebrate its 10th Anniversary with the launch of its new SFBi Originals brand inspired by vintage Japanese ‘sofubi’ toys.  The line features a talented roster including: RCNSTRCT Studio, Secret Base, Three Tides Tattoo, Mark Dean Veca, Ron English, Madsteez, Rob Prior, Jeremyville, Mark Bode and  Michael Lau. SFBi Originals will release its debut exclusive and limited-edition soft vinyl figures at the MINDstyle booth [#4845].

In addition to their SDCC booth, MINDstyle and Pop Life are also presenting Ron English’s Make America GRIN Again tour at Luce Loft (7.19 – 7.23).

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Woot Bear – SDCC Exclusives from Scott Wilkowski x Uamo and Dave Bondi


Woot Bear will several exclusives at SDCC on Friday (7.21) with a fun booth takeover from 12-2 PM at Hyperactive Monkey [#5624].  They’ll be releasing the Resin Master Uamou collabo figures from Scott Wilkowski and Uamou.  These feature Wilkowski’s signature double-pour technique with a brand-new Uamou skeleton sculpt.  These will be available in five sets of color combinations handpicked by Scott--each colorway limited to just 20 pieces. In addition to the comic-con drop, Woot Bear will release the Uamou figures online from their website on Saturday (7.22) at 12 PM.

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Woot Bear will also release  Bondi The Woot – Debutante Edition (3.5”, 8 pcs)  at the booth.  Dave Bondi’s take on the store’s mascot features a stylish sculpt cast in super clear resin and a light-up base. It appears that the head features curved sculpt lines that flow seamlessly from the ears to the face—worth a double or triple take.  Nicely done.


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Andrew Bell at SDCC – Single Servings, Andy and More!


Andrew Bell will be throwing down at SDCC in his customary Dumbrella digs (#1335) on the far side of the convention center.  It’ll be more than worth the stroll though.  Toys and more delicious toys.

Let’s start with a bit of a surprise.  Andy ($12).  This new  4” Android-inspired figure with a fun, wavy body will be at the ‘con in limited early release quantities.  As cool as Andy is by himself, he also comes with a phone accessory complete with emoji sticker sheet for customization.  Because. Awesome.


Speaking of Android, there’s also the Summer 2017 Special Edition Android ($10) with a fun Watermelon design.  The sweet design features a translucent red body and a rind head.


Perhaps you’re looking for something, oh I don’t know, a bit more… bite sized.  O-No Food Company has you covered with the new Single Servings keychain series which will be available at SDCC as a sneak peak release.


Rounding out the art toys, Andrew Bell will also release a brand-new batch of Pet Food resins. These are a steel at $80.  He’ll also have one each of his framed moth sculptures—Midnight(black, $150) and Memories Lost (bronze, $250).


Andrew will also have several new stickers and enamel pins a s well a nice selection  of tees, prints, and more.   All of this (and more) will be waiting for you at the Dumbrella booth [#1335].  We’ve omitted just a few pics, so if you want the full monty, head on over to Andrew’s official preview page.

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Jul 17, 2017

Warner Brothers x Funko – Marvin the Martian: Space Clones Custom Show for SDCC


Marvin the Martian fans (and who isn’t ?) will want to be sure to drop by the Funko Pop Up Shop at the Funko SD offices during SDCC (7.20-7.23).  Warner Brothers and Funko have collaborated on a custom art show featuring artist customs of the 9” DIY Space Clones Mega Dorbz vinyl of our favorite Martian. A quick browse on IG revealed a diverse group of artists with a few names well known to art toy fans—Sket One (above) and Shiffa, at least one comic book superstar—Jim Lee, and a nice selection of artists from various backgrounds including Karol Banach, Mel Copes, Shamsia Hassani, Sonny Liew, Kristen Liu-Wong, Love Each Other, Nikkiciri, Kerby Rosanes, Gustavo Rimada, Vivian Ritter,Marc Sandoval, Sonny Boy, Turan (@sonertattooer) and Tasya van Ree.

Hit the jump for a quick preview of the pieces we spotted.   The Space Clones customs will be auctioned off to benefit CalArts’ scholarship programs.   

The show fits nicely into the cartoon-centric Funko Pop Up which will feature a large number of exclusives including Pop! versions of Marvin and Duck Dodgers. For more info, check out the Funko Blog which breaks down the exclusive action: part one and part two.

Ah yes, now we come to THE question… Will Space Clones be released as a DIY vinyl after the show?  No definitive answer yet, but seems quite possible.

Funko Pop Up Shop
448 West Market Street  (across from the Grand Hyatt Manchester)

Thursday-Sunday (July 20-23)


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Ron English – ‘Make America GRIN Again’ Pop-Up During SDCC Weekend (7.19 – 7.22)

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Ron English will begin his brand-new Make America GRIN Again tour with a Pop-Up exhibition and shop at Luce Loft in San Diego—an easy walk from the convention center—during SDCC weekend (7.19 – 7.22).  The event will feature art work and editions from Ron English as well as fellow artists Mark Dean Veca, Rob Prior, Madsteez, and Jeremyville.

The Pop-Up shop will feature the debut of Ron English’s eagerly awaited Donald T. Rich Grin vinyl figure in both standard and Black Light Magic editions.  Collectors who purchase a Donald T. Rich item will receive a free 11x17” comic book cover poster. The Pop-Up will also be stocked with the full range of exclusive figures and goods from  Ron’s East Meets West Asia tour.  In addition to toys and products from Ron English, event will also feature secret drops from Mark Dean Veca, Madsteez, Rob Prior and Jeremyville.

This is the perfect opportunity to meet Ron English and perhaps chat with him about Popaganda.  He will be signing at the loft on Wednesday (7.19) from Noon to 2 PM and on Thursday through Saturday (7.20-7.22) from 3 PM to 5 PM.

The multi-layered event will also feature the debut of Pop Life’s brand-new SFBi Originals brand of toys inspired by vintage Japanese soft vinyl toys—sofubi. Exclusives from several of the artists from the brand’s extensive roster will be released in very limited numbers at the Pop-Up beginning on Wednesday (7.19).  There will also be daily raffles for SFBI Originals figures—no purchase necessary.

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Make America Grin Again: Ron English's Popaganda Pop-Up
Wednesday – Saturday (7.19-7.22)  11:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Friends and Family VIP Party (Invite Only): Thursday (7.20) at 7 PM.

Luce Loft
1037 J Street @ 10th Avenue
San Diego, CA 92101

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Jul 16, 2017

Jermaine Rogers at SDCC – A New Treasure Trove of Toys


Perhaps somewhere known only to the Dero, Jermaine Rogers has stashed away a toy chest full of figures, waiting for their time in the sun.  For SDCC, he’s cracked the chest wide open with at least five new art toy releases dropping from his booth [#4532].


Let’s start with Veil.  There are two new Veil: Specimen #72 editions-–Dero Skin (125 pcs) and Shadow (300 pcs). In addition, there’s the wild new Veil: East (10”, 500 pcs). The panda-esque new figure appears to feature a Specimen #72 head and body with newly sculpted arms—a great addition the new Veil family.


Jermaine will also release a new edition of Dero CreepingSpectre (50 pcs) features super clear resin with lime green GID resin swirled throughout.  It looks fresh in regular light, and downright ghostly or is that ghastly in the dark.


beLIEve—a new resin sculpt will make it’s debut at SDCC as well.  All we have so far is a teaser featuring a demon-like, four-fingered hand. Very interesting.  No word if this will see a release at Comic-Con or will be display-only with a release in the future.


For something completely different, Mr. Rogers has collaborated with the mad geniuses over at Special Ed. Toys on The Candyman resin action figure—an homage to Gene Wilder’s turn as Willy Wonka. This one will be released in limited quantities each day (7.19 – 7.23) in both a regular painted edition (50 pcs) and a Grape edition cast in translucent purple (25 pcs).


In addition to the new army of toys, there are also new pins! T here’s Dero Trance available in both standard and shadow variants.  If you’re looking to make a splash, there’s also the Aleppin Sane Glam edition featuring a speckled, silver/gray design. All of this goodness will be available at Jermaine’s booth [#4532].

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Jul 14, 2017

Super7’s Skeletor’s Lair & UNKLE Pop-Up Shop

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From the booth to their San Diego Store, they got more exclusives for you that don’t even require a badge! Bringing back Amanda Visell, comes a She-Ra resin figure, which is hand-casted, hand-sculpted and hand-painted! This figure stands 7” tall and will go great with the He-Man and Skeletor Resin figures from Skeletor’s Lair 2 years ago! Did you miss out on those? Well They will also have a limited edition GID Version of those exact resin figures. All retail $120 each.

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More MOTU Vinyl! Check out the newest colorways of their Japanese Soft Vinyl Red Skeletor and GID Beastman Figures. These will retail $65 each.

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Making their debut at the Skeletor’s Lair are the Micro He-Man and Skeletor sofubi figures. They will be available in a black and red vinyl, each retailing $10 each.

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And last up for their MOTU Items is the Mini-Comic variant Trap Jaw figure, which will retail $15 a piece.

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We recently announced the exclusive Super7 x UNKLE Collab  (HERE). They will be completing the collection with some awesome apparel! These will also be available at the UNKLE pop-up shop from Saturday to Sunday at their San Diego Store Location!

Super7 San Diego
701 8th Ave.
San Diego, CA 92101

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