Artist Toshi Aruimi comes with a garage kit version of Japan’s infamous bull demon
- Size: 9.48″ wide, 1800g weight
- Articulation: N/A
- Edition size: Open
- Price: $500 painted, $170 unpainted kit
- Based on the “Ushi-oni” Hyakkai-Zukan picture scrolls by Edo period Japanese artist Sawaki Suushi, the figure has been sculpted and cast in resin by Aruimi, coming in either blank white or with layers of lifelike sprays inspired by the original art
- Currently available via Instagram Direct Message, interested parties are going to need to send Aruimi their name, country, address, telephone number and PayPal address
Groman‘s undead dinos return as part of a special garage kit release this week
- Size: 15″
- Articulation: 9 points (head, arms, wrists, legs, ankles)
- Edition sizes: Open
- Price: $235 each plus shipping (standalone heads $65)
- Produced by Grody Shogun in his all-new industrial glow sofubi, both Rotten Rexx and Diceratops remain unassembled and unpainted for this release
- Full body figures and standalone heads can currently be found in the Lulubell store right here
- Shipping estimated July/August 2017
Yep, yet more from retailer Yamakichiya today and something a little different than our usual coverage to boot, as the guys proudly present their latest officially licensed toys from Sega… the Space Harrier garage kits! Created by RC Berg as part of their ongoing Videogame Heroes series, the 1/12 scaled release consists of 2 different characters from the cult shoot ’em up; lead protagonist Space Harrier himself and classic bad guy Ida the Stone Head.
Coming packed in unassembled, unpainted form complete with a whole host of accessories, both resin sets can currently be found in the Yamakichiya store via open preorder, coming in at just 10,584yen and 9,720yen respectively… Look out for more Yamakichiya x Sega soon!
Brought to our attention by collector Beantime during his walk through the halls of Superfestival 71 yesterday, we thought we’d shine some light on this rather interesting garage kit from Hellpainter… the Hell Maijin! One of the best homages to the classic Ooze-It doll we’ve seen to date, the beautifully textured figure brings a whole new level of creepiness to the table, featuring mutated alien skin, sagging craters and our favourite, an Alien-style tongue creature! Produced in an unassembled blank Ooze-green resin (the painted version was just for display), interested parties looking to bag Hell Maijin can currently find him alongside an number of other kits in the Hellpainter store for just 9,000yen ($83) plus shipping…
In a similar vein to the Mini City play set we featured just yesterday, Gargamel have just unleashed their very own to-scale kaiju accessory, the Tower Lobo Showa! Inspired by the classic transforming toys and cheap plastic kits of the 1980s, the Takara-esque robot transforms into a tower that can be gripped by standard sized kaiju. Produced in white and red plastic mounted on sprues for easy assembly, this first version of Tower Lobo Showa is currently up for grabs via preorder through Japanese retailer PLM, coming in at a wallet friendly 600yen ($5) plus shipping…
Originally debuting in resin garage kit form way back in April 2015, the 1/6th scale “Nadsat Boy” from Kenth Toy Works has proven so popular that it’ll be making a second appearance in sofubi soon! Pictured here in a glorious unpainted white vinyl, the beautifully sculpted homage to Kubrick’s cult flick “A Clockwork Orange” stands at a lofty 12″ tall, coming with 4 points of articulation plus a removable resin cain. Whilst release details are still scarce at present, our money’s on the figure seeing its first release at Wonderfestival Winter 2016 early next month… Stay tuned for more news as we get it!
Having already made appearances in sofubi and 3.75″ action figure form over the past couple of years, Kenth Toy Works‘ signature Clockwork Orange-inspired character – Nadsat Boy – has finally made the transition into 1/6th scale! Standing at around 12″ tall, the hyper-realistic figure features many of the characteristics seen in previous releases, including removable cain, “maskie” mask and bowler hat. Due for release as a vintage-style resin garage kit soon, interested parties can check out the fully painted and assembled prototype seen above at Superfestival 68 this Sunday, April 26th- here’s hoping for a full release soon after!