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Softoy Hobby’s HUGE post-ToyCon Uk ’16 sale…

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We at Softoy Hobby had an amazing time at ToyCon UK ’16 over the weekend, catching up with friends, selling toys, and most importantly, picking up a few gems for our own collection! Thankfully to all who couldn’t attend, we held back some select stock that we’ll be releasing online next week along with a few leftovers and a couple of soon-to-be-revealed surprises that didn’t make it to the event… So without further adieu, here’s a quick rundown of the slew of toys that’ll be available from our store starting Wednesday, April 20th at 9pm London time

  • Gory Hole’s Warui Zonbi: Series 1 “Ghost Edition”// Featuring both SS Wolfgang and Selwyn, these MaBa Zombies-inspired finger puppets have been cast in a GID soft vinyl complete with teal rub, violet sprays and silver detailing. Limited to 10 sets, each coming packed in a deluxe display box with matching GID keshi, these have been priced at $85 per set. A limited run of blank GID sets will also be available for $60 each…
  • One-Off “TMNOB” Secrets of the Oozeballs// One-off Oozeballs inspired by the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, these have been rubbed, sprayed and brushed by Tru:Tek in metallic Monster Kolor paint. Just Michaelangelo and Raphael remain, coming in at $100 each…
  • Nazi Hovertank play sets// A collaboration between Gory Hole and Science Patrol, these play sets feature  Warui Zonbi “SS Wolfgang” mashed-up with the Mastodon tank. Hand painted by Tru:Tek, each set comes with a hovertank mounted on a display base with magenta keshi that fit in the tank base. Limited to 4, these have been priced at $75 each…
  • “GID” SD Fake Baron// The first exclusive release for Tru:Tek’s collaboration with Awesome Toy, the micro-sized super ‘bot keshi has been cast in a GID rubber this time around. Limited to just 10 pieces, each packed in a gacha capsule with insert and keychain attachment, these have been priced at $7 each…
  • Hand painted Strange Creatures keshi// A soft-debut for Radioactive Uppercut’s Strange Creatures of Atlas Island keshi, this first wave of casts have been hand rubbed, sprayed and brushed by Tru:Tek in a variety of styles and finishes. With standard customs priced at just $30, the more labor intensive Garamon and Pigumon homages can be yours for $35… Look out for more details on the first official SCoAI release soon!
  • TMNFB one-off// Continuing the TMNT theme, Tru:Tek has customized yet another upcoming figure from Radioactive Uppercut in those classic greens and browns, the clawed kappa known as Freakboy! Sculpted by Tim Stephson based on RU’s original design, the little guy – standing at around 2.5″ tall – has been cast by Tru:Tek in a keshi-style rubber, coming with various sprays and detailing to mimic TMNT’s Raphael. Limited to just 1, TMNFB can be yours for just $35…
  • “Darkside of the Rainbow” Arch Mage// Continuing his collaborations with Science Patrol (of which we hear there’s more coming very soon!), Tru:Tek has set about working on a micro-run of their ever-popular Arch Mage sofubi. Cast in a flesh vinyl, the little guys have been treated to a plethora of metallic pink and purple sprays over a black rub. Limited to just 3 pieces, these have been priced at just $30 each…
  • One-off Lamputron// A custom mash-up of Kenth Toy Works/acolorfulmonster’s Zombitron and Shimomoku’s Lampu, this adorable little figure has been adorned with a variety of metallic sprays and hand brushed detailing. Limited to 1, priced at $45…
  • “Two Face Todd” Trouballz// As well as Tru:Tek’s exclusives, the Softoy Hobby booth also had the honor of stocking a very limited supply of Bad Attic Toys‘ Trouballz sofubi. Available in 3 different vintage-themed colorways, painted versions have been priced at $85, whilst blanks will set you back just $60…

Keep a close eye on the Tru:Tek/Softoy Hobby Instagram feed here for a look at the surprises we’ll be revealing closer to the sale…

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Bad Attic Toys’ “Two-Faced Todd” Trouballz online sale…

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Having only seen limited, Japan-only releases since it’s launch back in August of last year, we’re very happy to reveal that Bad Attic Toys‘ debut sofubi – 2-Faced Todd – is now finally available to purchase online! The first to feature in the ongoing Madball-inspired “Trouballz” line, the gruesome figure comes in at an authentically scaled 3″ wide, featuring a two faced, gross-out design complete with a rather clever cranium cap joint. Produced in a thick, squishy soft vinyl that mimics the knock-off rubber Madballs of the late 1980’s, Todd is available in 3 different colorways this time around; the “OG” purple, plus a vintage-style green and blue, each coming with both painted or blank buying options. Packed in a display box complete with vintage-style trading card, the balls can currently be found right here for just $85 and $60 respectively…


Bad Attic Toys’ “Two Face Todd” Trouballz sofubi at Superfestival 70…

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Having only seen a limited release since it’s debut back in August of last year, we’re very happy to reveal that Bad Attic Toys‘ debut sofubi – 2-Faced Todd – will be making a return at Superfestival 70 this weekend! The first to feature in the ongoing Madball-inspired “Trouballz” line, the gruesome figure comes in at an authentically scaled 3″ wide, featuring a two faced, gross-out design complete with a rather clever cranium cap joint. Produced in a thick, squishy soft vinyl that mimics the knock-off rubber Madballs of the late 1980’s, Todd will be available in 3 different colorways this time around; the “OG” purple, plus a vintage-style green and blue, each coming with both painted or blank buying options. Going on sale at the Bad Attic Sufes70 booth this coming Sunday, January 10th, we’ll be keeping our fingers crossed a few are held back for online sales soon after…


MAN-E-NEWS// Bad Attic’s “Two Face Todd” Trouballz sofubi available now…

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Extensively featured right here on Man-E-Toys since it’s announcement back in June, we can now reveal that the “Two Face Todd” sofubi from Bad Attic Toys is finally up for grabs! The first to feature in the ongoing Madball-inspired “Trouballz” line, the gruesome figure comes in at an authentically scaled 3″ wide, featuring a two faced, gross-out design complete with a rather clever cranium cap joint. Produced in a thick light purple soft vinyl that mimics the knock-off rubber Madballs of the late 1980’s, the first edition has been treated to a stunning array of bootleg-style purple, yellow, orange and green sprays. Coming packed with a matt-finish vintage style trading card in a deluxe showcase-style box, Todd is currently available via e-mail order for just $100 plus shipping. Anyone interested in picking the figure up is going to need to fire over their full name and address to info@badattic.com. Supplies are extremely limited, so be sure to get in there quick!


MAN-E-NEWS// Bad Attic Toys’ “Two Face Todd” Trouballz sofubi coming soon…

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Fresh back from a recent toy hunting trip over in the UK, Japanese artist Masa-san of Bad Attic Toys is proud to reveal that his long-awaited “Two Face Todd” Trouballz sofubi will be making it’s debut soon! The first to feature in the ongoing Madball-inspired “Trouballz” line, the gruesome ball comes in at an authentically scaled 3″ wide, featuring a two faced, gross-out design complete with a rather clever cranium cap joint. Produced in a thick light purple soft vinyl that mimics the knock-off rubber Madballs of the late 1980’s, the first run is currently being treated to a bootleg-style paint app ahead of their release later this month. Having had the honor of meeting Masa and seeing the balls in-person earlier this month, we can assure any fans of classic gross-out balls that they are most definitely not going to want to miss out on these… With that in mind, be sure to look out for the full, exclusive lowdown on the release right here over the coming weeks!


MAN-E-NEWS// The “Two Face Todd” Trouballz sofubi from Bad Attic…

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Originally teased as a near-finished wax proto just a few weeks back, the “Two Face Todd” sofubi from Bad Attic Toys has just been revealed in-full! The first to feature in the ongoing Madball-inspired “Trouballz” line, the gruesome ball comes in at an authentically scaled 3″ wide, featuring a two faced, gross-out design complete with a rather clever cranium cap joint. Produced in a thick light purple soft vinyl for its first release, we’re told to expect a bootleg/knock-off inspired paint app on the figure before it makes its official debut in just a few weeks time. Stay tuned for the full lowdown – plus details of Bad Attic’s upcoming trading card and mini figure releases – soon…