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Marc McKee x Blackbook Toy’s Rocco 3 Devil Bear…


Blackbook Toy team up with legendary skateboard graphic artist Marc McKee for their latest release

  • Size: 9.8″
  • Articulation: 5 points (neck, arms, legs) plus removable pitch fork
  • Edition size: 100 (50 available)
  • Price: 17,820yen plus shipping
  • Designed by McKee, sculpted by Monster Farm’s Chop and produced by Blackbook Toy, Rocco 3 comes cast in an orange sofubi complete with yellow/black/blue sprays with t-shirt graphic decal
  • Figures comes packed with pitch fork from Chop, plus a limited edition (of 50) screen print featuring McKee’s original 1989 deck illustration
  • Currently available in the Blackbook Toy store right here

BlackBook Toy’s 4th anniversary S”K”UM-kun custom show at TTF’16…

BlackBook Toy celebrate 4 years of producing the Suicidal Tendencies sofubi with a group show at Taipei Toy Festival

  • Featuring one-off S”K”UM-kun customs from 4 of Japan’s top artists; Blood Guts Toys’ Izumonster, Monster Farm’s Chop, Knuckle of Little Chop Design and Kenth Toy Works
  • Each comes packed with a mini New Era cap, bandana and signed drawstring bag
  • On display and on sale at the BlackBook TTF ’16 booth (A33) from October 7th-10th
  • Price: TBC

MAN-E-NEWS// The “Freaky Monster Village Series” from Rockin’ Jelly Bean x Blackdots…


Rockin’ Jelly Bean have teamed up with up and coming sofubi producer Blackdots for the release of their latest line of toys, the Freaky Monster Village Series! Featuring a total of 3 mid-szied figures from some of the Japanese indie toy scene’s finest – “Twin Head Skull Bro” from Monster Farm’s Chop, the “Mummy Man” from Motor Kenz and “Mr Death” from RESTORE’s Abe Junnokai – the trio, whilst sadly not directly inspired by RJB’s erotic art, still have their roots set firm in the rockabilly scene that inspired the early indy sofubi of the mid-late 90’s. Revealed in prototype form at Wonderfestival Summer ’15 over the weekend, we’ll be keeping our fingers crossed for the first round of Freaky Monsters over the coming months…