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Shelterbank’s Medicom Toy exclusive Fang…


Shelterbank join forces with Medicom Toy for an exclusive version of Fang this month

  • Size: 13″
  • Articulation: 0 points, features built in bendy wire articulation
  • Edition size: TBC
  • Price: TBC
  • The My Pet Monster/Ed Roth-inspired Fang features elements produced in sofubi, resin and plush, this time coming in red/black fur with blue cast hands, feet and face
  • Going on sale through the Medicom Toy store via lottery starting November 24th, we’re still as yet unable to confirm whether overseas customers will be able to enter
  • Info via- Sofvi.Tokyo

MAN-E-NEWS// Shamrock Arrow’s AMEJ exclusive “Bone” Fang sofubi…

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The guys over at Shamrock Arrow have just revealed that they will be resurrecting their first ever sofubi figure, the Street Sharks-inspired “Fang”, for an exclusive colourway at this year’s Amazing Model Expo-Japan! Cast in an ivory/bone coloured soft vinyl, the 3″ tall Ma-Ba Zombie style torso has been treated to a detail hugging black rub complete with hand painted detailing and one-off colour eye inserts. Available at the Shamrock Arrow AMEJ booth this Sunday, August 17th alongside figures from Astro Zombies, Pop Soda and Anookata for around 3,000yen ($29) each… Here’s hoping we finally see a few of these in the West now they’ve made a comeback!

MAN-E-NEWS// The “Evil” Black MOTUKO from Lamour Supreme…

Hot off the heals of a debut sell-out release at last week’s Super Festival 59, Lamour Supreme has just revealed the second edition of MOTUKO (Masters of the Universe Knock Off) as the black “Evil” variant! Similar in scale to the newly released MOTU series, the stunning fully articulated vinyl figure has been produced by new established japanese toy manufacturer, Shamrock Arrow (head over to their site and check out their Street Shark inspired “Poseidon Impact” Fang- quite simply AWESOME!). No news as of yet with regards to a western release for this piece, so be sure to stay locke on the Lamour blog for more info in the coming weeks…