- Size: 3″ each
- Articulation: 0-1 point each
- Edition size: TBC
- Price: $120 per set plus shipping
- Each set features Boss Receiver, Machine gun Ghost, Gyochō the amphibious bully, Gobocon, Chuto, and Neko May
- Comes cast in 2 exclusive colorways, Clear Ramune Bottle Green and Orange
- Currently available to purchase in the GUNNZO store right here
Paul Kaiju has just revealed details for this year’s off-site SDCC exclusive event, A Fistful of Dominoes! Hosted by Gunnzo in Old Town San Diego, the show is set to feature a whole slew of figure releases from the artist, including SDCC exclusive editions, character debuts (the pictured Domino Jack being one!) and a number of mystery surprises. Opening its doors on Friday, July 25th after the main convention floor closes, raffle tickets for all items will be distributed at 6pm, with a random drawing planned for 7.30pm. Stay tuned for more reveals as we get closer to the event!
Opening last Saturday (October 8th), the Gumpy Revolution show has finally touched down at San Diego’s Gunnzo gallery. Curated by Gumpy creator, Jose Reynoso, the show features customs of the artist’s trademark character from a huge roster of artists, including the mighty Andrew Bell, Frank Kozik, the Beast Brothers, Marka27, Skinner, Paul Kaiju and J-Ryu.
The exhibition is pretty unique in that all commission and gallery mark-ups on the custom toys have been waved, meaning that all the pieces are priced reasonably (between $25 – $750), and that 100% of the money raised goes straight to the hard working artists. Unfortunately, Kozik’s, Saner’s and Marka27’s Gumpys will only be available to view at the show, but will be up for grabs at November’s Designer Con at an undisclosed price.
Apart from Gary Ham’s entry, full images of the toys haven’t been made available yet, but Jose has been kind enough to reveal a few teaser images (pictured below) prior to a full unveiling through the Gallery’s site at the end of the exhibition.
Debuting at last year’s Designer Con, Gumpy has become the crowning piece for up-and-coming artist Reynoso. The signature Kastro edition is limited to just 15 pieces, with an additional 5 artist proofs, each signed and numbered by the artist. Coming in at $92, the roto resin casted figure stands at around 6″ tall, and is presented in a laser etched wooden cigar case. There are still a few available, so drop by the Gumpy store here if your interested.
Reynoso has also made a limited number of blank DIY custom Gumpys, which can also be purchased through the site for $23 (sans cigar box).