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MAN-E-NEWS// SUNGUTS NYCC exclusives from Velocitron x Lulubell…

Velocitron and Lulubell Toys will be teaming up to bring some of the hottest Japanese vinyl exclusives to this year’s New York Comic Con, with the latest selection to be revealed coming from the mighty SUNGUTS… Featuring 3 new designs, Uraname, Buyobuyo and our favourite, the super-creepy gas mask clad Tsuyako, the soft vinyl figures will be available alongside works from the following breathtaking list of artists; SHIRAHAMA, BLObPUS, Frenzy, Fuei-shokai, Ilanena, Itokin Park, LINK FACTORY, LULUBELL TOYS, refreshment, RESTORE, SICCALUNA KOBO, Velocitron, and more… The guys have created a blog dedicated to the various toys that will be on offer, so be sure to keep checking back for more as we get closer to the event!


MAN-E-NEWS// Rampage Toys’ Wonder Festival leftovers…

After a very fun (but hot!) Wonder Festival yesterday, Jon over at Rampage Toys has revealed that a selection of unsold figures will now be offered up to his dedicated international fans! Whilst the stunning painted orange Cyclops Dinos unfortunately sold out, Jon has stated that both Grumble Toy collaborations, Lilth and Wormrah, are available for $50 and $35 respectively, whilst a previously unrevealed vintage kaiju inspired Ugly Unicorn run from Ilanena will also be up for grabs for just $45 a piece. At the moment these guys are only available to Rampage newsletter subscribers (head over here to get signed up!), but you can be sure any remaining stock will be heading to the Rampage store soon…


MAN-E-NEWS// Rampage Toys at Superfestival 59…

Fresh from his recent debut show at Studio Uamou, Jon over at Rampage Toys has been readying yet another ginormous batch of customs for next week’s Superfestival! Featuring the first official painted run of Manotaur (replete with Ugly Unicorn sidekick!), Jon will also be dropping several collaborations, with Ilanena’s “Penguin Metrobayakan”, Chima Group’s “Neon Metallic” Amedasu, Peter Kato’s Rainbow Ninja Cats and Uamou’s X-Ray figures all lovingly hand painted by Jon. Anyone interested in picking up any of these beautiful figures but can’t make the event will be glad to know that Jon will be offering up any remaining customs (along with any surplus Design Fiesta pieces) to subscribers of his newsletter on May 14th. Head over to the Rampage Toys blog and sign up now to avoid disappointment!