Coming last, but by no means least, Koji Harmon over at Comet Debris has just revealed the fifth and final figure he’ll have up for grabs at Wonderfestival Summer ’15 this weekend, the “Neon Red” Kappa Shonen! Standing at around 5″ tall and featuring articulation in the neck and arms, the adorable little guy has been produced in the same gorgeous neon red vinyl as the recent ToyCon Sametan release, coming with matching yellow and blue sprays. Touching down at Comet Debris WF booth (4-10-13) this coming Sunday, July 26th with an online sale planned for the same day at 9am Pacific time, the “Neon Red” Kappa Shonen has been priced at just 5,000yen ($40)…
Having had sellout success at ToyCon last year, Koji Harmon of Comet Debris has revealed that he’ll be returning to the UK’s premier toy event this month with a shedload of new exclusives! Kicking things off with a bang, the first figure to be revealed comes in the form of the gorgeous Kappa Kid you see above… Standing at around 4″ tall, the 2-part, Kewpie-inspired figure has been produced in a mesmerising marbled green soft vinyl this time around, complete with masked black, white, yellow and blue sprays. Priced at just £25, the limited edition piece will be up for grabs alongside a number of other soon-to-be-revealed pieces at the Comet Debris booth (#38) on Saturday, April 25th… Look out for more reveals soon!
Koji Harmon over at Comet Debris is proud to reveal that he’ll be dropping not one, but two new figures in-store this weekend! First up, we have the breathtaking Kappa Borg… Produced in an unpainted clear soft vinyl, this mini-mid sized Kappa Kid has been treated to “mechanical engineering” by Chanmen in the form of a beautifully designed acetate insert, coming complete with a matching header card for just $30 a piece… Joining the ‘borg, Koji will also be unleashing a special “Frozen” version of KK’s bigger brother Kappa Shonen. Loosely inspired by the cult Disney film, the figure has been produced in a silver glitter vinyl with light and dark blue sprays, coming in at just $60. Look out for both figures in the Comet Debris store this Saturday, February 21st at 8pm Pacific time…
Koji Harmon over at Comet Debris has been revealing a whole slew of exclusives he’ll be bringing along to Designer Con 2014 over the past week – including the first official release of all-new figure Electricboy – so without further adieu, we bring you lucky con-goers a quick rundown of what you can expect at the booth (#1231) when the doors open this Saturday, November 8th…
DCon Electricboy// Originally making an appearance in the recent Halloween Unlucky Bags, Comet Debris’ latest figure makes it’s official debut at DCon! Inspired by classic Japanese toy lines such as Henshin Cyborg and Micronauts, the beautifully realised mid-sized figure has been produced in a gorgeous unpainted clear glitter vinyl, coming in at just $55 a piece.
DCon Kappa Kid// Comet Debris adorable Kewpie-style figure returns for DCon with an all-new capped head sculpt! Produced in a purple vinyl with masked cream/blue sprays and subtle pink highlights, the little guy can be yours for just $30.
DCon Kappa Shonen// Kappa Kid’s big brother Shonen will also be making an appearance this weekend as part of Comet Debris new “Into the Future” series. Produced in a striking silver glitter vinyl with grey and silver masked sprays, the mid-sized figure has been priced at $60.
DCon Sametan// Produced in a mesmerising mix of blue marbled tones and treated to a minimal paint application, the DCon Sametans have been priced at just $45 each. Sametan subscribers will be glad to know that this version will be sent out as part of your subscription package.
DCon Ace Robo// The only micro-run to feature in Comet Debris’ line-up this year, Ace Robo’s limited batch of 5 have all been produced in a gold glitter soft vinyl complete with masked black and white sprays for just $60 a piece.
For those unable to attend the event, you’ll be glad to know that Comet Debris have held back a limited amount of stock for an online release after the event- stay tuned for more news on that soon!
Koji Harmon over at Comet Debris has just teased images of his latest sofubi, the Electric Boy! Debuting as part of the artist’s recent Halloween Unlucky Bag release – of which small and medium sized bags can still be purchased here – the stunning looking figure appears to have been inspired by classic sofubi and action figure lines including Takara’s Micronauts. Making its first appearance in randomly selected bags cast in the pictured clear electric glitter blue, we’ve been told the piece will be making its official debut in an all-new colorway at Designer Con 2014 next month… Stay tuned for release details soon!