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Softoy Hobby’s HUGE post-ToyCon Uk ’16 sale…

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We at Softoy Hobby had an amazing time at ToyCon UK ’16 over the weekend, catching up with friends, selling toys, and most importantly, picking up a few gems for our own collection! Thankfully to all who couldn’t attend, we held back some select stock that we’ll be releasing online next week along with a few leftovers and a couple of soon-to-be-revealed surprises that didn’t make it to the event… So without further adieu, here’s a quick rundown of the slew of toys that’ll be available from our store starting Wednesday, April 20th at 9pm London time

  • Gory Hole’s Warui Zonbi: Series 1 “Ghost Edition”// Featuring both SS Wolfgang and Selwyn, these MaBa Zombies-inspired finger puppets have been cast in a GID soft vinyl complete with teal rub, violet sprays and silver detailing. Limited to 10 sets, each coming packed in a deluxe display box with matching GID keshi, these have been priced at $85 per set. A limited run of blank GID sets will also be available for $60 each…
  • One-Off “TMNOB” Secrets of the Oozeballs// One-off Oozeballs inspired by the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, these have been rubbed, sprayed and brushed by Tru:Tek in metallic Monster Kolor paint. Just Michaelangelo and Raphael remain, coming in at $100 each…
  • Nazi Hovertank play sets// A collaboration between Gory Hole and Science Patrol, these play sets feature  Warui Zonbi “SS Wolfgang” mashed-up with the Mastodon tank. Hand painted by Tru:Tek, each set comes with a hovertank mounted on a display base with magenta keshi that fit in the tank base. Limited to 4, these have been priced at $75 each…
  • “GID” SD Fake Baron// The first exclusive release for Tru:Tek’s collaboration with Awesome Toy, the micro-sized super ‘bot keshi has been cast in a GID rubber this time around. Limited to just 10 pieces, each packed in a gacha capsule with insert and keychain attachment, these have been priced at $7 each…
  • Hand painted Strange Creatures keshi// A soft-debut for Radioactive Uppercut’s Strange Creatures of Atlas Island keshi, this first wave of casts have been hand rubbed, sprayed and brushed by Tru:Tek in a variety of styles and finishes. With standard customs priced at just $30, the more labor intensive Garamon and Pigumon homages can be yours for $35… Look out for more details on the first official SCoAI release soon!
  • TMNFB one-off// Continuing the TMNT theme, Tru:Tek has customized yet another upcoming figure from Radioactive Uppercut in those classic greens and browns, the clawed kappa known as Freakboy! Sculpted by Tim Stephson based on RU’s original design, the little guy – standing at around 2.5″ tall – has been cast by Tru:Tek in a keshi-style rubber, coming with various sprays and detailing to mimic TMNT’s Raphael. Limited to just 1, TMNFB can be yours for just $35…
  • “Darkside of the Rainbow” Arch Mage// Continuing his collaborations with Science Patrol (of which we hear there’s more coming very soon!), Tru:Tek has set about working on a micro-run of their ever-popular Arch Mage sofubi. Cast in a flesh vinyl, the little guys have been treated to a plethora of metallic pink and purple sprays over a black rub. Limited to just 3 pieces, these have been priced at just $30 each…
  • One-off Lamputron// A custom mash-up of Kenth Toy Works/acolorfulmonster’s Zombitron and Shimomoku’s Lampu, this adorable little figure has been adorned with a variety of metallic sprays and hand brushed detailing. Limited to 1, priced at $45…
  • “Two Face Todd” Trouballz// As well as Tru:Tek’s exclusives, the Softoy Hobby booth also had the honor of stocking a very limited supply of Bad Attic Toys‘ Trouballz sofubi. Available in 3 different vintage-themed colorways, painted versions have been priced at $85, whilst blanks will set you back just $60…

Keep a close eye on the Tru:Tek/Softoy Hobby Instagram feed here for a look at the surprises we’ll be revealing closer to the sale…


MAN-E-NEWS// Shimomoku’s “Mustard” BETA sofubi mini at Lulubell Toys…

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Lulubell Toys are proud to reveal that they’ve secured a limited supply of Shimomoku’s beautiful BETA sofubi mini! The third figure in the artist’s ongoing Kinokeshi series, the little chap retains the same porcelain like qualities as both Lampu and Makori, this time coming with a unique design that features 4 fully articulated legs that can be neatly tucked under the figure for a multitude of display options. Produced in an unpainted “mustard” color soft vinyl this time around, the latest version of BETA can be found in the Lulubell Toys store right here for just $23 plus shipping…


MAN-E-NEWS// New releases from Shimomoku at Jungle…

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Shimomoku over at Japanese toy retailer and producer Jungle has just revealed that a whole swathe of new releases will be touching down online this weekend! Featuring the return of Lampu in a clear soft vinyl, the Skulltula Skeleton Warrior in GID, plus a restock of all-new figure Beta in both lavender and light green, these are to be joined by the latest painted release of Moguming; coming in a selection of one-off mixed part configurations with minimal silver and gold masked sprays. Going on sale in the Jungle store this Sunday, December 14th at 1pm Japan time, pricing on the figures is still to be confirmed, but we’re guessing they’ll be available for around 1,800yen ($15) to 2,500yen ($21) each plus shipping…


MAN-E-NEWS// Shimomoku’s “BETA” Kinokeshi sofubi micro revealed…

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Originally teased here last week, the latest figure in Shimomku‘s ongoing Kinokeshi series has just been revealed in full! Named “BETA”, the third figure in the soft vinyl line retains the same porcelain like qualities as the previous releases, this time coming with a unique design that features 4 fully articulated legs that can be neatly tucked under the figure for a multitude of display options. Due to make it’s debut at an event in Nihonbashi, Osaka this weekend (11/2), with a further appearance at Design Fiesta 40 the week after, we’ll be keeping our fingers crossed for an online debut in the near future…

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MAN-E-NEWS// Shimomoku’s new Kinokeshi prototype revealed…

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Joining the creepy-cute Makori and Lampu, the guys over at Shimomoku have revealed that a third figure in the ongoing Kinokeshi series will be available soon! Pictured here in prototype form, the as yet untitled figure retains the same porcelain like qualities as the previous releases, this time coming in at a slightly smaller 2″ tall when standing on all fours. Unfortunately we have no word on an actual release as of yet, but we’ll be keeping our fingers crossed we se the little guy in the Shimomku/Jungle store before the year is out…

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MAN-E-NEWS// New Fu*King, Lampu, Moguming and more from Jungle…

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Japanese toy retailer and producer Jungle has just revealed a whole slew of figures that’ll be touching down in-store this coming Sunday, July 20th at 13.00 Japan time! Featuring new works from Touma, 10-B Factory and Shimomoku, we bring you guys a quick rundown of what will be on offer…

Jungle x Touma “Fu*King”- Touma’s hilarious middle finger-brandishing sofubi returns in 3 new meticulously weathered colourways; Junk Blue, White Ash and Scrapped Green. Standing at around 5″ tall and coming with 3 points of articulation, the strictly limited editions have been priced at 8,640yen ($85) each plus shipping…

10-B Factory “Moguming” and “Moguring”- 10-B’s adorable steampunk-esque robos receive their latest outing in a selection of previously unreleased unpainted colourways. Available in green, flesh and an aqua blue, Moguming has been priced at just 2,160yen ($21), whilst dark and light grey versions of Moguring can be yours for just 1,080yen ($11).

Shimomoku “Lampu Skull Mask”- Originally released (and quickly selling out!) over at Lulubell Toys last week, the latest version of the mischievous Lampu has been cast in a light mint green vinyl this time around, coming complete with a magnetically attached skull mask accessory. These have been priced at just 1,620yen ($16) a piece.


MAN-E-NEWS// Lampu “Skull Mask Version” sofubi mini at Lulubell Toys…

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Lulubell Toys are proud to reveal that they’ve secured another limited batch of Shimomoku of Japan‘s Lampu (Mischievous Fairy) sofubi mini! Taken from the ongoing Kinokeshi series, the adorable little guy stands at around 2.5″ tall, coming with 2 points of articulation in the shoulders and a removable magnetic skull mask. Cast up in bright green soft vinyl for the release, the figure can be found in the Lulubell Toys store via preorder for just $22 plus shipping…