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Science Patrol x Stego Forest’s Dai Man Sai exclusive Kappa…


Stego Forest‘s Kappa finally sees the light of day next month as an exclusive for Mandarake‘s Dai Man Sai festival 

  • Size: 2.75″
  • Articulation: 1 point (neck)
  • Edition size: 10 (TBC)
  • Price: 3,000yen
  • Designed by Stego Forest’s Jesse Narens, Kappa has finally made it into sofubi courtesy of Science Patrol, coming cast in a clear purple vinyl with silver/black sprays and a rub inspired by Dokuro King
  • Going on sale via lottery at the event on May 3rd, interested parties can expect the full lowdown soon

Science Patrol x Submission Toy’s Dai Man Sai exclusive SmogBall…

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The organisers behind next month’s Dai Man Sai festival at Mandarake reveal the first of two exclusives Science Patrol will have up for grabs

  • Size: 4″
  • Articulation: 1 point (mouth)
  • Edition size: 10 (with 2 TBC chases)
  • Price: 10,000yen
  • Submission Toy‘s Smog Ball has been produced and painted by Science Patrols, coming in a pink sofubi and treated to a Pigumon-style paint app in  red, metallic pink, gold and black
  • Going on sale via lottery at the event on May 3rd, interested parties can expect the full lowdown soon

PPPToys’ keshi at Mandarake Ark…


PiraPiraPira‘s highly sought after keshi line is now finally available overseas through Mandarake

  • Size: 2″-2.5″ each
  • Edition size: TBC
  • Price: 3,500yen-4,000yen each
  • The whole of PPPToys’ debut line-up of keshi is now available through Mandarake’s worldwide Ark service; Purajunya, Purajunya Collapse, Minami Aya Dagan Iron Bottle and Namuami-Dagan Kontairyobu-Shulain
  • All come cast in a keshi-style flesh-tone resin (alongside 2 in dry-brushed black)
  • Each figure comes packed in a deluxe, vintage-style box with Bikkuriman-inspired sticker
  • Currently residing in the Mandarake Ark store here

Leo Sofvi Bouya’s “Set B” Ouroboros…


Leo Sofvi Bouya‘s modular sofubi series returns for it’s second outing at Mandarake Ark

  • Size: 5.5″-6″
  • Articulation: 4 points (neck, arms, waist) that can be interchanged
  • Price: 16,200yen plus shipping
  • All 3 designs – Typhon (kaiju), Graviol (robot) and Iris (girl) have been cast in the same squishy vinyl as the first release, this time coming in alternate brown, light blue and magenta
  • Interested parties can currently find the set in the Mandarake Ark store right here

Leo Sofvi Bouya’s Ouroboros at Mandarake…


Originally debuting at Mandarake‘s Daiman Festival, the Ouroboros from Leo Sofvi Bouya are now available via worldwide mail order! Featuring 3 very different designs; “Iris”, who appears to be modelled on Leo’s recurring Fairy mascot, 50’s styled ‘bot Gravior, plus, in a nod to “Taboo” Guzo, the shark-toothed Typhon; each comes in at around 6.5″ tall, featuring fully-interchangeable heads, torsos, arms and legs that can form a whopping total of 243 different combinations. Produced in contrasting pink, brown and baby teal soft vinyl for this first release, the Ouroboros trio will set you back just 15,000yen plus shipping. Currently a aisles in super-limited quantities, interested parties can find them in the Mandarake store right here

The Chō Kōsoku Galvion “Garubion” sofubi at Mandarake’s Daiman Festival…

Mandarake have unveiled a number of new toys they’ll have up for grabs at their upcoming Daiman Festival this week, the highlight for us coming in the form of this incredible licensed Chō Kōsoku Galvion sofubi! Taken directly from the classic 80’s mecha anime, “Garubion” has been faithfully recreated in soft vinyl form, standing at a gargantuan 12.5″ tall and featuring extensive articulation that changes the figure from ‘bot to car within seconds. Produced in Garubion’s signature white, blue, grey and black for this first run, the figure will be going on sale at the festival this Friday, August 5th for 19,440yen. Here’s hoping we see a version outside of Japan soon!

[Info courtesy of Sofvi.Tokyo]

Mandarake’s “Cerberus J3” Mazinger Z sofubi…

After being strangely ignored by the toy world for the past 40 years, Mazinger Z’s Cerberus J3 has finally made its into sofubi courtesy of Mandarake! Standing at a whopping 21.5″ tall, the 3-headed super ‘bot has been realised in the same super-chunky style as the original jumbo toys of the 1970’s, coming with a authentic masked paint app and deluxe, vintage style box. Going on sale in Japan as part of the upcoming “DaiManSai” festival, a limited supply of Cerberus J3 has been held back for overseas sales at 38,000yen each (a steal when you consider its size!). Anyone interested in trying their luck is going to need to fill out the dedicated lottery form right here before close on July 31st…