Siccaluna‘s IZOU is their latest figure to receive the one-off marble treatment
- Size: 13″ (TBC)
- Articulation: 8 points (necks, arms, wrists, feet, wiast) plus removable glove and top hat
- Edition size: 1
- Price: 50,000yen plus shipping
- IZOU comes cast in a marbled red and blue sofubi, remaining unpainted for this release
- Up for grabs via e-mail lottery until Midnight Japan time on May 7th, interested parties are going to need to send their desired figure, name, address, postal code and telephone number to email@example.com, being sure to include “「IZOU」マーブル成型” in the subject header
BlackBook‘s SKUM-kun sofubi returns in a special mixed-part colorway this weekend
- Size: 8″
- Articulation: 4 points (neck, arms, waist)
- Price: 16,740yen plus shipping
- Produced in a mix of clear, opaque and marbled sofubi in an array of different one-off colors, each SKUM-kun comes complete with masked and free-sprayed detailing, plus a BBT bandana
- Going on sale in the BBT store starting midnight Japan time on Sunday, April 16th
Hot on the heels of their recent Mixed Part Skull Brain release, the guys over at Secret Base have been hard at work on yet another beautifully produced fight figure… the marbled double-pour Skull Bee! Standing at around 5″ tall and featuring articulation in the head and arms, the classic piece has been treated to a rather unique casting process, coming in a clear vinyl that has been re-poured with a marble green and pink. Currently up for grabs through the Secret Base store right here, the latest Skull Bee will set you back just 6,480yen plus shipping…
The Mimi Monster sofubi from TAN (aka Zhang Sheng) is making a welcome return this week in its first ever marbled colorway! Standing at around 6″ tall, the slimy cyclops features a simple 2-part design with articulation in the neck, this time coming cast in an unpainted mix of yellow, red, black and green soft vinyl inspired by the classic “Tokyo” color scheme. Limited to just 20 pieces priced at $120 each plus EMS shipping, anyone interested in bagging the figure is going to need to fire over their name, address, country, telephone number and PayPal address to firstname.lastname@example.org between Saturday, March 12th to Tuesday, March 15th… Good luck to all who enter!
Koji Harmon over at Comet Debris is proud to present the first of many exclusives he’ll have up for grabs at Designer Con ’15 next week, introducing the “Marbled Vinyl” Kappa Kid! Standing at around 4″ tall and featuring articulation in the neck, the adorable kewpie-inspired figure has been produced in a retina melting magenta and purple swirled soft vinyl complete with masked blue and yellow sprays. Available in both “flower” and “cap” variants, the little guy will be going on sale at the Comet Debris booth (#1106) starting Saturday, November 21st for just $30… Look out for more Comet Debris DCon exclusives over the next few days!
Continuing the recent resurgence of his first ever vinyl figure, Rich Montanari Jr of Mutant Vinyl Hardcore has revealed that he’ll have a fresh batch of marbled Sludge Demons touching down in his store this week! Sittiing at around 4″ tall and coming with one point of articulation, the classic figure has been produced in a gorgeous swirl of GID, baby blue and glitter infused clear vinyl courtesy of Grody Shogun and Shirahama Toy. Due to touch down in the MVH store at some point this Tuesday, 15th September, if the previous “Jet Black” release is anything to go by, we can expect to see the little guys packed in a net bag with two MVH stickers, one button and a metal rimmed paper MVH hanging tag for around $65 each plus shipping. Keep a close eye on the MVH Instagram feed here for the full lowdown later today…
Lulubell Toys are proud to reveal that they’ve secured a fresh batch of Bwana Spoons’ Mini Sloth and Tapir sofubi! Produced in a bright green soft vinyl with minimal metallic pink sprays, the 4″ tall Mini Sloth can be yours for $45, whilst the unpainted, 2.5″ tall Tapir has been cast in a marbled brown and yellow vinyl with a price tag of just $50. Currently available in the Lulubell Toys store right here, supplies are likely to be very limited, so be sure to head on over and bag yours before they both disappear!