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YS Planning’s [Color} and [Metallic] Largaburg sofubi…

YS Planning‘s Neclos sofubi returns for a long-awaited overseas release this week

  • Size: 5.5″
  • Articulation: 3 points (arms/neck) plus removable scythe
  • Edition size: TBC
  • Price: 10,000yen (Color), 7,000yen (Metallic) plus shipping
  • Largaburg appears to have been cast in a dark blue sofubi for this release, coming with either a full color paint app in gold/magenta or black/silver metallic
  • Originally available at Wonderfestival Summer ’18 last weekend, a limited supply have been held back for online sales. Interested parties can e-mail yskikaku@kzc.biglobe.ne.jp now with their inquiries
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Nerdone’s all-new M.O.T.U.L.O.S sofubi and keshi at Wonderfestival Summer ’16…

Nerdone have revealed that they’ll be extending their hugely popular MOTU x Neclos Fortress inspired MOTULOS series with the debut of not 1, not 2, but 3 new figures at Wonderfestival Summer ’16 this weekend! Featuring the return of lead protagonist MOTULOS in 2 very different styles – an SD variant produced as a 2 part sofubi mini, plus an all-new keshi rendition – these have been joined by the piece de resistance, a miniaturised MOTULOS castle that doubles up as a display stand for Bikkuri-style stickers! All going on sale via the Paralyzing Toyz WF booth (#5-08-09) this Sunday, July 24th, here’s hoping we see an overseas release at some point in the near future…


YS Planning’s standard size Largaburg sofubi…

It’s been over half a year in the offing, but the standard sized Laragaburg sofubi from YS Planning‘s Temple of the Laragaburg series will finally be making it’s debut at Wonderfestival Summer ’16 next weekend! A massive upgrade from the previously released finger puppet minis, the Neclos-inspired Largaburg towers at around 5.5″ tall, coming with 3 points of articulation, a removable scythe accessory and a head that can be interchanged with the one handed out with the original release. Produced in an unpainted light blue and packaged with artwork from none other than DeathCat Toys, this first edition will be going on sale via Zoomoth‘s WF booth next Sunday, July 24th. Here’s hoping for an overseas version soon!


MAN-E-NEWS// New sculpts from KtoKto revealed…

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Having quickly built a name for himself with his hugely popular “Kaibutsu Series” finger puppets, artist KtoKto has taken a brief break from horror toys for his latest release, proudly presenting the stunning, as-yet-untitled sculpts you see above! Whilst solid information on the project is still forthcoming, it would appear that the fantasy-based figures have taken a leaf from both Neclos Fortress and Capcom’s Ghosts ‘n Goblins in terms of aesthetic, with both undead knight and gargoyle still retaining the same one-part, open bottom design of Kaibutsu. Pictured here as finished clay prototypes, we’ll be keeping our fingers that the pair make their debut in soft vinyl early next year…


MAN-E-NEWS// The Wonderfestival exclusive “Demon Castle of Gle-Jun” sofubi minis from Jungle…

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Having seen a few limited releases since their debut back in February, Jungle‘s “Demon Castle of Gle-Jun” sofubi minis are set to return this weekend as a Wonderfestival Summer ’15 exclusive! Featuring a total of 6 different figures from the Neclos Fortress-inspired series – including designs from Jungle regulars Uky Daydreamer and Skulltula – the release has been split up into 2 different sets, both coming beautifully hand sprayed in a selection of muted, earthy tones. Going on sale at Jungle’s WF booth this coming Sunday, July 26th for around 5,000yen ($40) a set, we’ll be keeping our fingers crossed that the little guys will finally see their online debut soon…

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MAN-E-NEWS// FTWR Toy’s latest “Zombie Army” keshi revealed in-full…

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Teased here at the end of last month, we can now finally reveal the latest Zombie Army keshi from FTWR Toy in-full! Completely different from our original predictions, the incredible figure actually features a clever two-headed design – named “MukkiMuki” and “Bakkibaki” respectively – coming complete with a huge chest hole that houses a gas canister, plus a fully detachable machete. Once again realised by the sculptor of legendary mini figure series Neclos Fortress, the 2.5″ tall piece has been produced in keshi-style soft rubber, coming in an initial selection of flesh tone, pink, green and the pictured light blue. Packed with an all-new Bikkuriman-style sticker, the latest Zombie Army keshi will be making it’s debut at Wonderfestival Summer ’15 this coming Sunday, priced at just 3,000yen ($24) each… Here’s hoping we see an overseas sale soon!


MAN-E-NEWS// YS Planning’s Ragaburugu of the Temple of Doom “1st Colorway” sofubi minis…

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Having debuted and instantly sold out at Wonderfestival just a couple of weeks back, YS Planning‘s Ragaburugu of the Temple of Doom series returns for it’s first official online release! Designed and sculpted by the original sculptor of Neclos Fortress, Shigeo Uchida, the first wave of 3″ finger puppet-style minis features a total of 3 different designs inspired by the vintage mini figure series’ extensive back catalog of figures. Due to touch down at the Fat Moes store this coming Saturday, February 28th at 8pm Japan time, a total of 3 different colorways will be up for grabs; the previously released “OG” in Neclos’ classic metallic green, teal and flesh, an unpainted blank metallic light brown, and metallic brown with a dark brown rub. Whilst orders through the store are restricted to Japanese customers only, collectors in the West can contact Fat Moes through the site with their enquiries…