Geek Life’s officially licensed Sega Retro Game Collection returns with a whole host of blank colorways
- Size: 10″ (Hagger), 8″ (Mammoth)
- Articulation: 4 plus floating head omake (Hagger), 7 (Mammoth)
- Edition size: Open
- Price: 5,400yen each plus shipping
- Both Altered Beast’s stage one boss Hagger and Space Harrier’s Mammoth return in a selection of 5 different blank sofubi colorways; flesh, blue, red, yellow and green
- Currently available in the Yamakichiya store right here
Yep, yet more from retailer Yamakichiya today and something a little different than our usual coverage to boot, as the guys proudly present their latest officially licensed toys from Sega… the Space Harrier garage kits! Created by RC Berg as part of their ongoing Videogame Heroes series, the 1/12 scaled release consists of 2 different characters from the cult shoot ’em up; lead protagonist Space Harrier himself and classic bad guy Ida the Stone Head.
Coming packed in unassembled, unpainted form complete with a whole host of accessories, both resin sets can currently be found in the Yamakichiya store via open preorder, coming in at just 10,584yen and 9,720yen respectively… Look out for more Yamakichiya x Sega soon!
Seeing it’s last release as a Convict exclusive almost a year ago now, it came with great pleasure today to find that Geek Life‘s Mammoth sofubi has returned in an all-new “ZX Spectrum” colorway! The second figure in the officially licensed Sega Retro Game Sofubi Collection, the Yamada Masami sculpted figure – taken from cult 1985 shooter Space Harrier – stands at just under 10″, coming complete with articulation in all 4 legs and both tusks. Produced in a mix of brown and GID soft vinyl, the lumbering cycloptic beast has been treated to subtle brown and silver sprays that perfectly mimic the unique color palette seen in Space Harrier’s ZX Spectrum home conversion. Currently up for grabs through the new Yama Kichi store right here, the “ZX Spectrum” Mammoth will set you back 9,720yen ($87) plus shipping… Can’t wait for your next Sega-related fix? Then you’ll be glad to know that Geek Life are currently hard at work on a new Sega Keshi series that’ll making it’s first appearance very soon… Stay tuned!
Having debuted way back in November of last year, it comes with great pleasure today to reveal that Geek Life‘s “Mammoth” sofubi is finally set to return this month in a Convict exclusive colorway! The second figure in the officially licensed Sega Retro Game Sofbi Collection, the Yamada Masami sculpted figure – taken from cult 1985 shooter Space Harrier – stands at just under 10″, coming complete with articulation in all 4 legs and both tusks. Produced in a clear blue soft vinyl with minimal white, red and black detailing for this second outing, the Convict exclusive Mammoth will be touching down online and in-store on Saturday, June 27th for just 9,720yen ($78)…
With their “Aggar” Altered Beast sofubi now seeing 2 sell-out colorways, the guys behind retro apparel brand Geek Life have finally unleashed the second figure in the officially licensed Sega Retro Game Sofbi Collection- the “Mammoth” enemy from 1985 shooter Space Harrier! A near-perfect rendition of the iconic cycloptic mammal in soft vinyl, the Yamada Masami sculpted figure stands at just under 10″, coming with articulation in all 4 legs and both tusks. Debuting in an “OG” brown vinyl complete with dark brown, ivory and black sprays, the figure is currently available to Japanese customers through the Geek Life store, whilst overseas preorders can be placed through BlackBook Toy right here for just 9,720yen ($84) until Thursday, December 4th…
With the recently released Altered Beast “Aggar” figure proving to be a huge success, the guys behind retro apparel brand Geek Life have wasted no time in getting to work on the second figure in the officially licensed Sega Retro Game Sofbi Collection- taking on 1985 shooter Space Harrier’s “Mammoth” boss! A near-perfect rendition of the iconic cycloptic mammal in soft vinyl, the figure appears to be roughly the same scale as Aggar (around 9″ tall), coming with articulation in all 4 legs and both tusks. Release details on the figure are still to be confirmed at present, but with a successful test-shot in place, we’re guessing we should only have another month or 2 to wait…