Originally debuting at DCon ’17 last month, Goccodo‘s latest figure is finally available overseas
- Size: 12.5″
- Articulation: 17 moving parts
- Edition size: TBC
- Price: 23,000yen plus shipping
- Designed and sculpted by Goccodo, the Transformer-esque Kiaidaddy comes cast in a mix of black and clear sofubi, remaining unpainted for this first release
- Currently available via e-mail lottery, interested parties are going to need to fill out the dedicated lottery form right here
- Size: 2.25″
- Articulation: 0 points
- Edition size: 10
- Price: TBC
- Inspired by the original Transformers Decoy keshi, the Simianbot Mini-Mechape has been designed/produced by Barely Human and sculpted by EngineCogs, coming cast in a GID rubber for this first release
- Comes packed in an authentic, Decoy-style blister pack with backer card
- Going on sale at Pizza Party’s Low Brow Con booth starting this Saturday, August 5th, an online release has been planned for soon after
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]
Originally teased here way back in September of last year, Omiso Factory’s incredible “Joint Man” resin action figure is finally up for grabs at Lulubell Toys! Taking inspiration from the likes of Micronauts and Transformers, the fully articulated, 6” tall figure is available in 2 different styles – “Robot Face” and “Human Face” – each coming complete with a whopping total of 18 separate parts including sword and gun accessories. Available in a choice of 2 classic Takara-inspired colorways, the Joint Men are currently up for grabs on a made-to-order basis through the Lulubell Toys store here, coming in at just $48 each plus shipping. Due to the custom nature of these, delivery has been estimated at around 4-8 weeks from the date of order…
Originally teased here last week, Richard Page over at UME Toys has just revealed the first test-pull of ScamWave… and it’s EPIC! A re-make of Rich’s incredible one-off Soundwave sculpt created last year (check him out here), the new version features a tighter, chunkier design than it’s predecessor, standing at around 7.5″ tall and now coming with a whopping 9 points of articulation. To be painted up in the familiar weathered navy blue and silver of the original, we’ll be keeping our fingers crossed for a full reveal plus those all important release details later in the week… Keep track of the UME Instagram feed here for further developments as they happen!
After months of agonising waiting, The Sucklord’s Occupy Cybertron figures have finally made it into the Suckadelic store! As with the previous editions, there are two very different figures to choose from; the standard Occupy Cybertron bootleg in a fetching Optimus Prime inspired red, white, blue and black, and the “Delux” version, which stands at a “Mego” sized 8″, coming complete with cloth outfit and gold pin, packaged on a wood panel backing card. Priced at $85 and $375 respectively, the dreaded “ONE PERCENT” Supervillains can be found on the store right here… Joining the long awaited pair, The Sucklord has also released yet another Transformers bootleg in the form of Beta Banjee, the latest figure in the Gay Energon line! Hand cast and painted in the usual mix of pink and silver, the 3.75″ figure comes mounted on a blister card. Limited to just 50 pieces, Beta Banjee can be yours for just $85 plus shipping…
After having to wait a little while longer than expected for some quality decals, Rich over at UME Toys is proud to finally unveil the much anticipated Soundwave sculpt… and boy, was it worth the wait! Featuring the same unmistakable broken-geometric style as the previous Iron Man sculpt (featured here), the long spindly arms and legs, coupled with the flat design of of the body really help give a new spin on the well-worn Transformers aesthetic… giving the robot an almost vulnerable feel that we’ve never seen before. Sculpted using polymer clay and finished in Rich’s usual signature weathered style, Soundwave should be touching down in the UME Toys store sometime soon for around £190-£200. Stay tuned for a full reveal of the UME Toys NYCC skulls tomorrow, including at look at the very special one-off “Brains” edition!