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Posted by Stephen Donaldson on July 27, 2011 | 1 Comment
Earlier today we showed you the new Ferg x Circus Posterus Skelve Doctor figure that was on hand at Rotofugi’s booth at San Diego Comic Con, but that wasn’t all they had! There were many other releases as well – if you were quick enough! Keeping in the vein of the Skelve Doctor, Circus Posterus also had a purple mini Skelve on hand as well as two Trouble Boy collaborations with Ferg. Chris Ryniak, also of Circus Posterus, had two vinyl figures on hand: the Mossback Synbora and the Watermellon Muskamoot, but not for long, the Synbora sold out almost instantly! Shawnimals had two new DIY platforms on sale, a DIY ninja and a DIY mini dumpling, and he had a regular release on hand as well. Last, but not least, 64 Colors debuted their adorable new Gumdrop figure in a GID colorway, and there were many Marshalls on hand as well. Be sure to check out the gallery below to see all of these awesome exclusives as well as some other regular releases that were being sold at Rotofugi’s booth at San Diego Comic Con.
Posted by Stephen Donaldson on July 27, 2011 | 2 Comments
Munky King always has one of the best booths at San Diego Comic Con, and this year was no exception: they may not have had a lot, but what they had brought comfort and style. From the very comfy couch in the middle of the booth, one could sit and see all of the amazing figures on hand. The giant 1:1 scale Possessed by Luke Chueh greeted all visitors of the booth and guarded over two brand new prototypes: Target, a new figures based on a Luke Chueh painting and Good Morning Sunshine by Joe Ledbetter. Target features Luke’s signature bear painting a target around his heart and Good Morning Sunshine features a grumpy Smash-esque monkey with a bird on his shoulder and a big cup of coffee in his hand. Also at the booth were their 4 exclusive figures: White in Black by Luke Chueh, a Chris Ryniak designed Misfortune Cat, a Luke Chueh designed Omi, and Screaming for the Sunrise by Yoskay Yamamoto. Be sure to hit the gallery to get a closer look at the two new prototypes and stay tuned to Plastikitty for more information on online releases of their leftover exclusives.