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@Alphakitty27: That's like saying "the suits in Witchblade represent EMPOWERMENTTTT IT IS OKAY I WATCH IT FOR THE PLOT"
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@Alphakitty27: Ah yes, I remember when I hit puberty and a suit molested me and I fed it blood and everyone oogled my tits
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@Alphakitty27: Literally want to kill whoever made this http://t.co/7gl2YWgWCf Oh no the sexy suits represent PUBERTY I AM GONNA TEAR MY HAIR OUT
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@Sir_Narwhal: That horrible moment a box of presents for someone shows up and they're all fakes upon further inspection ;A;
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Posted by Stephen Donaldson on November 24, 2011 | No Comments
The other day an interesting piece of art hit my inbox from Erick Scarecrow and not much was said about it. All that was told was that it will be a print that will come with the Old School Kaiju Bloody Dizigin colorway that is a collaboration with Monster Kolor, which we showed you back at NYCC, and that it is designed by Yajima. The only other bit of information was that this piece and print will be releasing in early 2012, but what I’m most curious about is the art style here and the inclusion of Yajima as the artist. Is this hinting at something bigger coming to us next year such as an anime or manga? Who knows! But we’ll be sure to keep you updated on any and all possibilities and in the mean time let us know in the comments what you think about a U.S. artist potentially entering the anime scene.
Posted by Stephen Donaldson on November 14, 2011 | No Comments
Well, it’s Kamen Rider’s 40th anniversary and New Zealand artist Paul Shih has created a new print in celebration! The Japanese American Cultural and Community Center held a show featuring lots of Kamen Rider tribute art and Paul Shih created this print of the Sushi Kaiju and Kamen Rider hanging out and kicking ass. Done in an ukiyo-e style like the last Sushi Kaiju print, this print features Kamen Rider and Sushi Kaiju saving a town from some bandits. This 12″ x 12″ print is an edition of 30 pieces and is available from Paul’s webstore right now as well for the low price of $35! I really love the goofiness of the print that embodies the spirit of the TV show and if this print is like his Sushi Kaiju one that I own, it’s absolutely stunning in person. So what’re you waiting for? Add this awesome print to your collection and celebrate the 40th anniversary of Kamen Rider in style!
[via Paul Shih's blog]
Posted by Stephen Donaldson on September 1, 2011 | 1 Comment
The other day we showed you Paul Shih’s teaser of his new super popular Sushi Kaiju and his (or her, I’m going to refer to this one as a female since it’s pink and purple)’s butt, and now, we have all of the info on this new release! The new Sushi Kaiju Dalea edition will be an edition of 10 and due to its limited nature it will be a lottery only for purchasing one. That’s not all though, the Sushi Kaiju print that we showed you before is also now available for $35! But what if you want both!? Well you’re in luck! On the lottery form you can specify if you want the print as well and will save $5 on an amazing bundle of one wiggly sushi monster and one amazing print.
I love the purple and pink colorway of the new Sushi Kaiju and that print will most certainly be making its way to my kitchen. The only thing I’m sad about with this release is that not everyone can get one, but considering how much time, effort, love, and care Paul puts into each of these, it’s quite understandable, so instead I’ll just wish all those entering the best of luck! If you want either of these for yourself, the Sushi Kaiju Dalea edition will be $65 and the print is, as previously mentioned, $35, both excluding shipping, and the lottery is now open. The 10 lucky lottery entrants will be notified towards the end of September so good luck to all and if you want a closer look at the first colorway, check out our sushi shoot for some wiggly food fun!
[via Paul Shih's blog]