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A peek at Super Festival 61's wares

6:00 PM on 01.16.2013 // Brian Szabelski

A few new figures displayed, with a spotlight on the little guys

Super Festival 61 took place this past weekend in Tokyo, and Kaiju Korner was in attendance. While some of the big names weren't there, many exhibitors were, and a lot of them had some anime-styled figures. CCP brought some very cool Ultraman and Evangelion pieces, and Fewture Models showed up with some of their upcoming releases. Comet Debris brought his Sametan figure (a favorite of mine) among others, but what really caught my eye was Futuristic and his robot resin models. Futuristic is a French artist living in Japan, and his work looks amazing. We might need to keep an eye on his stuff ...

Head over to Kaiju Korner to check out the other indie toys on display, as well as other merch and an exhibition centered on tokusatsu show Mighty Jack.

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