Androids and Dunnys wage war in Mikie Graham's SDCC set

6:00 PM on 07.03.2013 // Natalie Kipper
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The blind boxed series will be available at Dragatomi's booth

Monster lovers (and haters) will adore Mikie Graham's SDCC-exclusive blind boxed set, Android Hunters versus Dunny Monsters. The series re-imagines Dracula, Frankenstein, and a Werewolf as Dunny figures with the Androids as mechanical foils to the beasts, each equipped with tools for a specific monster. My personal favorite is the Werewolf. I just love the way his mouth is sculpted as if he is mid-howl. Although, that Dracula is pretty spiffy, too. Those bats atop his head are brilliant.

This set can be found at Dragatomi's booth (#5350) at San Diego Comic Con. It will be among other blind boxes as part of Dragatomi's new Android versus Dunnys series featuring 26 different artists' work totaling 150 figures, with each box costing US$80. Each piece is one of a kind. 

In this war between Dunnys and Androids, whose side are you on?

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