For a while, we've been getting peeks and teasers at a new project called Junior from myplasticheart's MPHLabs and Lou Pimentel. If you thought it was going to be a bite-sized figure based on Cranston Fellows Jr., give yourself a cookie, because you were right. Still, there's a twist: it's going to be a sofubi figure produced by MPHLabs! Above is the unpainted prototype, which has a 4-inch wingspan, and I'll guesstimate he's about 2.5 to 3 inches tall.
It's also worth noting that Lou's backstory for Junior confirms this is Cranston in his much younger days: "Before he was Cranston Fellows Jr., this little devil bat was just known as Junior. Small, egg shaped and lovable, he was born in the underworld and was a prankster from day one. Junior likes to dance, paint, and play practical jokes. His favorite pastime is hiding in small places and jumping out to scare his mom. Yes, he's living his toddler years to their fullest. He does not make his bed and loves making a mess. He prefers peanut M&M's and is always looking for new adventures. Speaking of adventure, Junior would love to come home with you to start one together. You bring cookies and a map and he’ll bring the ruckus."
Love it! We don't have a release date or pricing information yet on Junior, but for Cranston fans, this is a wonderful day. Expect to see Junior and more at MPH's New York Comic Con booth and in our NYCC coverage next month!
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