Huck Gee going on tour to promote Post-Apocalypse Dunnys

Feb 19 // Brian Szabelski    @brianszabelski

New series drops Feb. 28; tour follows the next week

Kidrobot's next Dunny series, as revealed on their blog, is Huck Gee's Post-Apocalypse Dunny series. As you can imagine, it's a bunch of 3-inch Dunnys based on Huck's designs, with a post-apocalyptic theme ... though I can't help but feel, at times, like it's a "Best Hits" collection with some old designs mixed with new. I like some of the more futuristic designs, though, so I won't really complain. The series is dropping on Feb. 28 for US$9.95 (£7.90, €9.20) where ever you usually find Dunnys.

Furthermore, Huck is going on a five-city signing tour, stopping at each Kidrobot store in the U.S. from March 1 to March 5. In order, that's: Kidrobot San Francisco, March 1; Kidrobot Los Angeles, March 2; Kidrobot Boulder, March 3; Kidrobot Miami, March 4; and Kidrobot New York, March 5. All signings are 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. local time. See any designs you like, or thinking of stopping by to check out the signings?

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