Martin Hsu's OG colorway Dragon Boy gets a pre-order date

Jun 29 // Natalie Kipper
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We have covered Martin Hsu's first vinyl figure, Dragon Boy, on its merry road from prototype to first finished sculpt to scaly, underpants-wearing reality. After following such a colorful saga, who wouldn't be excited for the chance to pre-order him? From noon Pacific on July 3 to the same time on July 4, you can pre-order the limited edition OG colorway Dragon Boy online from Martin's store. If you purchase him via this method on the pre-order date, you will also receive a small original Dragon Boy painting, signed by Martin. Why did I say "this method?" Because you can also purchase him at Martin's booth at San Diego Comic Con (#5015). However, only 50 of the 300 pieces will be at the con. 

Dragon Boy isn't just a very handsome 7 and a half inch tall figure. He also features articulation in his hands, arms, and head. He costs US$85 dollars and is released on July 23. 

Any of you planning on picking up this figure at the pre-sale or SDCC?

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