Super7's Drunk Seijin, The Priest get release dates

Nov 14 // Brian Szabelski
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One is coming on Thursday; the other gets a special release party on Nov. 30

News from the land of Super7 has arrived, and it starts with a new collaboration between Super7 and KaToPe. Mummy Seijin is a mash-up between Mummy Boy and Drunk Seijin, with Mummy Boy's head on the Seijin body. The first colorway is cast in brown and orange vinyl, with orange, yellow and red detailing, and will be available at Super7's shop on Thursday, Nov. 15. His price? US$35.

There's also news about Mark Gonzales' The Priest figure, which is finally getting an official release. The 10-inch vinyl figure will have happy and angry expressions, and it'll be US$75 when it releases in Super7's physical store on Friday, Nov. 30, during a release party. The party starts at 6 p.m. Pacific, and those who can't make it can pick up The Priest starting Saturday, Dec. 1.

Oh, and it's worth mentioning: Super7 said all the DesignerCon exclusives sold out and here will be more Pocket Rose Vampire colorways in the future.

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