Kaiju Korner has a ton of photos up of the kaiju, sofubi and indie figures that were at Wonder Festival 2013 Summer. Among the highlights are:
Cometdebris' new colorways of Sametan and Ace Robo; I know I'll end up with both ...
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If you happen to like Cometdebris' Kappa Shonen figure, then this is news for you: he's going to be releasing some Kappa Shonen lucky bags in the very near future! As said in an Instagram post, the lucky bags will include "un...
The same weekend we'll be at C2E2 in Chicago, Super Festival 62 is taking place in Tokyo, and Cometdebris will be one of the attendees. I spotted a bit of news originally on TOYSREVIL concerning what he's bringing, and beside...
As a collector who is slowly growing his kaiju collection, I always like to pay attention to what's new, just in case I happen to be interested. That happens to be the case with Cometdebris' Tokoji Seijin and David Horvath's appropriately named Dave. The newest Tokoji Seijin is a translucent green variant with metallic silver paint accents. Meanwhile, Dave is a yellow variant with orange and light green accents.
The two buddies are going to be available Saturday, Dec. 3, on Cometdebris' online store starting at 11 p.m. Eastern (1 p.m. Sunday Japan Standard Time, 4 a.m. Sunday GMT, 8 p.m. Pacific). Tokoji will run you US$100 and be a run of 5 pieces only. Dave will be US$70. I like both these; what about you?