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NYCC 2013: Lulubell photo
NYCC 2013: Lulubell

NYCC 2013: Lulubell and Velocitron


Oct 16
// Brian Szabelski
Lulubell Toys and Velocitron shared a NYCC booth, offering up a sampling of their wares. There were the usual selection of Japanese sofubi and kaiju figures, along with a few exclusives, including a cherry red Bones and Lucky from Mike Egan. They look a little more pinkish to me, but hey, I guess that's splitting hairs at this point. Check out the gallery for photos from the Lulubell booth!
SDCC 2013: Lulubell Toys photo
SDCC 2013: Lulubell Toys

SDCC 2013: Lulubell Toys


More kaiju, more indie figures, more fun
Jul 27
// Brian Szabelski
Lulubell Toys arrived at SDCC with a full army of sofubi, kaiju and indie toys. It looked a little bit like something we might in fact see this weekend at Wonder Festival 2013 Summer. Works from Velocitron were present all ov...
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NYCC 2012: Lulubell Toys and Velocitron


Your one stop NYCC shop for all things sofubi and kaiju
Oct 15
// Brian Szabelski
Lulubell Toys and Velocitron's shared booth was kaiju and sofubi central at New York Comic Con's The Block, featuring plenty of new pieces from the Land of the Rising Sun. Of course, Velocitron's own pieces were there, includ...

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Velocitron, Lulubell bringing the sofubi to NYCC


New pieces from Sunguts, Itokin Park and more
Oct 03
// Brian Szabelski
If you really like kaiju and sofubi, then the Lulubell Toys/Velocitron booth (#3108) is the place to be for New York Comic Con. It'll be kaiju central, with pieces from SHIRAHAMA, BLObPUS, Frenzy, Fuei-shokai, Ilanena, Itokin...
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SuperFest 59: A taste of kaiju and sofubi (part 2)


May 02
// Brian Szabelski
As mentioned earlier, kaiju and sofubi were all over the place at SuperFest 59, so we've split our photos from Tokyo Hunter into two separate galleries! In this batch, you'll find work from an artist named Jet Some; piec...
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[UPDATE] Velocitron, Grody Shogun bring Karoushi to TAG


Feb 02
// Brian Szabelski
As Toy Art Gallery's Blamo show winds down, they're preparing for an invasion next weekend. An invasion of kaiju, that is, in the form of Karoushi, a show featuring the works of Velocitron (a.k.a. Ricky Wilson) and Grody Shog...

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