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Tomocast 46: C2E2 & Wondercon

May 07 // Pedro Cortes
[embed]34394:37280:0[/embed] Show Length: 68:46   C2E2 Diamond Select (non-Minimates) Enterbay Pokezombies Frombie Henry Cesneros   Wondercon Kotobukiya (Their panel & booth) Batman display Super7    SDCC Exclusives Hasbro SW stuff  Viz 1/6 Naruto  Matty Collector    News Disney freezing Frozen merch  Gender-split Spidey happy meal toys    Toys First Free! figma  Threezero has Dead Space 3 license  Captain America figma  Vyse statue coming! 
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Double trouble
You know it's the beginning of Summer when the events start to happen every couple of weeks. In short proximity, we had C2E2 and Wondercon occur, so you know that those are the main topic of the latest episode of Tomocast. An...

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WonderCon x Super7

WonderCon 2014: Super7


Still loving the translucent Mellow Yellow Pocket Rose Vampire
Apr 25
// Kristina Pino
Our gal on the show floor, Natalie, passed by Super7's booth and grabbed some shots of what they were showing off. The key items on display were their exclusives for the event, the Toxic Garbage Dump Fossilla, Spring Training...

WonderCon 2014: Flat Bonnie

Apr 25 // Natalie Kipper
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Flatties a plenty
Stumbling upon Flat Bonnie's delightful booth at WonderCon was akin to falling down Alice's rabbit hole, but this time Wonderland was populated solely by flat plushes of adorable animals. The booth had a carpet made up to loo...

WonderCon 2014 BeeFy & Co photo
WonderCon 2014 BeeFy & Co

WonderCon 2014: BeeFy & Co.


Showcasing a new vinyl prototype as well as the works of Missy M Toyz
Apr 25
// Natalie Kipper
One of the great pleasures in events like WonderCon is seeing upcoming toy releases and BeeFy & Co.'s booth was an excellent source of such entertainment. During my visit, I was treated to a very special peek at Menh Voon...

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WonderCon 2014: Hyperactive Monkey


So cute they'll make you climb trees!
Apr 24
// Rio McCarthy
I'm a big fan of the brightly colored and exciting designs of Jerome Lu and Hyperactive Monkey! This year at WonderCon their booth was as bright as always, and included several cool pieces. The Glow-in-the-Dark Spirit Pocket ...
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WonderCon Kuso Vinyl

WonderCon 2014: Kuso Vinyl


David Bondi on site
Apr 24
// Rio McCarthy
David Bondi was on site for this year's WonderCon at the Kuso Vinyl booth. He was showing off a prototype of his Pinocchio/Astro Boy mash-up figure, and the sculpt was made with a 3D printer. The final product is said to look...
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WonderCon Squid Kids Ink

WonderCon 2014: Squid Kids Ink


Cute little squids dressed in blue
Apr 24
// Rio McCarthy
Squid Kids Ink was located at booth #1145 at this year's WonderCon. They're one of my favorite booths to check out to see what adorable goodies they've got. I loved getting to see them at SDCC last year. This time they were s...
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The Walking Like Dead plush series shambles into the Anaheim Convention Center
At the beginning of the first day of WonderCon, Alvin and Cheri Ong of Furry Feline Creatives' booth was a bit bare. Nearly all of the plushes (save the con-exclusives) had been sold at the Northern California Cherry Blossom ...

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WonderCon Tentacle Kitty

WonderCon 2014: Tentacle Kitty


Highlights included a first look at the Pirate Kitty prototype
Apr 23
// Natalie Kipper
Tentacle Kitty's booth at WonderCon was the place to be for fans of the universe's cutest tentacle monster and her buddies. The corner booth was lined with art prints and hanging Tentacle Kitty plushes. But, hidden amidst the...
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WonderCon 2014: Batman display


It may be a Batman display, but Tweeterhead's Catwoman steals the show
Apr 23
// Scarecroodle
Batman turns 75 this year and the caped crusader seems to have had a large birthday party at WonderCon, as several large display cases were devoted to Batman and his rogues. The cases held selections from DC Collectibles, Mob...

WonderCon 2014: Kotobukiya's Spring Preview panel, Part 2

Apr 22 // Natalie Kipper
Okay, so one pop culture/movie license snuck into the mix as well. If you took a peek at the slides already (and you should at some point), you know I am referring to the Freddy vs. Jason Bishoujo line. The gender-bent Freddy Krueger and her fem-Jason Voorhees counterpart (more images of her prototype were shown at the panel as well) will rely heavily on fan feedback for their line to continue. A good way to let Kotobukiya know you want more of these special ladies is to email them at questions[at]kotous.com. Alright, now we move on into comics stuff. Many of the slides speak for themselves but some have some footnotes that I want to share with you.  The Fine Arts Statue X-Force Brown Wolverine came about because fans requested it. Bishoujo Spider-Woman comes with an extra face, which can be stored underneath her base. Bishoujo Jubilee will be released after Bishoujo Spider-Woman. Two announcements were ArtFX+ Green Arrow and ArtFX+ Robin (Damian Wayne). Bishoujo Black Canary is not cancelled. The prototype that was shown at previous events had to be reworked. Kotobukiya also revealed the concept art for Bishoujo Batwoman. Thus ends our summary of Kotobukiya's Spring Preview 2014 panel. Be on the look out for more WonderCon coverage, right here on Tomopop!
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Featuring the comics portion
Now that you all have had a chance to read over Part One of our coverage of Kotobukiya's Spring Preview 2014 panel, let's move on to the second half. While the first portion jumped between several different fandoms, the majority of this one is all about comics, comics, and more comics. Read on and you'll see what I mean.

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WonderCon 2014

WonderCon 2014: So So Happy and Skelanimals


We even have a coupon code for those who missed the con!
Apr 21
// Natalie Kipper
The brands So So Happy and Skelanimals shared a booth at last weekend's WonderCon. It makes sense, of course, given that both are run by Brad Bailey. On the So So Happy side, there wasn't much new in terms of toys, although t...

WonderCon 2014: Kotobukiya's Spring Preview panel, Part 1

Apr 21 // Natalie Kipper
Firstly, it should be noted that this panel did not deal with any model kits or toys not destined to reach North American audiences. In other words, the toys shown will see the light of day outside Japan, at least in North America (I am not sure about Europe). The panel started off with talks of the exclusive toys for San Diego Comic Con and New York Comic-Con. SDCC will have two as yet unnamed pieces and NYCC will have one. More news will, of course, be revealed as those events draw closer. In the world of anime, we saw slides of Rage of Bahamut's Dark Angel Olivia and Sword Art Online's Leafa, both of which release next month, along with Fairy Dance Asuna, due out in October of this year. It was also revealed that Kotobukiya is currently working out the details for handling the Attack on Titan license. That news received a large amount of fanfare from the panel's audience. Moving on to the Star Wars universe, we confirmed that Bishoujo Mara Jade will have an interchangeable base, allowing it to bare the insignia of either the Rebel Alliance or the Galactic Empire. The next announcement was the ArtFX+ Sandtrooper Squad Leader two-pack and the ArtFX+ Sandtrooper Squad Sergeant single-pack. Both figure sets were on display at Kotobukiya's booth after the panel. The previously announced ArtFX+ Han Solo and Chewbacca two-pack will be followed by a two-pack of Luke and Leia. The four figures can be posed together. Next up was the realm of gaming, starting with the news that Kotobukiya would now be making figures of characters from the Halo series. Along with that reveal came images of the the first release in the line, ArtFX Master Chief. The figure will have limited posing capability and come packaged with rife and hand grenade accessories (which he will be able to hold). For the Street Fighter series, we saw additional pictures of Bishoujo Cammy (her base will be clear; not black like in the photo), set to release this September. Following her in the Street Fighter Bishoujo line will be Juri, which we saw concept art of. And for Tekken Tag Tournament 2, the next Bishoujo statue for that line will be Nina Williams. That's all for part one of the Kotobukiya Spring Preview 2014 panel. Part two will be coming up shortly. Look forward to it! 
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Covering the anime, Star Wars, and gaming portions
For a toy collector, if you only attended one panel at last weekend's WonderCon, it was Kotobukiya's Spring Preview. They had licensing announcements. They had prototypes. They had concept art a plenty. Heck, they even had a ...

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Pop Culture Shock

WonderCon 2014: Pop Culture Shock


It's like everything from my childhood all in one booth
Apr 20
// Brian Szabelski
If I told you that Pop Culture Shock's painted RoboCop statue was the first thing that caught my eye from WonderCon, would you be surprised? Or better yet, can you blame me? From the metallic finish to the tiniest details on ...
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House of Darkly

WonderCon 2014: House of Darkly


No werewolf candy corns this time, but still plenty of plush
Apr 20
// Brian Szabelski
WonderCon's smaller vendors included the always fun plushes of House of Darkly. The WonderKale was an event exclusive (WonderKale at WonderCon, get it?), and while it's not werewolf candy corn, the little cape and goofy smile...
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WonderCon 2014 Kotobukiya

WonderCon 2014: Kotobukiya


All of the Bishoujos, comics, and Star Wars stuff you love
Apr 20
// Tianxiao Ma
Kotobukiya didn't bring much (if anything) new to WonderCon, which is understandable as it's not a tentpole convention in the US. However our determined editor Natalie covered their booth all the same despite being sick as a ...
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Attendees can adopt two special edition Shelbuns and a even a Tiger Cub plush
Yukari of Flat Bonnie shared with us some exciting news for WonderCon attendees. That's right; it's the unveiling of her con-exclusive plushes! Flat Bonnie's booth #1570 will have two exclusive toys plus a perfectly prec...

Super7 is ready for WonderCon

Apr 17 // Kristina Pino
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No Little Prick colorway?!
WonderCon at Anaheim is just around the corner. It's this weekend (Friday, April 18th - Sunday, April 20th), actually, and Super7 updated their blog with what they're taking to the show. Check them out at Booth #1453 if you'r...

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Kuso Vinyl WonderCon

Kuso Vinyl has a trio of new releases for WonderCon


New Luckittypons and a dragon-styled Minicel among highlights
Apr 16
// Brian Szabelski
Kuso Vinyl will once again be at WonderCon Anaheim, and for this year's event, their exclusives come in a trio of choices. First, there's two Luckittypons for the event: the Inazuma version that looks like Pikachu, and the Ti...
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Oh, and a really cute elephant because elephants are awesome and stuff
WonderCon-exclusive toys continue to be announced, this time coming from BeeFy & Co.'s artist, Menh Voong. At BeeFy & Co.'s booth #1043, there will be two con-exclusvies. The first is the Jade Bad Bad Buddha - Sp...

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The full horror of the "Walking like Dead" line is revealed
Earlier this month, Alvin and Cheri Ong of Furry Feline Creatives teased fans with a short video hinting at their exclusive plushes which will be available for purchase at this week's WonderCon in Anaheim, California. Th...

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Four lovable characters show their "darker side"
This coming WonderCon, Alvin and Cheri Ong of Furry Feline Creatives will place four of their cuddly critters into gritty scenarios for our amusement. All told, staying up all night playing video games or oversleepi...

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With a bonus preview of her Emerald City Comic Con exclusive as well
WonderCon in Anaheim, California is coming up in less than a month and one of the burning questions on attendees' minds is, "what about the exclusives?" Thankfully, House of Darkly has given us the heads-up in regards to...

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WonderCon 2013: BeeFy & Co.


That's a whole lot of Bad Bad Buddhas
Apr 05
// Natalie Kipper
BeeFy and Co.'s booth over at last week's WonderCon was like a miniature art show, full of custom designer toys. The highlight of the booth was surely the collection of Beefy & Co.'s Bad Bad Buddha figures, which had been...
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WonderCon 2013: Hyperactive Monkey


Monkeys and Kung-fu, what more do you need?
Apr 03
// Rio McCarthy
Artist, Jerome Lu, was in attendance at the Hyperactive Monkey booth during WonderCon. He had a con-exclusive glow-in-the-dark Monkey Bank (US$80), as well as limited amounts of his SDCC 2012 exclusive Ebony Edition Master Ba...
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WonderCon 2013: Sebastien Millon


I wish I was as witty as this guy
Apr 03
// Natalie Kipper
I kid you not, I walked past Sebastien Millon's corner booth at WonderCon and was literally stopped in my tracks at the sight of his merchandise. I am not sure which caught my eye first: the herd of adorable plush bears of va...
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WonderCon 2013: Steam Crow


Daniel and Dawna Davis with monsters in tow!
Apr 03
// Rio McCarthy
Steam Crow was wonderfully in attendance at WonderCon with wares in tow. The KlawBerry plushies were there, which are super adorable, as well as Snappy Camera. The works of Daniel and Dawna Davis were so vivid and lively at t...
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WonderCon 2013: Kuso Vinyl


Customs and toys galore that are dripping with talent!
Apr 03
// Rio McCarthy
I had previously shown you Fuller's customs of Batman and Batgirl using Celsius and Revolver Girl, but those aren't the only customs that were in their full glory this weekend at WonderCon. There was also an incredible Spawn ...
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WonderCon 2013: Furry Feline Creatives


These plushes know how to rock!
Apr 02
// Natalie Kipper
Furry Feline Creatives always does an awesome job of arranging their booth to set the "stage" for their toys and WonderCon was no exception. Their exclusive plushes for the convention turned the kitties, Purridge and Rin...
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WonderCon 2013: Horndribbles


Adventure is out there!
Apr 02
// Natalie Kipper
While perusing Artist Alley over at WonderCon this past weekend, I spotted some colorful plushes from a fun, fictional world. They are the Horndribbles, friendly monsters from the aptly-named Horndribble Island. The plushes (...
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WonderCon 2013: Dynamite Rex


Hopefully not 65 million years in the making
Apr 02
// Brian Szabelski
Dynamite Rex showed up at WonderCon with some newly discovered species, most notably the sofubi Raaar! prototype. Yes, it's being made with soft vinyl from Japan and hopefully, should be around in time for release at San Dieg...
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WonderCon 2013: inki-Jinx


Handmade adorable creations!
Apr 02
// Vanessa Cubillo
Crabapple made it to WonderCon! We previously featured Crabapple when inki-Jinx's Shelly Rodriguez started a Kickstarter to fund the production of Crabapple plushes. The Kickstarter is now US$699 shy of its US$4,500 goal. Wit...
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WonderCon 2013: Skelanimals & So So Happy


Cute dead animals and bright fun colors!
Apr 02
// Vanessa Cubillo
For WonderCon, Skelanimals brought along their new Day of the Dead plushes. Available in three different characters, they were Diego the bat, Kit the cat, and Maxx the dog. Other items on display were their deluxe and DC supe...

WonderCon 2013: Kotobukiya

Mar 31 // Brian Szabelski
So here's what's in the booth that we saw: Revealed in the booth was the next ArtFX 1/6-scale figure from the DC New 52 universe, Deathstroke. Junnosuke Abe (a.k.a. RESTORE, creator of the impressive Debris Japanfigure) is the sculptor for this piece, so expect it to look awesome. Speaking of New 52, the new designs for Wonder Woman (who has paint on her) and Cyborg (who does not) were at the booth. They are July and August releases, respectively, so expect to see more before then at either MegaHobby Expo in May or San Diego Comic Con. The Star Wars business card holders are releasing in Q3 2013 with the Han Solo in Carbonite design appearing to be available in initially. Three other designs are in progress; we'll likely see more of them at SDCC, but they're C-3PO, Storm Trooper Helmet and Darth Vader-themed ones. Also on the Star Wars front, Boba Fett ice trays are coming next month. Looking forward to having a set for my kitchen. Naruto chopsticks? Yep, they're coming stateside in June. You can still pre-order them (Naruto, Sasuke, Minato) at Koto's U.S. shop.  Bishoujo Lili appeared at WonderCon with what looks like her new head sculpt, and the Bishoujo Xiaoyu artwork was there, too. Koto's ArtFX J Wolfwood was there ... as a picture of the final painted figure. Something tells me we're getting very close to seeing him as a painted figure at an event (probably at MegaHobby Expo). Also at the booth was Cupoche Amami Haruka; more on her in a bit here. This is the first time I've seen the finished Isaac Clarke Dead Space 3 figure and it looks super impressive in the photos. He's coming in May for US$139.99. In addition to their booth, Kotobukiya had a WonderCon panel where they revealed a few new figures on the way. More Than Just Reviews has both some photos and info from the panel, and here's what they reported: The Marvel Bishoujo line will continue with a new X-Force Psylocke. This will be 1/7-scale and I'm almost certain that means new sculpt, much like Black Widow got.  Also coming from the Marvel family are two companions to the Iron Man 3 Iron Man Mark XLII figure: Iron Patriot and War Machine, and all three should release in Q3 2013. Beyond Iron Man, the new Hulk Fine Art statue is coming in October, and all the Avengers will be ArtFX+ 1/10-scale releases.  Tekken Bishoujo news was what was expected: Xiaoyu and Jun Kazama are next. Nothing announced beyond those two officially. Kotobukiya has reaffirmed that Cupoche is indeed coming to the U.S., so yay for that. No new figure announcements here. On the Star Wars front, the previously announced Mara Jade Bishoujo figure is tentatively coming ... sometime in Q1 2014. We are still a ways off on that. On the other hand, the ArtFX+ line will add General Grievous to the line-up in 2013, and he's coming with multiple arms so you can pose him in whatever form you choose. Doesn't sound like we're getting a cape, though. Street Fighter Bishoujo news from the panel was that two more characters are coming, and that's all we know for now. Lots of choices to pick from, though Cammy and either Sakura or Ibuki seems like a safe bet from this Street Fighter fan. There's at least one more Mass Effect Bishoujo on the way but they weren't announcing who yet. Sorry, Tali fans; you'll have to wait a bit more to see if your dreams are coming true. Finally, we sandwich all the news with a big bunch of DC Comics info. The ArtFX+ line is adding the Batman: Arkham City designs to the series, as are several New 52 characters: Shazam in Q4 2013; Black Adam in  Q1 2014; and Supergirl at a to-be-announced date. Also coming to the ArtFX+ DC family will be some of the members of the New 52 Justice League, and Catwoman kicks things off in October for US$44.99 You'll be getting two new Superman statues: the For Tomorrow ArtFX is coming later this year, and there's a Man of Steel one in the works, too. And last but not least, the DC Bishoujo line will get a resculpt as well: the fantastic Wonder Woman Bishoujo is being remade with her armored version in 1/7-scale. This news pleases me greatly. Phew! That's a lot. So anything you're looking forward to?
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Koto drops an avalanche of news on Anaheim
This year's WonderCon was a rather big event for Kotobukiya. Not necessarily for what they had at their booth, but because what they announced at their WonderCon panel along with a few of the things they had at their booth. Long story short: the table has been set for a pretty big 2013 for Kotobukiya. After the jump, we'll go over all the big details, both from the booth and from the panel.

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WonderCon 2013: DC Collectibles


Men in tights
Mar 31
// Tianxiao Ma
DC Collectibles had, not surprisingly, a bunch of comic book figures on display at WonderCon. What I found most interesting were the figures for the upcoming Man of Steel movie. I'm kind of a Superman hater, but I have to adm...
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WonderCon 2013: Super7


Finally, all that Alien merchandise is revealed!
Mar 30
// Brian Szabelski
So what did Super7 have for WonderCon? Oh nothing besides all that Alien merchandise they were working on. That means both the retro cups and the retro figures based off the unproduced Kenner prototypes were at WonderCon in t...
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WonderCon 2013: Flat Bonnie


Miles and miles of stuffed little critters!
Mar 30
// Brian Szabelski
So, let's kick off our WonderCon 2013 coverage with a little bit of fluffy flatness: that is, the plush creations of Flat Bonnie. Of course, she had her two exclusives on hand, Shelbun and the Woolly Mammoth plush. But a...

The great exclusives round-up of WonderCon 2013

Mar 27 // Natalie Kipper
Dynamite Rex's Green & Red 3 inch Skeleton Double Cast figures (Booth 977) Our first toy doesn't actually come from the official WonderCon website but was rather revealed on Dynamite Rex's Facebook page. These 3-inch-tall works of art take on the Dynamite Rex mold and add a skeleton to the mix. Each piece is handmade by Mana Studios. You can snag one at the price of US$50 each. It should be noted that some of these may be potentially be available post-con to those unable to attend. The price will be higher (US$55) but, if you are interested, you should email info@dynamiterex.com as soon as possible to secure your figure. The edition size wasn't mentioned but, given that these are handmade, I can't imagine there are very many in existence. Kuso Vinyl's Chrome & Gold Mictlan, Batman & Batgirl, and Luckitty Pon Gold Edition (Booth 1176) Of the the five exclusive releases taking place over at Kuso Vinyl's booth, we have previously covered three of them. So, let's start with the two new ones: the Chrome and Gold Mictlan resin figures, made by Jesse Hernandez. Both the chrome and gold effects are achieved via electro-plating. The Chrome edition will be released on Friday, March 29, and the Gold one will be released Saturday, March 30. Jesse will be available to sign the figures on Saturday at 11 a.m. Each edition will retail for US$130 per figure and be limited to 15 pieces.  The next two exclusives, Fuller Design's Batman and Batgirl, are more like custom versions of Rotobox's Celsius and Revolver Girl figures. There are only one of each design in existence. The pricing wasn't mentioned, unfortunately.  The final exclusive figure for the Kuso Vinyl booth is Rotobox's Luckitty Pon Gold Edition. Limited to 200 pieces worldwide, this rotund feline will only set you back US$11. Pretty affordable, if you ask me, which is fitting as Gold Lucky Cats represent great wealth and prosperity in Japanese culture.  BAIT's Blue Jaguar Knight and Deathshead figures (Booth 1153) Jesse Hernandez also made one of BAIT's exclusive vinyl figures, the Blue Jaguar Knight. Limited to 45 pieces, this fierce warrior costs US$120 each. The tribal patterns against the varying shades of blue are quite eye-catching, aren't they? David Flores provides BAIT with its second exclusive, the Deathshead figure. This hybrid of a skeleton and Mickey Mouse costs US$100 and is limited to 30 pieces. Super 7's Midnight Snack Milton, Happy Cola Mummy Boy, and Glowing Frost Rose Vampire figures (Booth 1166) Each of the three Super7 exclusives are 3 inches tall and cost US$25 each. Midnight Snack Milton is a glow-in-the-dark, anthropomorphic ice cream cone. I love the color scheme on this one. Plus, he's just so cute! Happy Cola Mummy Boy is made to be reminiscent of those gummy cola bottles by Haribo. He is even translucent and squishy, just like the candy! The toy's header card is also inspired by the Japanese confection. Glowing Frost Rose Vampire is another GID figure for Super 7. With such a, well, frosty color scheme, you can see where this toy gets its name.  Furry Feline Creatives' Fury Felines MEOW plush set (Booth 1181) These handmade plush sets from Alvin and Cheri Ong of Furry Feline Creatives will be limited to 9 pairs, costing US$99 each. More details can be found on the sets' previous post. Dekorner's Can of Worms Gray Version (Booth 1179) The Gray Version of Andrew Bell's adorable Can of Worms will cost US$50 for one of its 100 pieces. You can read more about this macabre colorway on this toy's original post.  DC Entertainment's Aardman Batman & Robin figure 2-pack and Guy Gardner & Larfleeze figure 2-pack (Booth 1001) The Aardman Batman and Robin figure 2-pack is just what it sounds like: a figure set of Batman and the Boy Wonder done up in traditional Aardman style (think Wallace and Gromit). The rather humorous-looking duo will retail for US$39.95 with only 2,000 pieces made. The Guy Gardner and Larfleeze figure 2-pack was covered previously. But to sum up, this exclusive will actually be avaialable at C2E2 as well as WonderCon. The set will cost US$29.95 and be limited to 5,000 pieces.  Flat Bonnie's Shelbun and Woolly Mammoth plush (Booth 1076) Both of Flat Bonnie's WonderCon exclusive plushes were covered in a previous post. For those who don't recall, here is a brief summary. The 12-inch Shelbun will be limited to 20 pieces and cost US$25 each. Retailing for US$60, Woolly Mammoth is limited to 10 pieces and is 13 inches tall. All of Bonnie's plushes are handmade. So, that is our list of WonderCon exclusive toys. Did something sneak past us? Post it in the comments!
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Come and see what you can't get anywhere else!
WonderCon is almost upon us and the official list of exclusive merchandise has been posted. Over the past week or so, we have been revealing exclusive toys one by one but now we're going to open the flood gates. Not only will...

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Visit her at Wondercon booth 1076
Last week, we revealed teaser photos of Flat Bonnie's WonderCon exclusive plushes. I am pleased to say that we now not only have more information on both Shelbun (seen in the header) and Woolly Mammoth, but better pictures as...

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The Gray Version can be found at Wondercon
Wondercon recently released a list of the exclusives that will be available to con-goers. One of the list's highlights for vinyl collectors is sure to be the Gray Version of Andrew Bell's delightful Can of Worms (previou...


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