The end is near in Kidrobot's newest Dunny series - tomopop

The end is near in Kidrobot's newest Dunny series

12:00 PM on 10.26.2012

Brian Szabelski


Dunny Apocalypse Series coming on Nov. 8

Since the world is going to suddenly blow up in a few weeks according to the Mayans, we might as go out with a bang, right? Okay, even if that's not true, the folks at Kidrobot seem to have a sense of humor, as their next Dunny series release in 2012 is the Dunny Apocalypse Series!

The series of blind-boxed Dunnys features 15 designs from 12 artists, including Jon Paul Kaiser, Mishka, Jermaine Rogers, Jesse Hernandez, Sam Fout, Joe Ledbetter, Ron English, Huck Gee, Patricio Oliver, Chris Ryniak, Hydro74, and Kronk. All 15 designs are apocalypse-themed, ranging from Joe Ledbetter's Dunny on a soapbox with his sign, to Jon Paul Kaiser's angel of death and Huck Gee's Road Warrior-inspired Dunny. There's some nice looking designs in this batch, I think.

If you want to pick one up, they'll be releasing Nov. 8 at the usual Dunny series price (US$9.95, £7.90, €9.20) anywhere you'd usually find Dunny releases: Kidrobot stores, and local retailers. Got a favorite look from this batch of releases?



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