ThreeA News: New Dropcloth 1.5U drops tonight, plus more

Nov 13 // Brian Szabelski    @brianszabelski

Teasers for Kenny Wong's Seamonkey, AK Johan appear

Another week sees another release from the folks at ThreeA Toys, and this week in the Bambaland store, you'll be able to pick up the Peace Day Parade Guard Dropcloth 1.5U. Painted in lots and lots of pink and white, the Peace Day Parade Guard Dropcloth 1.5U comes with an automatic shotgun, meathack and two pistols. It'll be on sale for US$130 in the Bambaland Store at 9 a.m. Hong Kong Time Wednesday (that's now 8 p.m. today Eastern, 5 p.m. today Pacific and 1 a.m. Wednesday GMT). There's also a teaser posted for the DIY Ghost Dropcloth 1.5, which should also be dropping (probably as a 3AA exclusive) for US$130.

In the future releases department, teasers have appeared for Kenny Wong's 1/12-scale Seamonkey, and it looks like it's going to have quite a bit of LED illumination! Should be interesting to see when it's completed. We also have an in-card teaser shot of the upcoming Adventure Kartel Johan figure, set to release later this month.

[via Gimbat's news thread at the ThreeA forums]

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