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Jul 16, 2016

Rotofugi + squibbles ink and Friends at SDCC 2016


Here we have another wave of goodies Rotofugi has planned for this years SDCC 2016. To start things off let’s take a look at Kozik’s Strawberry & Chocolate Smorkin’ Monger Jerome figures that will be making a debut release. Each figure stands 4” tall and features articulation in the cone with removable smork accessory. These will be available at the booth #5248 for $17.

From Grumble Toy comes Chubby Tough, which is made from Japanese vinyl and stands 3.5” tall. This clear pink edition is limited to only 10 pieces and will first be available at the booth with leftovers going online after the show for $40.

It’s no SDCC without a visit to the Rotofugi booth from Mark Nagata. He will be bringing four one-off customs, including a clear Eyezon with guts for $435, the newer style custom Kaiju Eyzon for $350, a GID Saikobi for $375 and  mini Kaiju Tripus for $135.

We are happy to see Rumble Monsters getting in on the SDCC with some one-off customs including King Bop Dragons and Bop Dragons. Each retailing for $195. There will also be an assortment of one-off Baby Bop dragons for $65.

Ayako Takagi will be sending along her Sogno Marbled Uamou figures, which are limited to 25 pieces with each piece being unique from one another. There will also be a mix of Red eyes and GID eyes, which will cost you $40 each.

Last but not least (for now) are the Toasted Mini Marshalls by 64Colors. These were produced by Squibbles Ink + Rotofugi and are all hand painted, making them all unique. They will be available in both a Surprised version and Joy version at $11 a piece.

The cool thing about most of these releases is that they will be available online during the event or shortly after for those who cannot attend! Stay tuned for more exclusives.

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