Jul 06, 2017

Super7 Teases and Unveils More SDCC Releases!


Let’s start with a couple of Super7’s reveals before we get into their teasers! First up is their debut release of their Heavy Metal collaborative figure from the mind of Jack Kirby himself. Super7 is happy to bring to you their SDCC exclusive Lord of Light figure. Their exclusive features a special black and gold variant on matching card. 

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Super7’s original line of action figures make it to M.U.S.C.L.E. form! Sculpted by the talented SerisouslySillyK, these figures will be available in both blue and green. We have a feeling we may see more of the Worst at SDCC, as well as M.U.S.C.L.E. figures! All of which can be found at their booth #4945.

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Now onto their teasers! One of which is a big surprise, as we notice Super7 now have a special collaboration with the musical duo, UNKLE. We also know UNKLE for their design by the legendary Futura, which is one of the most popular toys from the early era of urban vinyl toys. What could their collaboration with Super7 bring? ReAction Figures? M.U.S.C.L.E. Figures? Japanese Soft Vinyl? We shall wait and see!

From their Masters of the Universe side of things, it looks like the Skeletor’s Lair will be well stocked with goodies with what looks like a 3.75” style Battle Armor Skeletor and a collectors case?!

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Jul 04, 2017

Super 7 at SDCC – Teasers and Dual Pop-Ups

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Super7 has begun to slowly unveil its hand for SDCC 2017. As is now tradition, Super7 will release product at their SDCC booth proper as well as at pop-up events held at their San Diego store.  In addition to the ever-popular Skeletor’s Lair (Wed-Fri, 7.21-7.23) focusing on S7 x MOTU toys and merch, the store will also host a mystery pop-up (Sat-Sun, 7.24-7.25). 

Since we’re still several weeks out, S7 is teasing their numerous SDCC drops and exclusives.  Take a look below for all that’s been (partially) revealed so far.   It looks like there’s a generous serving of Alien product on the menu from new editions of the Alien Queen and Power Loader toys (above) to what appears to be an intriguing vacuform Alien head.  There’s also a few other teases that we aren’t quite sure what to make of yet.  And yes, if you’re curious, turning up the brightness on the dark teasers reveals more info—an exercise we’ll leave to enquiring minds.

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Jul 01, 2017

Luke Chueh x Munky King –Headspace White Set at SDCC 2017


Oooh. First there was the Farther Black Set (Vader), now Luke Chueh and Munky King will soon bless us with the Headspace White Set featuring both Stormtrooper and  white Boba Fett heads! This one drops first at SDCC 2017, however it sounds like it will also be available online (phew!).   The sexy background of the teaser shot, has our fingers crossed that Bill McMullen’s Superstar Destroyer is dropping soon too.

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Jun 30, 2017

Hyperactive Monkey – SDCC 2017 Releases


Jerome Lu has several new releases lined up for SDCC 2017.  On the toy front, Jerome will debut the Nike Kicks x Transformers x Hyperactive Monkey Ice Cream Truck vinyl ($50) featuring a new design incorporating the sneaker shop’s Ice Cream Truck into the Transformers world.  The officially licensed figure stands 7” tall and has five points of articulation (head, arms and legs).  Pretty cool.   He will also release the NightOps Mechannita ($10) complete with 5x7” print in a bagged and carded offering.

If you’re looking to even out your collecting habits, the Ninja Monkey Day’s Out Print set ($5) featuring four 5x7” Ninja Monkey prints showcasing the stealthy primate’s action-packed day (and night) might be just the thing.

All of Jerome’s SDCC goodies will be available at the Hyperactive Monkey booth [#5640].


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Chris Ryniak x Cardboard Spaceship – SDCC 2017 Slumberguppy

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Cardboard Spaceship will release a special Slumberguppy at SDCC 2017 from Chris Ryniak.  The final edition of the blissful Thimblestump Hollow series features a pink design with orange and off-white accents (GID?).  The sleepy one will be available for $15 from the Cardboard Spaceship booth [#5638]

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Touma x Bandai – SDCC Exclusive Black and Gold Mighty Morphin Megazord


Bandai’s Tokyo Vinyl has teamed up once again with Touma on a new Megazord for San Diego Comic-Con.  The SDCC Exclusive Black and Gold Mighty Morphin Megazord will be available at the Bandai America booth [#3535] for $60.  This is a follow-up to Touma’s Dino Megazord which debuted at NYCC 2016.

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Jun 21, 2017

Gunnzo Presents: Paul Kaiju, Rampage Toys and Bwana Spoons in "Summer Slime" (07.22)


Paul Kaiju is yet again continuing on the tradition of an off-site event during San Diego Coimc-Con. Hosted by Gunnzo in Old Town, Bwana Spoons also returns for the special event, along with Rampage Toys for "Summer Slime". The event will take place on Saturday, July 22nd with free raffle tickets being distributed at 6PM. Raffle tickets will then be called at 730PM, which in the mean time you can enjoy some tacos and refreshments! The event will take place at the same venue as the previous years, just so there is no confusion with Gunnzo's new store location.

2445 Juan St
San Diego, CA 92110

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Jun 08, 2017

Juan Muniz x 3DRetro – SDCC GID Smile

It’s beginning to be that time again. SDCC is about a month and a half away and news of release plans is starting to flow, including the word that Juan Muniz and 3DRetro will release a GID Smile vinyl at Comic-Con.  Limited to 150 pieces, the SDCC exclusive  glow bunny will be available from Juan’s booth [#5139].


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