Friday, July 20, 2007

STRANGEco @ Comic Con

The self-proclaimed purveyors of the peculiar will once again be at Comic Con right-smack-dab in my most favorite section: the Toy Grower's Cultyard. This time around, they're going to be showcasing some products due out later on in the year and bringing tons of sweet SDCC exclusives and special editions from the likes of Dean Bradley, Bob Dob, James Jarvis, Nathan Jurevicius, Superdeux, The Vivisect Playset, Jim Woodring, and Tokidoki.

Don't forget to bring your notebooks and Sharpies for the signings!

Thursday: Simone Legno (Tokidoki) - 12:00 - 1:30

Friday: Dean Bradley - 12:00 - 1:00

Saturday: Bob Dob - 12:00 - 1:00

And for your viewing please, here's a taste of what's to come . . .

Luey - Grayscale Edition by Bob Dob:

This is a SDCC exclusive and limited to 100 pieces. These little dudes are supposed to be members of Satan's messenger service. Hmm, hell can't be that bad if they have milk, right? (Kidding of course)

Mr. Bumper - Grayscale Edition by Jim Woodring:

Woodring's Frog Boss returns in it's final colorway and is limited to 100 pieces.

Shikito - Glow Edition by Superdeux:

This cute little poopy is limited to just 50 turds . . . I mean pieces.

This special mini figure is packed with Arkski, the next release from the Minitreehouse line. There are five color versions of this SDCC exclusive toy and if you get the special Platinum color, you win a prize!

Adios & Ciao Ciao SDCC Exclusive by Tokidoki
It's so exclusive, they won't let us know what they look like! Could it be in a black and white colorway like last year's Moofia?! We're all going to just have to wait a week and find out, won't we? :P

If that didn't leave you hanging, then these just might:
A mystery robot by Dean Bradley . . . with an ax?
He looks like Humpty Dumpty to me. What do you think?

The Vivisect Playset: "Ledkins" by Joe Ledbetter and Craig Simkins:
No word on how many pieces of this metallic bad boy they'll have on hand, but at least we know what it looks like :)

[All photos courtesy of STRANGEco]

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