Posted by Erica June 08, 2012

Menh Voong aka BeeFy, Owner of BeeFy & Co. has just sent over some photos of their first vinyl toy, Bad Bad Buddha. There will be 4 colorways of this 7" figure, and i must have ALL OF THEM! Here's some background info on the character.

"BaD BaD Buddha is one bad ass Deity! The baddest of them all!

Just don’t mess with the BADASSNESS!

Unless you’re offering him a drink of 99% ALC.!

So if you want some of HIS BADASSNESS SWAGGER!

JUST RUB HIS POT BELLY!

It’s considered GOOD LUCK if he PUNCHES you in the FACE!

The Original Edition = 250 pcs

The Stone Edition = 150 pcs

The Kuso Vinyl Exclusive Wooden Edition, edition size TBA

and lastly the The Gold Edition that will be released at WonderCon 2012, Edition size = 100 pcs

These Figures come with... 

  • A Fist FULL of BLOOD from PUNCHING YOU IN THE FACE!
  • A 99% ALC. GOURD!
  • An Old School CHINESE BAMBOO PIPE!

I fucking love this buddha thing! They will be available in the Fall of 2012 and are said to go for around $90.  Be sure pay a visit to Kuso Vinyl's Booth @ SDCC to get a sneak peak of the Bad Bad Buddha.

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