Posted by Ho August 13, 2008

 First up is Dunny Series 5, 19 dunnys in total with collabs including Amanda Visell (far right), Aya Kakeda, Clutter, Devilrobots, Dirty Donny, Frank Kozik (far left), Huck Gee, JMGS//Jellymoon, Jesse LeDoux, JK5, Junko Mizuno, Kathie Olivas, MAD, Mad Barbarians, MISHKA, Reach, Sneaky Raccoon, Steven Harrington, TOOFLY!

The 600 golden tickets hidden in the special boxes will allow lucky holders to redeem a 3" Huck Gee dunny! Shakey wants one already without any idea what it is!! I'm looking forward to the Devilrobots and Junko but must admit that the Mecha Dunny on the left by Kozik is kinda cool.


Next are new 10" Smorking Labbits in red, purple and a limited edition teal! Even my sister wants a smoking rabbit even though she has no clue about vinyl toys!

Last but not least is UK's doodlestar Jon Burgerman's 'The Heroes of Burgertown'. Proto's have been blogged previously and this series features 16 vinyl figures and 2 chases! Multicoloured goodness!


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