Posted by Richie January 30, 2012


For all you Kaiju fanatics out there: Max Toy Company have finally received shipment of their new line up! Introducing Negora and Lady darkness.

Firstly we have the Max Toy x Konatsu Kaiju Negora. Just so you know Negora comes with the Big Fish supplement! Previous incarnated colorways have sold out quickly; it's definitely a dynamic looking little tom cat in this orange and brown livery. This one will undoubtedly be no different and although there's apparently a large supply, we're told that if supplies dwindle too quickly then Negora may be limited to one per customer. It's worth keeping an eye open if you missed this sculpt before and intend on landing one of these.

Second in line, the USA debut release of the twin sculpts of Lady Darkness. She can come in either masked or face variants. She comes in at 4" tall and we're told that they have fewer face variants than the masked ones so if you do decide to purchase, state which one you want or even both if you have that streak of collectomania within you.

Kaiju Negora will cost you $40 each and Lady Darkness comes at $35 each.

Go over to Max Toy if you fancy bagging one of these for your collection.



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