Posted by Trustpigs April 30, 2012

The long-awaited "Young Gohst" collaboration between Ferg & Grody Shogun is here; or, at least, the pre-paid subscription to get your copies is. From now until May 5th, 5PM Pacific Time, you can order a subscription for 13 "Young Gohst" pieces at the price of $285 (U.S. shipping included, internation shipping an addition $70). Those who order will receive, starting in 2 to 3 months, two of the figures per month for six months, with three pieces shipping in the final month. If there's no way for you to fit that cost in your budget, then you can order a two piece set for $58: the clear yellow body with black brain & the clear body with glow-in-the-dark brain. All the other color combinations are exclusive to this subscription.

These 3" tall sofubi (soft Japanese vinyl) figures have a removable skullcap, which allows the owner to pluck out and exchange the brains between figures. While the color of the body and brain in each combination is set, there are four different brain molds that will be used randomly. If you're interested in ordering a set or two, you can do so exclusively from Lulubell Toys.

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