Posted by Trustpigs May 02, 2012

There are couple of things you can be guaranteed in life: death, taxes, and a yearly leak of Kidrobot's new Dunny series… speaking of which, a picture of a 15 piece 3" Dunny 2012 Series has been leaked, though there is no confirmation that it is official. Assuming that it is accurate, here's what it shows:

Top row: Triclops Studio (2:20), Pac23(2:20), Tara McPherson (2:20), MAD (2:20), and Jeremiah Ketner (3:40).

Middle row: D. Ross "Scribe" (3:40), Andrew Bell (1:40), Sergio Mancini (2:20), Attaboy (1:40), and Nakanari (1:40).

Bottom row: Two pieces by Mauro Gatti (3:40 each), Kronk (?/??), Junko Mizuno (?/??), and the Jon-Paul Kaiser mystery figure (2/20).

As you can see, there appear to be more unique sculptural elements to these Dunnys, especially that long-necked Scribe piece. And assuming the standard case remains 20 figures in size, that means — based on the ratios — that you have no guarantee of getting quite a few of the pieces in a case. We will, of course, keep you informed of official information as it is revealed.



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