Posted by Trustpigs July 04, 2012

It looks like the previous mentioned Suckator figure The Toy Whose Name We Shall Not Speak was only the tip of the Sucklord's 2012 San Diego Comic-Con exclusives iceberg, as he will have a bevy of new figures available from DKE Toys' Booth #4728 as well as elsewhere.

The Gay Energon: Roddimus Pride figure will be release at the same time as the Suckator: Friday, July 13th at 11AM at the DKE Toys Booth #4728 with the Sucklord himself on-hand for signing. Roddimus Pride is a Transformers-inspired parody that touts that it "changes from a gay car to a gay robot and back," these resin figures on custom backing boards are limited to an edition of 40 copies that will cost $125 each.


Going on sale at the same time and place as the new Suckator version and the Gay Energon piece, Gay Enterprise is a two-figure pack that is sure to make all the Spock and Kirk 'slash fiction' writers out there go nuts. Limited to a mere 40 copies of this resin cast duo with original backing board, this Star Trek parody will set you back $150.


While she might not exactly be like her Peanuts counterpart Peppermint Patty, we're guessing that Licorice Leslie does share a certain sexual ambiguity… This wonderful resin piece will be available on SDCC Preview Night (Wednesday, July 11th) at DKE Toys' Booth #4728. Limited to 70 copies, these gals will set you back a mere $45 each.


In the completely unofficial department, Sucklord has strongly implied that these resin cast versions of his Dunny Series 2012 case exclusive figure will be available for sale directly from him throughout the convention. These were last scene at the Kidrobot New York trading party, which Sucklord was in attendance for, and they cost $40 then…


And last but certainly not least, we have this pair of Sucklord x L'Amour Supreme Bootleg Party Packs. These mash-up packages feature a trio of odd characters by Sucklord on an original piece of art by L'Amour Supreme as the backing board. No indication of pricing has been made, but we're guessing these fantastic one-offs won't come cheap…

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