Sunday March 31st Tenacious toys will be doing a simultaneous release of two Exclusive Colorways of the Resin KiD iNK iNDUSTRiES Sumo Trooper on two different websites as a part of their Super Series Sundays!! The Sumo Trooper is a 3-inch tall resin figure created by Kris Dulfer each sold in sealed blind bags. The price for a Sumo Trooper on each website will be $30 + shipping.
"We're really excited about this Super Series Sundays release because it's the first time we will be enlisting another website- Hazarai- in the release of a toy," said Benny Kline, owner of Tenacious Toysâ¢. "Hazarai is a geek-centric ecommerce platform, so it's the perfect partner to co-release Kris' Star Wars-themed resin figure."
The Sumo Trooper has been cast in two main colorways: Tenacious Blue and Hazarai Red. The Blue Sumo Troopers will be available exclusively on the Tenacious Toysâ¢ Super Series Sundays page, and the Red Sumo Troopers will be available exclusively in the KiD iNK Hazarai shop.
To spice things up, Kris has created chases for each site: there's one Golden Ticket hidden in one of the 15 Hazarai Red Sumo Troopers, and some glow in the dark figures, a few handpainted chases and another Golden Ticket hidden amongst the 25 Blue Tenacious Toys figures.
Figures on each website will be sold blind, so the chases and Golden Tickets will be hidden amongst the orders, mystery-box style.
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