Initially released in prototype form at New York Comic Con, The Disarticulators proudly announced that their sofubi Oozeball will finally be available to preorder this week! A follow-up to last years hugely popular keshi-ball release, the DA’s Tru:Tek has completely redesigned the figure from the ground up for the new medium, opting for a more organic, Ooze-It like face, paper clay-style textures and the pièce de résistance… a hidden face inspired by Georges Méliès iconic 1902 silent movie, Le Voyage dans la Lune! Beautifully sculpted by none other than Zectron, the 2-part design has been upscaled from the original 2″ diameter to little over 3″- making it both more in-keeping with the classic Madball scale, and, more interestingly, compatible with a wide variety of mid-sized kaiju with the capped base removed... Currently undergoing wax prototyping over in Japan, the figure is set to be produced in a super-squishy soft vinyl mirroring the original Ooze-It doll, with this first "OG" release coming in an unpainted, pantone perfect deep green (artist interpretation subject to change). Up for preorder in the Man-E-Toys store for a month starting this Friday, October 24th at 9pm GMT until Monday, November 24th, the OG sofubi Oozeball has been priced at just $50 shipped worldwide. ETA for the figure has been set for late January/early February 2015... And this might be your one and only chance at bagging the figure, as all future runs will be super-limited exclusives so be sure to snag one whilst they're readily available!
Monday, February 4, 2019 - 10:16amThe result of an awesome collaboration between American Gross and Nicholas Fung, these hand-dyed sofubi monsters are as gruesome as they are beautiful.
Wednesday, October 3, 2018 - 11:04pmWe are excited to be releasing the first run of hand-painted Penetrator-X figures, hand painted by American Gross!
Wednesday, September 26, 2018 - 8:00amFive Points Festival Fall exclusive drops from some of your favorite sofubi and vinyl artists!! including special releases from: Mutant Vinyl Hardcore, Kikkake Toys, Rampage Toys, and more. Art, toys, and beer, what could go wrong?!