Posted by kristina March 29, 2016
Kozik x Kidrobot General Tso's Nightmare Release Party

What happens when you put a dark twist to a recognized fried chicken mascot? You get General Tso's Nightmare, the latest creation from Frank Kozik and Kidrobot! This figure stands at 11 inches and comes with interchangeable heads and accessories so you can create your own spooky nightmare.

To officially launch this new addition to Kidrobot, 3D Retro will be hosting a party in late April. Kozik himself will also be in attendance to sign this latest release. There will be giveaways, door prices, and Kidrobot.com exclusive colorways available at the party. And yes, there will be fried chicken available at the party!

General Tso's Nightmare goes on sale at Kidrobot.com and store on April 29, 2016, at 9 AM MST for $75 each. If you're in the area be sure to come to 3D Retro on Apil 29 at 7 PM for the party! 

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