Posted by marc March 31, 2016
New Kidrobot Toys

Kidrobot have been killing it recently, revealing projects with artists new to the brand like Sekure D, Dolly Oblong, and Shiffa, as well as bringing back the classics like Travis Cain. You can now pre-order a bunch of these toys at myplasticheart. One constantly requested item is the 7 inch Simpsons Mr. Sparkle, which will run a very reasonable $50. Shiffa's Trikky that was recently revealed is actually an 8 inch figure, ringing in at $70 and shipping out in August. Jason Freeny's Anatomical Wabbit is up for $65 and Frank Frazetta and Frank Kozik's Labbit the Barbarian will be $100. As for the stuff I'll be picking up, Dolly Oblong's 5 inch Dunny will run $35 and Travis Cain's BFF Series 3 blindboxes will cost $10 each, both launching in August. Check out all of these and more over at MPH!

Check out our in-person preview of a bunch of these products here | See more Kidrobot news here


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