Posted by Miranda September 26, 2017
NYCC 17 EXCLUSIVE: King Korpse Halloween Blank

The 2017 Designer Toy Award's TOY OF THE YEAR! Designed by James Groman and produced by Japanese masters Instinctoys, this 12" soft vinyl goliath is set to destroy New York Comic Con!

Limited to 50 pcs worldwide total, there are only 25 pieces available in the United States exclusively through Clutter at NYCC, for $400 per piece! 

The newest King Korpse features the Roaring face sculpt and comes paired with an unpainted black skeleton woman. Photographs don't do the Vibrant Fluorescent Orange Soft Vinyl justice! You'll have to see it to believe it!

These will be sold via lottery system on Thursday and Friday, with any remainder available first come first serve for the rest of the weekend. Tickets will be given out from 11 am to 1 pm on both days with sales drawn at 1:30 pm. Limited to 1 per person.

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CLUTTER_NYCC_KINGKORPSE_nl.jpg, by Miranda
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CLUTTER_NYCC_KINGKORPSE-(8).jpg, by Miranda

To view all of our NYCC 2017 releases check out our store page here. 

 

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