23 August 2012

The massive "Kaiju Zango," a monstrous mite ready to battle the most fearsome foes, is almost a full two pounds of sofubi goodness. Currently offered in only unpainted brown or...

15 August 2012

The iconic Super7 mascot, Mummy Boy, has gotten a slight makeover by original creator ...

09 August 2012

Premiere Japanese sofubi kaiju creators Secret Base teamed up with UK design maven Scary Andy of...

04 July 2012

The highly anticipated Young Gohst collaboration between Ferg and Luke "Grody...

02 July 2012

We have some news in from Japanese based Goccodo! First up "Mutant Bearos" is a collaboration between REALHEAD and GOCCODO, and is set to be released at the...

26 June 2012

Rampage is taking pre-orders for the first release of the...

06 June 2012

Preparations for the ...

21 April 2012

Abe "Restore" Junnosuke has revisited his 2009 released resin mini-figure design Kingdom Mind, remodeling it as a massive 9.44" tall sofubi and...

23 August 2012

Fuei Shokai debuted on the scene last year during Super Festival 57,...

14 August 2012

San Francisco-based artist Mark Nagata, the owner of Max Toy Co, recently hand-sprayed one of his...

11 July 2012

Check out Monstrehero's latest collab with sofubi master REAL HEAD titled LEECHFACE. The Leechface figure is a...

02 July 2012

Meet Cometdebris' Kappa Shonen. Cometdebris hasn't given a release date or...

02 July 2012

Check out Gary Ham's first EVER Sofubi Toy!!! The Wooper Looper will be seeing his first release at none other than SDCC 2012!!! This figure was...

10 June 2012

Rampage has  a lot going on these days. He is doing another RAMPAGE x UAMOU and the wax prototypes for...

30 April 2012

The long-awaited "Young Gohst" collaboration between Ferg & ...

22 December 2011

Cometdebris is super stoked to announce the release of the first full color, soft vinyl Sametan. What makes the Sametan so unique is that it consists of two different colors, a smokey gray colored...

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