Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Kidrobot SDCC 2012 Exclusives & Signings

                            Day 1 – Thursday, July 12

SDCC Exclusive – Cyborg 7-inch Labbit Excelsior Edition

Signing By Chuckboy, 12-2pm

Only 300 survived the mutation, but that’s why Labbits boink like they do – to survive!  With a sudden cigarette shortage, it was time to take drastic and evolutionary action.  Enter sexy technology, boasting the ability to smork non-stop without wasting time trying to light up without opposable thumbs.  After one sweaty night at the Silicon Valley Motel, the Cyborg Labbit Excelsiors were born. 7-inch vinyl labbits with a tip that never cools, and a butthole that’s always charged – now that’s a hybrid. NYC-based artist Chuckboy upgrades Kozik’s iconic labbit, making it better, faster, and smorkier July 12 exclusively at San Diego Comic Con 2012 for $75.

                            Day 2 – Friday, July 13

SDCC Exclusive – Skullslinger Tuco Edition

Signing by Huck Gee, 12-2pm

Tuco crashes through a window, covered in the blood of two men. Ruthless and winged, this 11-inch vinyl Skullslinger is tall, dark, and deadly. Constantly confronted with death, Tuco walks the edge, always one foot from the grave.
Limited to 300 worldwide, Tuco draws his guns July 13, retailing for $100 and available exclusively at San Diego Comic Con 2012, Kidrobot Booth #4529

                            Day 3 – Saturday, July 14

SDCC Exclusive – Mahākāla Dunny Prosperity Edition

Signing by Andrew Bell, 12-2pm

Dunny-sattvas take wrathful form when a gentler approach is not effective.
Seemingly demonic, the Mahākāla deity is a stern protector. With his trident, he fights the poisons that blind – pride, lust, greed, and ignorance – and destroys those that hinder the knowledge of enlightenment. He has four arms, three eyes, and one fiery crown. Some compare him to death; others hail him as a glorious guard.  All know him to be fierce.
The 8-inch Mahākāla Dunny by Andrew Bell – wrathful in name, and protective in nature – is inspired by the Mahākāla character, ever present in ceremonies throughout the Himalayan region, originating with ancient Indian and Nepalese culture.  Prosperity Edition is limited to 300 pieces, and rules with a trident accessory, extra set of articulated arms, and removable Dunny skull belt. Set to release at Kidrobot Booth #4529 at San Diego Comic Con for $100.

Original posting from Kidrobot.

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