Lulubell Toys has announced that this month's Shooting Blanks offering is Grody Shogun's Ojisan in GID vinyl. Shooting Blanks is a one week, open run pre-order which is made to order. It starts this Wednesday, November 16th 2011 at Noon Pacific and runs through Tuesday, November 22nd 2011 at Noon Pacific. Ojisan stands 4" tall and is articulated at the neck and arms. Pick one up for $20.00 each.
Lulubell Toys and Kaiju Korner have announced the release of Grody Shogun's newest figure: Monster Kara. The bodies are all the same, but the heads and arms will be randomly selected from six different heads and six different arms. Every figure will come with an awesome print by Kaiju Korner's Irene Fu.
The sale will launch on Kaiju Korner on October 18th 2011 at 2:00PM Tokyo time (1AM ET) and last 24 hours. Unpainted figures will be $28.00, with painted figures running $33.00.
Lulubell is proud to present the next original figure release from Grody Shogun - the Ensorcelled Man. The figure has been painted and sculpted by Lulu's very own Luke Rook in Tokyo. Ensorcelled Man stands in at approximately 8" tall and has nine points of articulation.
This first US release is made with black and GID vinyl. The figure will be sold in both painted and unpainted versions. The painted versions will sell for $50.00, while the unpainted EMs will go for $45.00. Pre-orders begin on Friday, September 23rd 2011 at Noon PT and is open through Monday, September 26th 2011 at 10:00AM PT.
Lulubell is proud to announce that they have added Whistling Pony Toys to their lineup of artists. Stephen Singer, who formed Whistling Pony, primarily works in resin. Whistling Pony’s first release, the Death Light Monster or ‘DLM’, was produced in an initial run of 20 rotocast resin pieces and is now available at Lulubell Toys. There are currently four versions in stock (The Pollock Splatterhouse, Swamp Dog, Sunset Gold, and Velvet Hammer), priced at $80.00 each.
Lulubell will have a booth this year at New York Comic Con. It's slated to be stuffed full of goodies from Lulubell, Lulubell Japan, Cherry Vinyl, Grody Shogun and others. They'll be releasing their exclusives list and booth appearances soon.
Also, on Saturday night during the Con, Lulu will be taking over Cotton Candy Machine gallery for a night. Special marbled vinyl exclusives from many of their featured NYCC artists will be showcased at the exhibit.
This Wednesday (August 31st 2011), Lulubell Toys will be holding an online Treasure Hunt beginning at 6:00PM PT. You'll be on the hunt for the Monstergool. A mash-up of Grody Shogun's Monster and Paul Kaiju's Seagool. Monstergool features a clear Seagool body with one of the 6 flesh colored Grody Shogun Monster heads, with all being hand painted by Grody Shogun. The figure stands 4.5" tall and will be able to be purchased for $40.00 each.
At the release time, all 6 styles will be hidden somewhere within the Lulubell Toys' website. They can be on any page, in any category. Any unfound treasures will move to the home page on Thursday morning at 10:00AM.
WaoToyz and Lulubell Toys has released the Mr. Pink WaoDog Kaiju. This 5" tall Japanese made soft vinyl figure should be available at your favorite online retailers. The entire run is a limited edition of only 50 pieces.
For wholesale inquiries, contact DKE Toys. Look for these to retail around $60.00.
Lulubell Toys has saved some of Luke Rook's Grody Shogun Wonderfest Exclusives for those not attending the event. Ojisan and Karakuri are back in milky vinyl, covered in purple, green, white, tan, yellow and brown sprays. Ojisan (shown below) has hand-painted eyes on the back of his head. You can pick up these 3.5" tall figures for $23.00 each.