Tomenosuke has announced the Devilman Flesh Version - Tomenosuke Exclusive, which is designed by Mike Sutfin and produced by Unbox Industries. The figure will be limited to a run of 100 pieces and will be available to purchase at three different points in time: the first will be at Singapore Toy, Game & Comic Convention (and via the Tomenosuke online shop) in September 2018; the second will be DCon in Anaheim, CA (and online) in November 2018; the final chance will be at Tokyo Comic Con (and online) in December 2018.
Tomenosuke is teasing the colorway for the next batch of MIMI The Cannibal Girl. This gradient color pattern goes from purple to green to pink. No word yet on when this sofubi figure will go up for sale, but keep an eye out for an announcement.
Tomenosuke is returning with another collectible based on a 1980's cult classic film. The MIMI The Cannibal Girl Blood Red Edition will be released on Friday June 8th 2018 at 11AM JST (10PM ET on June 7th). Based on the everlasting and ever-shocking image from the 1985 Italian horror film Cannibal Holocaust (kids...don't go Googling this), and designed by artist Utomaru, the vinyl figure stands close to a foot tall. This color version is limited to a run of 30 pieces, selling for 12,960JPY (about $120). You can pick one up at the link above...but you can never unsee the movie.
Tomenosuke has another release that will please fans of 1970's cult classic films - this one being from 1974's Flesh Gordon (no...not Flash Gordon). The new sofubi Flesh Gordon Pistol OG Colorway will be released on Friday June 1st 2018 at 11:00am JST (May 31st at 10pm ET). The 8-inch long weapon (?) will be an edition size of 80 pieces in this color version. It will retail for 9,980JPY (about $90).
Tomenosuke is bringing back the killer fish that was created by two of the greatest monster artists - Rob Bottin who worked on “The Thing” (1982) and Phil Tippett on the “Starship Troopers” (1997) - for the low-budget film “Piranha” (1978) when they were still unknown. The Piranha Prop Replica Model Resin Cast Kit is produced under the permission of Chako Vanleeuwen, a film producer of the New World Pictures "Piranha”, by Tomenosuke.
The 12-inch long resin fish will come unpainted (there are instructions on how to paint it movie-accurate). The first run will be limited to 30 pieces. It will be available at 11AM JST on Friday April 20th 2018 (10PM ET on April 19th) for 25,500JPY (about $240). More info available here.
Tomenosuke is planning to release the A.I. Tomeko Tomenosuke Exclusive this coming weekend. A.I., which stands for Adult Intelligence, is designed by Kikkake Toy and made of Sofubi. Standing in around 10.6 inches in height, this version will be limited to a run of 20 pieces.
You can pick one up beginning at 10:00PM on Thursday April 12th 2018. The figure will retail for 21,600JPY (around $200).
Tomenosuke has released a special version of Tara McPherson's sofubi vinyl figure - Stella and Flux. The 8.75-inch tall vinyl is made in Japan. And this special version has Rhinestone's glued on various spots (as you can see from the photo above). You can grab one of these special releases for ￥13,500 (or about $129).
Tomenosuke is releasing the Ashuran Tomenosuke Exclusive by Mirock-Toy on March 17th 2018 at 11:00am JST (that would be 10PM ET on March 16th). Measuring about 11.5 inches in height, the figure has been sculpted by artist Youhei Kaneko. This Tomenosuke Exclusive version is a limited edition run of 15 pieces and will retail for 21,600JPY (about $202.50).
The Belladonna of Sadness Statue Tomenosuke Exclusive figure will be released online this weekend. Only available from Tomenosuke, this limited edition (50 pieces) is produced by Unbox Industries. It will be released on Saturday February 17th 2018 at 11AM JST. (That's 9PM ET on Friday February 16th). This elegant figure will retail for 17,820JPY (or about $165).
Tomenosuke has released the items available from the Curious Forest - 2017 Japan Exhibition. The show features works by artists Amanda Louise Spayd and Chris Ryniak. You can now pick up works by both artists. But act fast as they're going quickly.