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SDCC 2007: ToyQube (Booth #4937)

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The ToyQube booth was displaying a number of prototypes from the company (mainly, works by Keith Poon).  They were selling Kaniza blanks, however, the actual line was only being displayed in prototype form.  They also had a number of his Sharky designs for sale.

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The booth was also showcasing a number of Bigshot Toyworks projects.  Ashley Wood's Bertie the Pipebot prototype was definitely impressive.  But so were the pieces from Gary Taxali (Oh No), Nathan Jurevicius (MTV Fauna Kaiju) and Brian Taylor (Plush Coney).

2007 SDCC coverage sponsored by Max Toy Co

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Andrew Bell’s Artist Series Lotus Kanser

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Kanser, created by Keith Poon, is a 6"tall vinyl figure from ToyQube.  They have gone and developed an Artist Series, with the first collaboration being artist Andrew Bell.

The Regular version is the grey figure to the left.  It will be limited to 400 pieces, have a serial number on the bottom of the figure's feet and retail for $44.99 each.

The DZ version (Dead Zebra), has the black body and is limited to 200 pieces, with 50 pieces being available at Dead Zebra's SDCC booth.  They should retail around $54.99 each.

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