Well...we don't have actual photos, but we do have the above list of ToyQube SDCC Exclusives. It looks like a bunch of stuff...and while we've seen some of the pieces, we haven't seen them all in one place.
Making its way through the air and ready to approach its target, Frank Kozik's Messerschmitt Bf-109-G Wolkenhai “Gustav” fighter in green, is coming your way at the stroke of midnight on June 17th. Limited to 400 pieces for $65, it will be initially sold at ToyQube, and then other retail outlets.
The more limited Messerschmitt Bf-110-G Nachthai “Kempfe” bomber in black, will be reaching its destination at San Diego Comic Con as a ToyQube exclusive. Limited to 100 pieces (85 pieces available to the public), the price is still TBD. Each Sharky comes with a cigar bomb accessory.
SDCC 2008 is just around the corner, and ToyQube offers the first preview of what is to come this July in San Diego.
Ahoy Mates! Get ready to take a ride with Tokidoki on the high seas. This is the first look at the new Tokidoki Kaniza being released by ToyQube. Created by one of the most popular designers right now, Simone Legno, utilizes his cute illustration style on the starfish Kaniza. There will be 1,000 pieces of the Tokidoki Kaniza being released at SDCC 2008 from ToyQube, pricing will be revealed at a later date.
The display at the ToyQube booth included a number of their original pieces: Sharky, Kanser, Kaniza, DCTO. I must say that I'm liking the Billy Bananas mini figures that they had on display. I really like the retro look...and only slightly light the crotch grabbing the figure is exhibiting.
Andrew Bell is offering a few exclusives through his Dead Zebra shop. The Black Kanser figure (pictured below) and the Black Lotus skate deck (pictured further below) are available individually or in bundles.
'Black Lotus' Kanser figure
- Edition of 200
- Every toy is individually numbered
- Every box is signed
- produced by ToyQube
- 2 per customer limit
- $55 each
'Black Lotus' Skateboard Deck
- 6 color screenprint on 7 ply Canadian Maple
- 31 3/4" x 7 3/4"
- Edition of 100
- 40 available at Dead Zebra, the rest should be appearing at your favorite art and toy retailers soon
- $75 each
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.
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
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.