The Legend, Man of Many Weapons, Gerald Okamura will be released in this fully-painted Japanese Sofubi figure. The figure is slated to be released by Max Toy Co. this week. It'll run you $35.00 each (plus $7.00 US shipping).
Taking place on Sunday January 6th 2019 at the Japanese American National Museum in Los Angeles, there will be a figure release and signing featuring actor Gerald Okamura and artist Mark Nagata. The Gerald Okamura Gold Sofubi Figure will be released at the event.
From 12:30PM to 1PM, an Artist Conversation will take place to mark the release of Kaiju vs Heroes artist Mark Nagata’s latest special edition sofubi toy figure - an homage to the character played by Gerald Okamura in the movie Big Trouble in Little China. Nagata will discuss how this project came to fruition.
Then, from 1PM to 2PM, a Toy and Print Signing with Mark Nagata and Gerald “Man of Many Weapons” Okamura will take place. They will sign figures and a special print of the header art created for the toy following the artist conversation. The figure is hand-painted by Mark and extremely limited.
Check out the Max Toy Co. Designer Con 2018 Exclusive Sofubi Collectible Gerald Okamura "Man of Many Weapons" Red DCON Edition. This edition is a run of 30 pieces, which will be available exclusively at Designer Con. The figure comes packaged with a header, with artwork by Mark Nagata. The sculpt was done by Yoshihiko Makino, with production is Japan by Yo Miyamoto.
You can grab one at Booth #832 ( Max Toy Co), with an autograph signing taking place on Saturday November 17th 2018 from 2PM to 3PM - where you can meet Gerald Okamura in person (to sign your collectible).
Squibbles Ink + Rotofugi & Friends will be held up at San Diego Comic Con Booth #5248. They will have a number of releases available, which we will attempt to cover below (in the order that they're pictured above):
A Little Misfortune Japanese Vinyl Finger Puppets
Design by FERG, produced by Squibbles Ink + Rotofugi
Ghost Eye Japanese Vinyl Finger Puppets
Design by Cherry Moth Cake, produced by Squibbles Ink + Rotofugi
Glow in the Dark Figgle Bits
Design by Chris Ryniak, produced by Squibbles Ink + Rotofugi
Edition of 300 per character
The Lake Monsters Snybora – Stark Edition
Figure Design by Chris Ryniak, produced and hand painted by Squibbles Ink + Rotofugi
$38.00 each Read more
Bob Conge (Plaseebo) will have a pair of custom Nyagira Tanks available via the Max Toy Co. Custom Nyagira on-line show that opens on Friday, April 10th 2015 via the Max Toy website. Each of the one of a kind vinyl mash-up tanks features inset glass eyes and an internal motion activated color-changing LED unit (with replaceable batteries). They've been hand painted with Monster Kolor and come signed and dated. No word on pricing.
Monster Kolor has released the crystal clear Mecha Nekoron soft vinyl figure from Max Toy Co. Made in Japan, the 2.5-inch tall can be purchased for $20.00. And it looks really clear...
Max Toy Co is offering up the Sabertooth Kaiju Negora with Big Fish figure set for pre-order. The made to order in Japan sofubi is estimated to be delivered in March/April 2014. It's currently available to pre-order for $45.00.
Max Toy Company will have several pieces available at San Diego Comic Con, both at the Squibbles Ink + Rotofugi Booth #5248 and the Dragatomi Booth #5350. The above image gives a good breakdown as to what is where.
Also, Mark Nagata will be signing with Javier Jimenez at the Rotofugi booth on Thursday, July 18th 2013 at 2PM.
Toy Art Gallery is teaming up with Blobpus to create a special run of Blind Bag Blobpus Alien Argus figures. There are over 8 different variations possible, with many being 1-offs or editions of 2 (all hand-painted by Blobpus).
Alien Argus is designed by Mark Nagata and produced by Toy Art Gallery. He stands over 10 inches tall and features 10 points of articulation.
The Blobpus Alien Argus blind bags will be available for $125.00 each this Wednesday, August 22nd 2012, at Noon PT (in-store and at TAG online).