Sunday, July 1, 2012

San Diego Comic-Con 2012 : Toy Tokyo Exclusives & Signings

More art toys descend on San Diego Comic-Con 2012 to break up the monotony of 300 Batman toy...oh...Toy Tokyo (booth 5336) has a Batman Shogun Warrior? Nevermind then! The greatest little toy store in all of New York City always makes their presence known at the big conventions and SDCC 2012 is no different. It's all about quality over quantity this year and TT have 4 pieces sure to have you contemplating how much blood you can sell before the show to make up the cash. Here's their killer exclusives lineup...

Bart Grin Vinyl Figure by Ron English : $120 - Limited to 100 pieces - 11 inches high.

Batman Shogun Warrior by Funko : $50 - Limited to 500 pieces - 11 inches high. Exclusive colorway from Funko's "Vinyl Invader Series".

Fat Tony Vinyl Figure by Ron English : $85 - Limited to 100 pieces - 9 inches high.

Small Tin Robot : $9.99 - Only 10 of each color available

Signing Schedule:

Thursday, July 12th - PUSHEAD
Friday, July 13th - PUSHEAD presents GUEST, Mishika, Lamour Supreme & Healeymade
Saturday, July 14th - Ron English & guest

We are also featuring an amazing product, Makerbot! We will be featuring demos, so don't miss it.

Here a little something about MakerBot : Winner of the Popular Science ‘Product of The Future’ award and the Consumer Electronics Show ‘Best Emerging Tech’ award for 2012, The Replicator™ is an affordable, open source 3D printer by MakerBot. Like previous generations of MakerBots, The Replicator™ is a personal factory compact enough to fit on your desktop. Assembled and tested in Brooklyn by skilled technicians, The Replicator™ is ready within minutes to start printing right out of the box. It builds physical objects layer-by-layer using design files that users create or simply download for free from, MakerBot’s community design library. With over 20,000 members, Thingiverse has become the leading destination on the Web for posting digital design files, documenting designs, and collaborating on open source hardware.

New MakerBot operators join a family of innovators from around the world who love to share their passion and expertise in 3D printing with one another. With remarkable advances since the company’s groundbreaking start in 2009, MakerBot Industries continues to demonstrate its dedication to putting the tools of creativity into the hands of everyone.

Be sure to bookmark THIS LINK to see all the SDCC 2012 exclusives (as well as additional pics to those posted in the articles) as they roll out!

And THIS LINK will show you all this year's exclusives so you can make your shopping list! We'll be updating it daily.

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