In a previous post, I wrote about the backstory of Yusei Majin and what led to its production as an indie sofubi figure. Part of the story (actually the beginning of the process for the creators of YM) was a green bootleg Ooze It released in Japanese gacha machines in 1983.
I just learned that there wasn't just a green and red Ooze It bootleg. The line also contained a completely different figure.
|There was also a two-piece blue base (with silver spray) figure of the same size that looks like something right out of the Ooze It universe. It looks like it could be an original design inspired by Ooze It. Here it is alongside the green bootleg.|
|The figure adds an interesting new twist to the story.|
|No firm release date yet for the debut version, but the word is possibly in a few months.|