Booths are arranged alphabetically.
|Really cool info board about the way the Ultraman cast hands were made.
|I heard these retailed for $300.
|New line of minis - Cosmo Alien (Check out my previous post on the Medicom Toys booth for pics of more versions as well as protos of upcoming additions to the line.)
|Dune seems to be taking off in a hurry!
|Check out these spooky battle damage and intestine wielding bots.
|What's that? There's a missile sticking out of my gut? No way, bro!
|New additions to the Millenial line, from Slpurrt and Paul Kaiju.
|I always have a nice chat with the Futuristic crew, who really enjoy making these model kits.
|Took me a few minutes to describe "pimp" to a fan waiting to get one of these. Lots of pantomime.
|New keshi gomu maker on the scene - Moqkeshi. There's clearly a boom in keshi going on, with multiple makers securing one-day licenses to make figures based on properties, in addition to some new original keshi characters.
|...and inside the castle is one of these bottom-row keshi figures. How cool is that!!
|Another newcomer on the scene - Newter Vision with their Mighty Mashroom line. Gotta love the accessories!
|And yet another keshi maker debuting at WF - Outer Rim, with some spectacular one-day license works right out of the gate.
|A famous character from Lupin the 3rd. I really love the execution on this one. Check out the super thin arms and legs.
|I like this one a lot too, from Shaman King - so unusual and highly detailed.
|Plenty of original keshi here!
|Keshi based on a Gundam character
|One of Aztekaiser's enemies
|Pretty koi colors
|Once again Zoomoth, who seems to be a leading pioneer in the modern keshi movement, brought some nice figures.
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