Monday, September 29, 2014

Super Festival 66 - スーパーフェスティバル 66

 
Today's Super Festival saw quite a nice range of toys, including lots of familiar faces, new toy makers, and figures making their debut. Here's a rundown of the indie toy booths:

Billiken


Blobpus
 Around 130 pics after the jump:



Bullmark


Comet Debris


Cool Props
These were based on actual movie props. They're huge!



Dream Rockets

Dune

New Street Fighter toys

Elegab

Lots of super cool toy jewels in this latest batch of Elegab toys

Fewture Models








Galaxy People



Geek Market
New maker at SF. I believe their first show appearance was at the previous Wonder Festival.

Sofubi figure. All the figures here were one-offs.

Beautiful customs

Gigabrain


Jetture and Handsome Tarom


So nice....


I really like this upcoming Ultraman. It's sofubi, but it's sculpted to look like the original suit actor from the TV show.
Kaiju Ken





Kakerui
Also making their SF debut with a new figure


Kenth Toy Works





Kikkake

These two were sold as a set.


Kto Kto

Another SF debut. His first show was the previous WF.

He makes the boxes himself. Very time consuming.
Markaro & Maon
Yet another debut toy maker.

Awesome strobe light sword!


Marusan


First prize for the dart game.

More prizes.


Mash

New keshi gomu figures


Max Toy

Preview of figures for the next Design Festival
Nerd One
Pico Pico


Noice!
Popsoda
Painted by HS, I believe.


Rampage Toys

Roughneck Toys


Spectacular new figure, beautifully painted. Easily one of my favorites from the show. Bravo!

Science Patrol
SP debuts at SF!
Secret Base

Grey Alien
Shamrock Arrow
Shikaruna

New horror series, sold as a set.




Shirahama
Sorry this is all I could photograph. The figures were all one-offs sold in blind bags.
 Sunguts


Undead Toys
Making their SF debut, they sold a mix of resin and sofubi toys

Sofubi



US Toys



Velocitron


X Plus



Yamanaya



Folks buying an exclusive got a free original art sketch. Cool!






Kazumine Daiji - the artist - was even on hand. Very friendly and what a great smile!
Yamomark


So long, and thanks for reading. Hope you enjoyed the show!

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank you Andy, always appreciated (no ig here, you are my #1 source). Im definitely digging that Elegab Hedogon!

boo velvet said...

Thanks, Andy! Such a Great way to end the month :D

joe said...

Thanks for the always great coverage Andy!

maddie said...

Great coverage! Love to see all these new releases.

KbD said...

Awesome pics, as always. Just a quick question since its hard to tell scale from the photo - are the Marusan Pagos and Neronga in the 450 scale (~30 cm)? Thanks.

andy b said...

Not sure. If anyone knows, please post here.

CMR said...

Thanks for the coverage - looks like it was great. I didn't realize that there were two Super Festivals every year?

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