So, let's take a look at the fairest of the fare, starting with toys:
|Lots of releases from Medicom, in addition to figures from indie outfits like Sunguts, Uamou, T9G, PP Pudding, and more.
|This figure has a massive number of moveable parts.
|Looks like these sold out very quickly.
|Really cool set of five A4 plastic holders with some of the show's art.
|There's a very nice selection of shirts, but they range from 4,000-5,000 yen each.
|Would you rock these Ultra shades?
|This one is really out there! So it looks like a puzzle, but actually these are floor mats, like the kind you see in kindergartens. Cool design and nice reappropriation of an otherwise banal item. Warhol would be proud!
|Super cool Dada pendant.
|Original art by Mark Nagata. One of my favorite things at the show.
|Some traditional Japanese art and themes, It's safe to say Ultraman is fairly deeply integrated into the culture.
|Now that's some serious bling!
|Check out this cool poster with illustrations added to a cityscape photograph.
|Love these plastic holders. You'd be amazed at how prevalent they are in daily Japanese life!
|Tons of affordable stationery.
here's a blast from the recent past (almost exactly one year ago) where Devilman and Mazinger's 40th were celebrated at the very same shop.