Blamo Unveils WonderCon Plans
Four show exclusives to be offered...
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Making their WonderCon debut, Blamo Toys will be sharing booth #335 with local fashion boutique "The Five and Diamond."
Along with a full line of their core Blamoville figures, accessories, and tees, Blamo Toys will offer 4 show exclusives in varying price ranges. These exclusives include:
Hand-painted by local artist Leecifer, this ornamented version of Blamo's 4" resin character(s) comes packaged in its own silk-screened display box.
Hand-signed and numbed this figure is limited to only 12, and will sell for $60.
The first character in Blamo's "guest artist" toy line, designed by local artist and long time Blamo collaborator Leighton Kelly. This 5" automaton is hand-carved out of all natural Suar wood and comes packaged in his own unique silk-screened display box. Only 8 unpainted prototypes will be available at WonderCon and they will sell for $85 each.
Making his debut at WonderCon in the form of a 20" rayon plush figure. Currently in production for release later this year, Swampy will be offered at the show as 4 existing "pre-production paint masters," each hand painted and signed by Blamo Toys creator Spencer Hansen. These will retail for $100 each.
A re-envisioned and upgraded version of Captain nit noi (a '09 Blamo release); Major Mars comes correct with his shiny, silver leather spacesuit. Updated with a laser etched Blamo logo and Spencer Hansen's signature on his arm, Major Mars also sports a new super tough, hand blown glass helmet. Major Mars will retail for $200.
In addition to the four announced exclusives, Blamo Toys will have other surprises planned for WonderCon including one of a kind custom figures, original art, and possibly a few prototypes of things to come.
Source: Edited Blamo PR