The Lucky Bag finally arrived! We were so excited and definitely not disappointed by the results.
In the bag we got we had a large black guts clear Deathra, a Large GID Hedoran, a small unpainted red Smogun, a painted Mibora, an unpainted small Huijili, a painted Hobo, and clear blue micro Zag, Sleeping Killer, and Angel Bird. We’ve seen some other incredible figures, but are definitely satisfied with our figures. What did you get? Anything unusual? we also love the large Zagoran this year, the paint is awesome. Kind of wish we got it, but what would we trade? So hard to choose from all of these great figures, the only answer is to get another Lucky Bag. It is getting increasing harder though now with the closing of Red Hot Robot.
We just recently learned, and let you know, that Lulubell Toy Bodega opened up in Mesa, Arizona in our Huck Gee post, but they do not carry Gargamel or Super7. We find that hard to believe since they are both such a large part of the kaiju Japanese vinyl market, but at least we have our figures in hand and that’s all that we care about right now. Thank you Super7!!!
A new year, a new Lucky Bag. We are very excited about what Gargamel has in store for us this year.
Gargamel starts off 2012 with their annual lucky bag.
According to the Super7 blog:
Each one is blind bagged consisting of nine toys with the following:
- 2 Full Sized
- 4 Pocket or Crouching Sized
- 3 Micro Sized
Gargamel 2012 Lucky Bags will be available this Thursday, January 19th at Noon Pacific online so be there and get yours while you can Super7 Store.
they will also have a few at their store in San Francisco, 1427 Haight Street, San Francisco, CA 94117, if you are there at 11am when they open up.
Lucky Bags are $350 this year, the prices seem to keep creeping up, but we think it is still well worth it. Can’t wait to see what is in this year’s bags!!! Share with us your photos when you get the, we’ll try and do the same if we can get one.
Bwana Spoons is scheduled to release this great figures on Friday, January 20th at 12:00 Pacific time. Get there and get there quick as these will appeal to both Bwana and Gargamel fans. ERV stands for Earth Restroyer Revenge, not sure what that means, but a sweet figure nonetheless. Here are some pics of the figure. These have great coloring and glow in the dark is also popular so I’m sure these will go fast. Go to Bwana’s web store this Friday at noon to get yours, while you can…………..