New DC Japanese Inspired Figures at Toy Tokyo’s Toy Fair Booth

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Here is something straight out of left field. Thanks to a post over at the Facebook group DC Collector’s Exchange, Toy Tokyo has some amazing Japanese Samurai themed DC Comics figures on display. I have no idea who is producing these, but I am currently putting out the feelers trying to find out this information.

From the information that I have gathered it seems these are vinyl pieces and they are waiting on final approval from DC on these.

The images feature Deathstroke, Green Arrow, Superman, The Flash, Robin, Batman, The Joker, Nightwing, Harley Quinn and Green Lantern.

Check out the images below, and stay tuned for more information as it becomes available for these new items.

(photo by Dax Anthony II)
(photo by Dax Anthony II)
(photo by Dax Anthony II)
(photo by Dax Anthony II)

UPDATE – Here is a great video showcasing these new figures as well…

About Toy Tokyo:

Toy Tokyo is located at 91 2nd Avenue in New York City’s East Village (between 5th & 6th Street). They opened in 2000, and since have gained the reputation of having the most unique inventory in the city. There is always something new to experience at Toy Tokyo, and many customers return a few times a week just to make sure they aren’t missing anything. They have toys of all kinds, for every age, they’re sure to have something that you are looking for. 

Many of their items come directly from Hong Kong and Japan, but they also carry the latest in domestic toys and collectibles as well, along with a large inventory of rare and vintage items. In addition to selling the greatest toys in the universe, they are involved in all aspects of production overseas.

Collaborating with TT Underground, the Toy Tokyo art gallery, aims to explore the intersection of pop art and designer toys through exhibition and special art events.

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3 COMMENTS

    • There are from Pop Life and The Imperial Palace in China. The plan is that they will first be sold at The Imperial Palace, and Pop Life is trying to find a way to bring them here.

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