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March 26, 2012

G I G A N T O R !

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Stay tuned to www.incubot.com for more details…

January 17, 2012

Portrait of the artist: Tori Gokin!!

Filed under: Daily Money Shots,Declarations,Erik Sjoen — erik sjoen @ 2:47 am

Akira Toriyama (鳥山 明, Toriyama Akira, born April 5, 1955).

January 5, 2012

God Mars!!

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Six God Combination God Mars (六神合体ゴッドマーズ).

December 15, 2011

Mazinger Z

Filed under: Co. POPY,Daily Money Shots,Erik Sjoen — erik sjoen @ 7:42 pm

December 8, 2011

NOOGLER!!

Filed under: Daily Money Shots,Erik Sjoen,Warren Schwartz — erik sjoen @ 8:38 pm

Warren and I took a tour of the Google campus yesterday. Apparently they are into designer vinyl..

December 2, 2011

Mobile Suit Gundam 機動戦士ガンダム

Filed under: Co. CLOVER,Co. POPY,Daily Money Shots,Erik Sjoen — erik sjoen @ 2:09 am

November 16, 2011

FLASHMAN store display!!

Filed under: Co. BANDAI,Daily Money Shots,Erik Sjoen — erik sjoen @ 5:33 pm

Awesome!!

October 29, 2011

The Unchallengeable Daitarn 3 – 無敵鋼人ダイターン3

Filed under: Co. CLOVER,Daily Money Shots,Erik Sjoen — erik sjoen @ 1:37 am

ST Daitarn 3 – Clover – 1978

October 27, 2011

1982 (re-revisited)!!

Filed under: Co. POPY,Co. TAKARA,Erik Sjoen — erik sjoen @ 12:21 am

Here’s an oldie but a goodie from the archives. I randomly came across it when doing a Google image search this evening and thought it was worth another look.

Reposted from 09/10/04:

So what’s up with 1982?

1982 was a busy year. For example, there was Blade Runner, RunDMC, Lebanon,
Springsteen and Reagan.. No doubt, these were all VERY important things. Not to a 7 year old.

My 1982 was all about Japanese toys. Diecast, Jumbos, Vinyls, Model kits and books.. Anything I could get my hands on was “all good”.

A quick trip to San Francisco’s Japan Town would always land me a couple of TV mags (with prizes), toy candy (with prizes) and last but not least a MIMB Popy Chogokin. After taking all my loot home, I would blow through the candy, quickly get over the mag/candy prizes, and alas the precious Chogokin specimen would eventually hit the toy shelf..

The TV magazines on the other hand would always stay in heavy rotation, and were visited on a daily basis. They were stocked full of toy pictures and ads of all the latest swag. They acted as a Japanese toy/anime “insider” for a stateside bound kid like myself. On a monthly basis, one could view the who’s who of Japanese toys by the current heavy hitters (Popy, Takatoku, Takara and Bandai). Best of all they always gave you a hint of what was yet to come..

So, enough of all that sappy nostalgia. Here’s a quick rundown of what Terebi Magagine November 1982 includes:

-MASSIVE amounts of Popy Chogokin

-Goggle V

-Microman

-8chan

-Machine Robo

-Gavan

-Dougram

-Robomaru

-Ideon

-Xabungle

-Kamen Rider ZX

-Gold Lightan

I’ll let the pictures speak for themselves. Enjoy!

October 26, 2011

My girlfriend kickin’ it with some Marusan kaiju..

Filed under: Co. BULLMARK,Daily Money Shots,Erik Sjoen — erik sjoen @ 12:01 am

Oh yeah, did I mention I’m into real dolls…

Image compliments of Paul Kaiju

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