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Super7 Announces Exclusive Release Line-Up for San Diego Comic-Con 2014

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Debut of New Super7 ReAction Figures, Vinyl Figures, Apparel Collections, and Product Releases in Partnership with Funko and Lucasfilm in Collaboration with Acme Archives and Mighty Fine

SAN FRANCISCO, CA, – June 26, 2014 – Super7, pioneer of collectibles and obscure oddities of the toy universe, is pleased to reveal their new collections and product debuts for San Diego Comic-Con 2014. In their 12th year exhibiting at the show, Super7 invites press and attendees to join them in their launch of new Super7 toy and apparel series, and specialty items in partnership with Lucasfilm & Acme Archives, Mighty Fine and Funko. Super7’s booth is #4945 and SDCC runs July 23-27, 2014. Click on through for the full press release.


 
Over the last thirteen years, Super7 has become synonymous with the most desirable and sought after vinyl toy figures being made today.  This year’s group of vinyl figures exclusive to SDCC is no exception. From innovative multi-color “drip” vinyl techniques used in this year’s Crystal Mecha and Fossila, to their signature multi-color swirl vinyl editions used in the Milton, FosterPie GuyEarth WolfMongolion and the Super7 mascot, Mummy Boy. Super7 once again raises the bar on complicated and unique vinyl figures not seen from any other company.
 
 
This year’s SDCC exclusives are: 
 
Super7 2014 Apparel Collection
A collection of ten exclusive Star Wars T-Shirts will debut at the show; designed by Super7 and produced in collaboration with Lucasfilm and MightyFine. Super7 will also release a series of new original T-Shirt designs presenting as highlights of the collection. Attendees will have the opportunity to browse classic designs at the booth as well.
 

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Super7 x Funko:  Alien Egg Chamber ReAction Playset 
Limited run of 250/numbered
Look kids!  Now you can relive the excitement of the Nostromo Crew’s journey into the Derelict Alien Spaceship! Venture with Kane deep into the mysterious Egg Chamber ReAction Playset and pose your sturdy ReAction Figures on the detailed, egg-covered base. Inspired by the playsets of the 1970’s and packaged in an era appropriate photo box, the playset provides the perfect backdrop for all of your ReAction Adventures.  The playset comes complete with classically styled action base made from durable hand-cast resin and corrugated cardboard, full-color Alien Egg Silo backdrop that slides into the base for display. ReAction Figures sold separately. Limit to one per person for the entirety of the show. $100 ea.

Super7 x Funko:  Alien Deep Space Mystery ReAction Figures  
From Deep Space comes a mysterious Alien Egg containing an unknown life form! Only by looking inside the hideously detailed egg can you find out what ReAction Figure lurks inside. Doubling as a blind box, each Alien egg contains an extremely limited, secret ReAction Figure.  Hidden in these eggs are new sculpts and colors never before seen in the Alien universe. Once opened, the egg doubles as an action figure stand featuring a foot-peg to pose your ReAction Figure standing in the terrifying open mouth of the Alien Deep Space Egg!  In space no one can hear you scream… Limited to four eggs per person for the entirety of the show.  $25 ea.

Super7 x Funko: Gimp in a Box ReAction Figure
It’s time to Bring out the Gimp! One of the strangest characters seen in the cult movie phenomenon Pulp Fiction is being released from his basement dungeon as a poseable ReAction Figure! Now you can hide the Gimp away in your own authentically detailed wooden crate and bring him out to play when you need that special kind of release only he can provide. The 3.75” tall ReAction Figure features an ornately detailed outfit and comes packaged inside a wooden storage box.  Limit to one per person per day of show. $25 ea.
 
Super7 x Secret Base:  Alien Vinyl Figure
Following up on the amazingly popular Alien ReAction figure, Super7 took another cue from the vintage figures of the 1970’s, this time in Japan, and partnered with Secret Base to make the 4.5″ tall vinyl Alien figure. Styled in the tradition of classic Popy figures from the 1970s, this Alien features articulation at the waist, arms and neck, as well as a clear dome over the head packaged in a retro box referencing the original Kenner 18″ Alien package. $45ea
 
Super7 Vinyl Figure Collection
Fossila: “Radioactive Puke” edition (yellow, green, blue, orange, brown drip vinyl with painted details) – $95ea.
Crystal Mecha: “Bug Splatter” edition (grey, blue, black, glow drip vinyl with painted details) – $95ea.
Earth Wolf : “Polluted” edition (Blue and grey swirl vinyl with painted details) – $95ea.
Mummy Boy: “Adventure set” – Mummy Boy with standard, pumpkin and Mishka head (pink and metallic silver swirl vinyl) – $65ea.
Mongolion : “Marbled Madness” edition (neon green and gold glitter swirl vinyl with painted eyes) – $65ea.
Ooze Bat – “Ooze It Tribute” edition (green vinyl with yellow painted details, an homage to the 1970’s Ooze It toy) – $50ea.
Caveman Dinosaur: “Volcano Fire” edition (red vinyl with painted details) – $35ea.
Pie Guy : “Cookies and Cream” edition (brown and glow-in-the-dark swirled vinyl wit painted details) – $25ea.
Miltion: Cookies and Cream” edition (brown and glow-in-the-dark swirled vinyl wit painted details) – $25ea.
Foster: “Cookies and Cream” edition (brown and glow-in-the-dark swirled vinyl wit painted details) – $25ea.
 
Super7 x Acme Archives:  Star Wars Print Series
Space Vader:   Limited Edition of 200/numbered, 16″ x 20″
Gaze deep into the night sky, and a familiar pattern from the dark side will emerge in the stars. Silkscreened on black heavy archival stock with light grey and glow-­in‐the-­dark inks.   $50 ea.         
 
Tauntaun Cuts:   Limited Edition of 200/numbered, 16″ x 20″
Perfect for a galactic butcher’s shop far, far away, the Tauntaun Cuts print highlights the choicest cuts of meat inside the furry snow-­‐romping creature which, though they smell badon the outside, are delicious on the inside.  Silkscreened on heavy archival stock with white, black, and grey with metallic silver flake inks. $50 ea.

  • Rykrof_Enloe

    A company that gives a damn about making a 3.75″ scale playset? Too bad it’s going to be impossible to get. The only thing more awesome than the playset is the kid’s face on the box

    • studlydudly

      yeah I’m bummed I’ll never get a chance to own this

  • Hobgoblin238

    Oh gee. This awesome playset that WE ALL want will be an exclusive. I was just about to order the Alien figures but now I will not.

    • studlydudly

      if you shop around you might find the figures for less than the original retail prices
      I’ve seen that a few times, after I paid the full price of course
      :(

      • Darth Janus

        Yeah I saw them for $11. Just Kane, Dallas and Ash actually. Should have grabbed them. What do you think of the other figures in this Reaction line? I was going to maybe get the Terminator, Predator, and maybe the Universal Monsters. I think, after seeing them, I’m just gonna grab the Alien figures.

        • studlydudly

          I think the price is kind of high so I hope to find them for less eventually

          or if I can find them at the comic shop for actual retail and not have to pay shipping I might grab them then

    • Darth Janus

      I know, right? So lame. I finally saw the Alien figures in person. IMO, most of these Reaction figures look a bit animated. The Alien figures look like they really were designed in the late 70’s though. I would have liked this playset. The price is also ridiculous.

      • studlydudly

        those Alien figures were designed in the late 70s
        they found and bought the old molds and made the figures with them

        and you are totally right about the price of that playset for what it actually is

    • Making Old Men Mad

      I’ve never seen so many entitled nerds crying in my entire life. ITS A PLAYSET, NOT LIFE GIVING WATER.

      • Hobgoblin238

        Your monikor fits you well. See last time I looked this was an ACTION FIGURE SITE….You know…where things of the action figure realm are discussed passionately. Perhaps you need to be on another forum?

        • Making Old Men Mad

          Discussing within reason might be a good way to go about it. Pouting because you can’t get something just makes you look sad. “OH MY GOD I WAS ABOUT TO ORDER THESE FIGURES THAT HAVE BEEN OUT FOR A YEAR BUT ONCE I FOUND OUT ABOUT THE PLAYSET 12 HOURS AGO THAT I CANT HAVE, FORGET IT!” grow up.

          • Hobgoblin238

            You must be a liberal. Telling everyone how to behave is a liberal tactic. Is it pouting to say the Alien line was on my list but I haven’t pulled the trigger yet. When I saw the playset I definitely wanted to buy them sooner but because the playset is canceled, it has moved off my list again. What is wrong with what I am saying? It must be nice to try to control other’s opinions.

          • Making Old Men Mad

            Ad-hominem, very sneaky move but sorry but it didn’t work since I’m not 19 years old. You are entitled to think that and I’m entitled to think you’re a fucking cry baby.

          • Hobgoblin238

            Yup…Libtards have to cuss when they lose as well. Classic example folks.

          • studlydudly

            not all liberals are retarded, just like not all conservatives are muslims

  • User897

    There’s a lot more ALIEN fans in San Diego alone, even WITHOUT a convention, than 250. Utterly ridiculous. I’m really glad I didn’t dive into this line, and I let Super7 know exactly how I felt. First it was the “bonus figure” they were going to provide to people that only preordered with them, then the con exclusives, and now the ridiculously priced and numbered playset. I see they have other items on the roster, and the eggs with figures in them actually sound like a fun idea, but the fact remains that there are more than 250 of us and it’s just not fair. If I had started collecting them, I would be super pissed right now. The way I see it, there’s no point in collecting a specialty line like that if you can’t have a chance to own all the goodies within it. For that, Super7 has failed and I have never bought anything from them.