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March 15, 2016

Warui Zonbi Series 1 by Gory Hole x Tru:Tek

Coming this week is Gory Hole's first painted run of "Warui Zonbi: Series 1" figures. Insprired by Maba's 1980's toyline called "Zombies", these finger puppet style figures feature 2 designs: SS Wolfgang and Selwyn. Selwyn is inspired by a zombie baby from Dead Alive, while SS Wolfgang takes it's inspiration from American Werewolf in London. Designed by Tru:Tek, with art by John Santagada of Radioactive Uppercut,, the pair of figures were sculpted by Makino-San of TTToy. Sized at around 3", with a split torso and capped bottom design, the first release of these soft vinyl figures will be in a flesh tone. There will also be an "OG" painted version from Tru:Tek to accompany the flesh toned release. The figures come dual-packed in a deluxe display box, matching the gacha-style purple keshi, previously released. Limted to just 10 sets of each version, the SoftToy Hobby/Gory Hole online store will have these available on Friday, March 18th at 9PM London Time (5PM Eastern). Priced at $85 for the OG painted version and $60 for the flesh toned, there will also be some surprises that may pop up in the store to go with the release. Be sure to follow Gory Hole on social media to stay up to date.