Kidrobot x NYCC 2018 Exclusives, Signings, Events & More!

September 28, 2018

Kidrobot NYCC exclusives 2018

Kidrobot is heading back to our old stomping grounds of New York City for New York Comic Con 2018, October 5-7 at booth #322.  Kidrobot will be joined by some special guests, co-hosting a Friday night party on October 5th, product pre-releases and of course an assortment of limited edition Kidrobot x NYCC 2018 Exclusives that will be available at Kidrobot booth #322.

Exclusives: 

MegaMan 30th Anniversary 3” Figure by Kidrobot

This limited edition Kidrobot figure honors the 30th Anniversary of MegaMan with a special pearlescent coloration. Limited to 300 pieces, SRP $16.

SpongeBob SquarePants Abrasive Sponge 3” Figure

In conjunction with the launch of the Many Faces of SpongeBob Mini Series, the Abrasive Sponge figure is available exclusively at NYCC with a flocked face highlighting the moldy sponge from the hit Nickelodeon show. Limited to 300 pieces, SRP $16.

Astra + Orbit 8” Art Figure by Tara McPherson

Astra + Orbit are from Dreamwell, a world created by Tara McPherson, and can be found beyond the lucid seas and pink skies. This mystic couple stands elegantly to assist in your journey beyond sleep. Based on the whimsical hit card game from McPherson, Dreamwell features original characters from a world beyond our own. Limited to 20 pieces, SRP $80.

The Orville Enamel Metal Prop Replica Badges

The Orville con exclusive limited edition badges come in 5 collectible options from the Planetary Union. These metal enamel prop replica badges include: Engineer, Security, Office, Medical and Science badges. Limited to 100 pieces each, SRP $10.

Kidrobot x NYCC 2018 Events

Join Kidrobot for these special signings and a Friday night PARTY!

  1. Signing: Producer Tsuchiya-san from CapCom
    • Tsuchiya-san will be signing 30th Anniversary MegaMan figs at NYCC Kidrobot Booth #322 on Friday, October 5th at 1pm  • Ticketing info to be released on Kidrobot Instagram
  2. Party: Kidrobot Party with Five Points Fest
    • Free entry, Kidrobot giveaways, live paintings, beer provided by Lagunitas, DJs • 815 Broadway, NYC • Friday, October 5th, 2018 from 7-11pm • Space is Limited • RSVP on Facebook
  3. Signing: Artist Tara McPherson Signing
    • NY Artist Tara McPherson will be signing exclusive Astra + Orbit 8” Art Figures and Stellar Dream Scouts Mini Series at NYCC Booth #322 on Saturday, October 6th at 1pm  • Ticketing info to be released on Kidrobot Instagram

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