January 29, 2013
Dunny went on holiday to Chernobyl, which turned out to be a bad idea. GID and semi-translucent, Meltdown Dunny is an 8 inch vinyl glowing ghost featuring dead eyes and what’s left of his pet fish. Only 600* of each color edition survived, and each is exclusively available through a specific type of retailer. Green Edition is sold through Kidrobot retail stores, Yellow Edition is available through Kidrobot.com, Pink Edition is sold through specialty toy stores here in the US, and the Orange Edition will be available internationally through specialty toy shops there. Meltdown Dunny’s radiation vacation begins February 14. Meltdown Dunny retails for $75 US (£60 UK, €69.60 EU).[nggallery id=383]
*It was previously communicated that 500 of each colorway will be available. We apologize, since there are actually 600 of each colorway being produced.
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September 19, 2016
Kidrobot is excited to release South Park: The Fractured But Whole Mini Series & The Coon 7″ Medium Figure! The brand new mini series features the superhero group assembled by The Coon. Each mini figure stands 3″ tall and comes packaged in a … Continued
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September 02, 2016
Kidrobot is proud to announce their collaboration with Milwaukee-based artist Scott Wilkowski! Known for his Infected and X-Ray Action versions of popular designer toys, Wilkowski has infected one of the most famous platforms of all time: Kidrobot’s Dunny! Standing 3-inches tall, his … Continued
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