San Francisco’s Super7 held court with a vast variety of vinyls from founder Brian Flynn and regular co-conspirators Josh Herbolsheimer, Leecifer, Lamour Supreme, Le Merde and Kathie Olivas & Brandt Peters. Flynn got called back to SF early on in the convention because his wife went into labor. Congrats on your third daughter! (Keep trying for that son who will some day grow up to care about kaiju?)
Mummyboys by Brian Flynn & Burgerbuns by Le Merde
I wonder why Super7 chose not to do the fun Monster Family signing sets they’d done the previous years. I would have liked to see Leecifer get his moment in the sun for Honoo. As it turns out though, Leecifer completely sold out all of the customized Honoos he brought anyway.
Leecifer is a sell out.
Many of Super7’s toys from SDCC are still available here.
Honoo by Leecifer, Bronze Skullwalker by Brian Flynn & Leroy by Invisible Creature
Rabble Rousers: Toypinionated, Jeremyriad, Toybotstudios, Rhinomilk
Circus Posterus pieces by Travis Louie, Kathie Olivas & Brandt Peters and Chris Ryniak
Click through for the new Ultra Squid Girl by Kathie Olivas and Brandt Peters, and a trove of Rose Vampires by Josh Herbolsheimer (including one you’re not supposed to see…).
Note: The (excellent) Circus Posterus signing (for the figures shown above) will be covered in a separate post.
Big Sal and Ultra Squid Girl by Kathie Olivas & Brandt Peters
Another view of the Squid Girl prototype
Josh Herbolsheimer and his Rose Vampire Legion
Note the difference in the Casket Cruiser pictured here and above. Green solves everything.
Casket Cruiser by Josh Herbolsheimer and Super7
SDCC 2011 Rose Vampire by Josh Herbolsheimer and Super7
Rose Vampire DX by Josh Herbolsheimer and Super7
Carl/Muton with sketch by Josh Herbolsheimer
The Priest by Gonz
Mongolion by Lamour Supreme and Zombie Fighter by Super7
Foster & Little Prick by Brian Flynn, GID Earth Wolf by Josh H and Medicom
Large sculpture by Brian Flynn