Found this cute little Kirby bag in Kirby's Adventure styling, so it's rare and hard to find. Looks as though Kirby had a labotomy though . . .
Auction - 800yen, 2 days.
Yoshi in Egg in box - 1500yen BID, 2000yen BIN. 8 hours left, but no bids so it may renew.
Kirby lot - plenty of rare - 2000yen, 2 days.
Mario puzzle - 800yen, 8 hours. No bids so may renew.
Family Computer Hammer Brother figure unpainted - 800yen, 10 hours left. No bids so it may renew.
- 800yen, 1 day.
Rare Super Mario Kart card slapping game in box - 5500yen, 1 day.
Super Mario Sunshine magnet set complete with map - 500yen, 4 days.
Very rare SMB1 pencil tin - This is an odd one. 2000yen BID, 3000yen BIN, 3 days.
Super Mario Kart plush lot - 1990yen, 4 days.
SMRPG cards and coins - 1200yen, 1 day.
Found on YJA, a new set of Kirby with abilities and four different colors. SK Japan cooks up some pretty weird combos, yeah?
I love these figures. They're like little puzzles, they're small, they're great with detail, painted well, and always manage to fit in characters that have never had merch before. Furuta sets us up for another round of these in October this year. Any bets on the secret figure? I'm betting Cat Peach.
Cat Banzai Bill
Yoshi's New Island has released unto the world, and now some merch has unexpectedly shown up. Why is it unexpected? The Yoshi series has largely been overlooked by the merch companies, which is sad. However, now we have a bunch of Yoshi transformations as little gashapon keychains. NCSX has the whole set up for pre-order, but I'm telling you now you can probably beat that price by waiting.
I love that the Paper Mario series is finally getting some decent merchandise. This time we see plush blocks straight out of the game, and you can even peel the "stickers" off the blocks! Sweetness. These are quite large too. Bigger than the sound blocks from a while ago.
I thought these were modern pachinko machines, but instead, the yellow one is a coin shooter and the orange one has you jumping little marbles up to the top of that little platforming simulator . . . device.
Check the jump for Epoch's packaging of both.
Remember these? Takara Tomy Arts must have had good sales from them, as they have released some new egg projectors based on New Super Mario Bros. U. Again showing art from the game, this set is really only distinguishable from the last via the tags and three distinctly colored Yoshi eggs. Pink, Yellow, and Blue eggs all show the baby Yoshis that they contain. Also, Bowser Jr., Peach, and Mario scenes can be seen.
A Kirby Model Kit set has appeared on YJA. While they're all lose, it's the complete first set, and they have become quite rare. 16,000yen BID, 32,000yen BIN, with no bids and 4 days left.
Legend of Zelda Link's Awakening Album - not sure what this is . . . but it's LA! 475yen, 2 days.
Set of Club Nintendo soundtracks - 5,000yen, 4 days.
NIKKO Mario Kart figure - 400yen, 2 days.
Lot of merch - 21yen, 2 days.
Mario and Yoshi stamp set in box - 3150yen, 5 days.
Unclipped unpainted Mario figures - 2500yen BIN, 9 hours. Hopefully will re-up.
Another set - 2500yen, 9 hours.
Yet Another set - 2500yen, 12 hours.
Mario Famicom figure - 2200yen, 3 days.
GE Animation may release this Rush Plush sometime in August. It should be around $30, and the size is reported as 4"L x 10"W x 9"H. This may be the first of many classic character plushes, if any of this is to be believed. It's all based on a press leak, so we'll see what comes of it. Still, with Rock and Blues selling so well, it stands to reason that they would pursue the line.
ThinkGeek is coming out with a Mega Man Mega Buster cannon replica. Price is tentatively set at $79.99 and will be available come November. It will have a trigger to push on the inside and lights on the side and in the cannon will light up. Pew pew pew!
A paper fan from Okami has popped up on Ebay. This is one of the very first pieces of merchandise produced- it says "Clover Studios" on the copyright information. What a treasure! Check out the auction for pics of the very detailed Issun figure attached.
PS Happy Birthday, Gully!