Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Tateshina Trip

Spent the past few days in Tateshina, Nagano Prefecture. Saw quite a few farm animals this trip, as well as lots of moths and other insects. Got to do a little hiking as well.

Thursday, September 24, 2009


Had a lot of fun painting this the other day, Ultraman Kaiju Woo by M1. Bright pink with purple, and neon yellow eyes. He's in the Cometdebris online store if anybody's interested.


Monday, September 21, 2009

Painting With Dehara

Bwana and I visited Dehara other day, where we each painted Dehara's Satoshi-kun figure. It was pretty fun painting together, kinda felt like kids in art class. After painting, we traded figures and got stuffed at a nearby izakaya (Japanese bar/restaurant). The figures from left to right: Satoshi-kun by Bwana, Koji by Dehara, Kappa Hunter Satoshi-kun by Koji, and Bwana by Dehara.

Friday, September 18, 2009

Dehara & David Have Mono!

Dehara & David Have Mono! opened tonight at Stitch Tokyo in Dakanyama. The show features black and white paintings, illustrations, plush, and figures by both artists, as well as some exclusive soft vinyl releases. David Horvath's new My Friend Dave soft vinyl figure made it's debut today in a variety of bright colors, and I was stoked to find Dehara's new hand painted Kappa-chan strap available as well. Dehara & David Have Mono! runs through September 27th.


Saturday, September 12, 2009

Cometdebris "Sucklord 600"

Here's another pic of my custom Sucklord 600 on a custom card with blister pack.

Super Suckoff 2 Custom Toy Show

In addition to my Suck figure below, Gargamel did a few customs themselves. From left to right: KaToPe's Sucklord, Chanmen's Soundwave Blaster Sucklord, Kiyoka's Hedolan Sucklord, and Naoya's Zagoran Sucklord. Some of these are still available if anyone is interested. Link below.


Tuesday, September 1, 2009

My Sucky Suckadelic Sucklord 600 Suckfig

This will be displayed in a blister pack on a custom Cometdebris backing card. See previous post for show details.

Suckadelic Group Suckoff 2

From Suckadelic's website:

The long awaited sequel to 2008's Munky King custom extravaganza! Over 40 new artists and returning favorites take a shot at customizing the famous Sucklord 600 vinyl masterpiece!

Come get loose at the exciting opening party at the gigantic APW Gallery in Long Island City NYC.

September 4 2009. 6-9 PM


Toy Karma Customs

Here are my customs for Toy Karma 2. Clear purple Tokoji Seijin, glow Tokoichi Seiju, and clear blue glow Tokoji Seijin.

Toy Karma 2

From Rotofugi's Toy Karma website:

What is Toy Karma? Well, in our case, it’s an art exhibit featuring artists expressing their love for classic Japanese toys. But it’s so much more than that. As Mark Nagata, founder of Max Toy Company and curator of this exhibit explains on his blog, it’s the idea that if you’re honest in your dealings that one toy that you’ve always dreamed of getting will eventually come to you. For many serious toy collectors it’s a guideline, a mantra and yes, even a lifestyle. This exhibit pays homage to the mysterious force and power that toys have over us.

Toy Karma, the exhibit, is held every other year at Rotofugi Gallery, Chicago. The first Toy Karma exhibit was held in September 2007. Toy Karma 2 (aka TKII) will be held at Rotofugi Gallery September 5-20, 2009. We hope you can join us!

Toy Karma 2
Rotofugi Gallery
1955 W Chicago Ave • Chicago, IL
Opening Saturday, September 5 • 7pm-10pm
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