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Buff Monster’s Green Slime Demon Seed

Drab citizens of the world beware! Buffmonster's got a new colorway of his KFGU (Kaiju for Grown Ups) vinyl figure releasing this morning (Thursday, May 6th) at 10 AM PST. This cute li'l guy is made of clear lime green Japanese vinyl, is limited to an edition of 50, will come with a signed header card, and'll be available here. Keep an eye out for Buff as he'll be hitting up the Bristol Museum with a couple new murals for the upcoming Art from the New World show, more info as it develops..

Drab citizens of the world beware! Buffmonster‘s got a new colorway of his KFGU (Kaiju for Grown Ups) vinyl figure releasing this morning at 10 AM PST. This cute li’l guy is made of clear lime green Japanese vinyl, is limited to an edition of 50, will come with a signed header card, and’ll be available here. Keep an eye out for Buff as he’ll be hitting up the Bristol Museum with a couple new murals for the upcoming Art from the New World show, more info as it develops..

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