ILU ILU Neo Gorilla, Tokio, Görz, & Other! Database 1st Page

Discussion in 'Japan Toys' started by chimply.kaiju, Dec 25, 2011.

  1. JoeMan

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    ILU ILU Neo Gorilla, Tokio, Görz, & Other! Database 1st Page
    I picked up a set of the VAG and the quality was fine aside from a few paint rubs. But these are very heavily masked and painted so I guess it shouldn’t be too much of a surprise seeing how they are packaged. Overall high quality for 5 bucks, and the only ones I’ve picked up aside from shelterbank so I can’t speak to quality on other figures. Personally I can see the appeal of the scaled down full figures to collectors but they always seem a little too small and thin next to minis that were made to be minis. IluIlu is known for making awesome minis, I’d like another IluIlu Vag figure that was designed to be a mini and not a scaled down larger figure.
     
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    Quality is excellent on my set. Snagged very cheap as well, as they should be.. Super fun all around!
     
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    ILU ILU Neo Gorilla, Tokio, Görz, & Other! Database 1st Page
    Wanted to start my question here: I'm on the search for a decent way to make the stickers on my Techno Loaders last forever. Any ideas? I'm thinking of painting some form of clear coat over them but don't want to ruin anything in the process. The stickers look fantastic but I can tell that them peeling will become an issue at some point in the future. I've thought about taking extremely high res photos and attempting repro stickers for the future, but would prefer something less intensive that just keeps the real stickers where they should be for as long as possible. Any advice would be much appreciated.
     

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