Under the darkness of the night and on the orders of the Qing Emperor, a large Manchurian army was sent to ambush the House of Liu while the inhabitants were asleep. Even though the House of Liu had prefected the art of sword crafting and possessed unrivaled sword fighting skills, they were no match for the Qing soldiers due to the element of surprise and the vast numbers of the attackers. The soldiers also burnt the House down to the ground as they left with Di Di and Mei Mei being the only survivors...
The Qing Soldier and Qing Pirate by Veggiesomething will be making their US debut at the Squibbles Ink + Rotofugi SDCC booth (4736), along with the House of Liu Mini Contemporary Series! Special thanks to House of Liu manufacturer Crazylabel for hooking it up!
We'll have a moderate supply of both larger figures and the minis on hand....plus the first 12 people that buy a Qing Soldier and first 4 that buy a Qing Pirate will get a FREE Veggiesomething Mini Screenprint (shown above)...gold for the Soldiers and silver for the Pirates.
The Qing Soldier is an edition of 400 pieces and will be available at SDCC for $66, tax included. The Qing Pirate is an edition of 100 pieces and will be priced at $88, tax included. Finally, the Contemporary Series figures are blind boxed and priced at $11 each, tax included...or a full unopened case of 8 figures for $83.
If you're not attending SDCC, but want any of these awesome figures we'll be selling them via a US exclusive pre-order immediately following SDCC.
Finally, we're excited to announce that House of Liu creator Veggiesomething (James Liu) will be signing for fans at our SDCC booth (4736) on Friday, July 22, 11a-Noon. Come by for a sketch, signature or just to hang out and chat!
That's it for today...more info to come! To view all of our posts about SDCC so far, click here.