Amos Vortigern's Machine Comic Book

A special tribute comic will be released in commemoration of Amos Toys’ new Japanese website which launched in the later half of June. “Vortigern’s Machine” is a modern day story involving a mystical Alice in Wonderland-esque journey. Available starting tomorrow August 25th exclusively in Japan. Image: Honeyee

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Amos Vortigern's Machine Comic Book

A special tribute comic will be released in commemoration of Amos Toys’ new Japanese website which launched in the later half of June. “Vortigern’s Machine” is a modern day story involving a mystical Alice in Wonderland-esque journey. Available starting tomorrow August 25th exclusively in Japan.

Image: Honeyee

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