Medicom Toy Bearbrick Series 16

Here’s a possible look at the 16th series of the Bearbrick toys from the Japanese toy giant, Medicom Toy. This set which includes figures such the DJ Ozma Bearbrick and the Swedish Bearbrick will be available in June. Stay tuned for more info. Source: Toysrevil

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Here’s a possible look at the 16th series of the Bearbrick toys from the Japanese toy giant, Medicom Toy. This set which includes figures such the DJ Ozma Bearbrick and the Swedish Bearbrick will be available in June. Stay tuned for more info.

Source: Toysrevil

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