Medicom Toy Exhibition 2012 Bearbrick Mug

A series of fun releases from Medicom continue to trickle out in association with the 2012 MEDICOM

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A series of fun releases from Medicom continue to trickle out in association with the 2012 MEDICOM TOY EXHIBITION. The makers of the much-loved and iconic Bearbrick are offering up a ceramic mug in the toy’s likeness. Along with the label’s other Summer 2012 releases, the mug available in two colors will be available starting on June 23, for ¥1,260 JPY (approximately $15 USD).

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