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Ukiyo-E Rickshaw Kart: Turtle Daimao by Jed Henry

249.00 USD

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Description

A challenger appears! Turtle Daimao is here to challenge Mushroom Shogun, with his bounty of power-ups, he isn’t going to make it easy.

Bringing Jed Henry's iconic artwork to life, the piece features an intricate design with detailed paintwork. Racing to kidnap the beautiful Kame-Hime before Mushroom Shogun rescues her, Turtle Daimao will not let him come in the way of his prize.

Connect both Turtle Daimao and Mushroom Shogun to form the ultimate showdown collectible. Turtle Daimao includes three interchangeable hands; collectors can transform the look of the piece depending on how you wish to compete.

Will Turtle Daimao kidnap Kame-Hime or will Mushroom Shogun stop him?

Interchangeable Hands

Prototype shown final product may vary.

Product dimension

5.8” Tall, 8.6” Wide Polystone Art Toy

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Limited release

Limited Edition Size of 500

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Sale of this item is to: All countries
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The people who made this possible.

jed-henry

Jed Henry

Illustrator

Jed Henry is an illustrator, lifelong gamer, Japanophile, and all-around nerd. He grew up copying art from game manuals, and years later, eventually got a degree in animation. He now works full time on Japanese prints. Jed lived in Tokyo for 2 years, and proudly speaks Japanese at about a 4-year-old level. Jed divides his time between drawing, his family, and scheming how to move back to Japan.

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