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Here's the limited edition box set for Malinky Robot from Sonny Liew (blog | Twitter).

This is a large cardboard box collecting some goodies in addition to the paperback comic book Malinky Robot.

Malinky Robot Limited Edition Box Set
The goodies are:

  • Malinky Robot: Collected Stories and other Bits
  • The San'ya Times: Malinky Robot Special Edition
  • One Large Denominational Bill (non-legal tender!!)
  • Character and Story synopsis cards
  • CD-ROM with exclusive images from the comic book

Malinky Robot Limited Edition Box Set

Malinky Robot Limited Edition Box Set
This is The San'ya Times, a newsletter looking like brochure that has information on Sonny Liew and his other books, reviews of Malinky Robot from other readers and some short comics. It's 8 pages.

Malinky Robot Limited Edition Box Set

Malinky Robot Limited Edition Box Set

Malinky Robot Limited Edition Box Set

Malinky Robot Limited Edition Box Set

Malinky Robot Limited Edition Box Set
Above are some pages from the comics with the adventures of two street urchins Atari and Oliver.

Malinky Robot Limited Edition Box Set
Some miscellaneous comics.

Malinky Robot Limited Edition Box Set
Sketches

Malinky Robot Limited Edition Box Set
There are a few pages of guest art. The left is by Arron Mcconnell, and right by Bannister.

Malinky Robot Limited Edition Box Set

Malinky Robot Limited Edition Box Set
The CD-ROM with digital art on it.

Malinky Robot Limited Edition Box Set

Malinky Robot Limited Edition Box Set

Malinky Robot Limited Edition Box Set
These are what's inside the brown paper bag. There's a cute $500 art dollar. The story and character cards are inside the penguin cigarette box.

The limited edition box set is priced at USD $50, and the shipping is $20.

It's available for purchase on Sonny Liew's online store.

If you want the normal paperback edition, they can be found at:
Amazon.com | Amazon.ca | Amazon.co.uk | Amazon.de | Amazon.fr | Amazon.it | Amazon.co.jp | Bookdepository.com | Bookdepository.co.uk

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