Behold, Kaiyodo's action figures of Perky and Botaski, the anthropomorphic bunny protagonists of "Apocalypse Meow" (a.k.a. "Cat Sh!t One" in Japan) that you, nor anyone else you know will likely ever own. That may be okay, however, since the CGI animated war series based on Motofumi Kobayashi's war manga is still only on the air in japan.

According to Tomopop the toys, which debuted at Tokyo's Wonder Festival, were limited to 200 pieces each. Of those 400 toys, only Wonder Festival attendees could buy them, and to do that, they had to shell out 10,000 yen (about $115 USD) for four cases of a certain brand of drinks and one figure, and 20,000 yen (about $230 USD) for eight cases of said drink and both toys. It's unclear what drink it was, but unless it's some kind of single malt Scotch, I'm not sure it's an awesome deal. Of course, I'd be a dirty liar if I said I'd never dropped upwards of $230 on a set of toys...Don't judge me!

See a group shot of the bunny soldiers after the jump.

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