Posted by Geoff May 27, 2008

(L-R): Masao, Winston, Beaumont, Chase, Dexter, Aubrie, Nigel

 

Clutter got up close and personal with these beauties at NYC Comic Con and they look great in the flesh - super job by Kathie and MINDstyle on these for her first se
 


(L-R): Masao, Winston, Beaumont, Chase, Dexter, Aubrie, Nigel

 

Clutter got up close and personal with these beauties at NYC Comic Con and they look great in the flesh - super job by Kathie and MINDstyle on these for her first series of blind boxed toys. I say first as a second wave of designs are likely to see the light of day before the end of '08!


Each of the six regular figures - Masao, Winston, Beaumont, Dexter, Aubrie, Nigel - have a run of under 2000 pieces. A chase figure of just 300 (the gas mask in the pic above) is also randomly inserted into cases....gonna be a toughie to score for sure! There's also going to be a series of US store exclusives limited to 200 or less.


To make things even better these blind boxes comes in a flip-top magnetic latch box complete with slip cover with a designed cby Kathie and Rob Schwager. The store display also looks pretty damn nice!

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