Posted by marc May 05, 2016
ESC-Toy Medusa

Let's go back to 2009, shall we? That's when Erick Scarecrow and ESC-Toy released Medusa, a 10-inch vinyl figure with, you guessed it, snakes instead of hair. While the traditional Medusa of course comes from Greek mythology, this version of the Gorgon is more at home in New York City. The head, snakes, and ankles are articulated, and the upper of the sneakers flip up to reveal additional...

Posted by marc May 05, 2016
New Power Rangers Movie

Oh dear. The suit designs for the upcoming Power Rangers movie have been revealed and they're... Yeah... The suits mix the scaling and curves of fantasy armor with a few cues from recent superhero armor designs. The suits are very busy and the helmets look more than a bit insect-like. The production designers obviously wouldn't want to just copy previous Power...

Posted by marc May 05, 2016
Horrible Adorables

Kidrobot are doubling down on their partnership with Horrible Adorables. You'll be able to pick up the first few vinyl pieces from their collaboration tomorrow, and today you can buy two exclusive colorways of mounted Horrible Adorables styrofoam and plush taxidermy, each in two sizes. The medium-sized Haremus and Sweasel run $150,while the mini versions are $60 each. We can attest to how...

Posted by kristina May 05, 2016
Amanda Visell & Michelle Valigura Elephant and Rider Set

Yesterday Amanda Visell posted a picture of a new resin set on her Instagram that looks really pretty and I wouldn't mind adding to my collection. The set is called Elephant and Rider and it includes a pale pink elephant with a purple suited companion that can...

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Posted by brittandpuppycat May 05, 2016
Luke Chueh and Clutter Gallery Present "Bear In Mind"!

Luke Chueh and The Clutter Gallery present "Bear In Mind", an exhibition featuring a hand-picked selection of painters, sculptors, and designers reinterpreting a sculpture of Chueh's iconic bear head. Using the blank 10-inch, DIY model as a base, we are excited to see how these artists reimagine the platform!

Participating artists include: Angry Woebots, Calvin Ma, Colin Christian,...

Posted by Brian May 04, 2016
TMNT Cereals

This past weekend, I entered the cereal aisle at my local supermarket to get my regular supply of Peanut Butter Cap’n Crunch, when I saw something I have waited for for over 20 years: A new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cereal. Overjoyed, I grabbed the box of cereal, paid a very reasonable $2.99, and went home to have a bowl, never giving the old Cap’n a second thought. Now,...

Posted by marc May 04, 2016
Star Wars Custom Toys

What, did you think you were going to get a new Rogue One trailer? No such luck, aparently. But we did put together a gallery of some of our favorite Star Wars custom toys. Check out the gallery below and allow your eyes to feast on these toys like a Sarlacc slowly digesting Boba Fett.

Posted by marc May 04, 2016
Alex Pardee Astronaut

After a nearly four month wait, ToyQube have finally unveiled their collaboration with Alex Pardee, previously teased here. This figure recreates the artist's Astronaut painting in 3D with surprising accuracy. Bright colors mixed with gore make it a great display piece while any Pardee fan...

Posted by marc May 04, 2016
Ronin JPK

Huck Gee's resin Skullhead Blank is a relatively new platform, but JPK has already mastered customizing the piece. Ronin Blank depicts a former samurai gone rogue. The fold of the gi, texture of the bones, and the symbols on the crossbones make this a super thorough custom job. The only bad part is that you can't buy it! It was a private commission, but we're betting this isn't the last Blank...

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