Posted by marc November 01, 2016

While tokidoki have branched out over the years, there's no denying that the brand's Cactus Friends series is their greatest hit. The iconic designs feature cute characters outfitted in cactus suits, from the OG Bastardino to the brand new Cactus Pets. This newest series 10 designs, including one chase, theme around domestic pets. Previously explored animals such as cat, dogs, and bunnies are...

Posted by marc November 01, 2016

Adult Swim’s Rick and Morty is likely the most popular network cartoon aimed at adults currently on air. I hear people referencing the show while I’m just walking in public. So it’s a bit surprising that there are so few toys featuring Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland’s absurd characters. J!NX is fixing that with a new series of Rick and Morty plushies, though.

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Posted by marc October 31, 2016

Miami artist Chris Pyrate is following up his Three Eyed Kaiju designer toy with Luck Katju, an amalgum of symbols for prosperity and Japanese kaiju. "The inspiration behind the Lucky Katju stems from two main sources: my love for old school Kaiju films and Manekki-Neko (A.K.A. Lucky Cats). When I first came up with the idea, I was really into studying different...

Posted by marc October 31, 2016

Ah, such soothing colors. This might be my favorite Uamou series since the Tengu and Cobalt series, which had an amazing matte finish. These ones, though, feature calming gradients painted by legendary airbrush artist, Goto-san.

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Pink to purple and blue to green gradients are showcased on the Uamou, Fortune Uamou, and...

Posted by marc October 31, 2016

I don't think I need to explain why Coarse Toys have garnered a cult following. And the German duo's illustrations are just as alluring as their toys. (I have a postcard flyer featuring their raccoon character taped to my wall.) With "Cold Ways", Coarse fans can have a deluxe, collectible book of Sven's drawings along with a narrative by Andrew Greenberg. The summary reads:

Cold...

Posted by Miranda October 28, 2016
Issue 41 online for FREE now! Cover Joe Ledbetter!

Online now for you to read and enjoy, absolutely for free, is Issue #41 - NYCC 2016 - with cover artist JoeLedbetter!  Click on over to issuu and start enjoying!

On the inside:

Arcane Divination with Camilla D'Errico interview
Andrew Bell interview
Flat Bonnie interview
Kyle Kirwin interview
The...

Posted by kristina October 26, 2016
Rato Kim Opens Shops (FINALLY!!)

After successful email pre-orders, limited store releases, and comic convention exclusives, Rato Kim has finally opened an online store! If you're still on the fence about getting one of the BoxCat platform customs you now can order them through Kim's Etsy store....

Posted by kristina October 25, 2016
NYCC 2016 Photo Recap: Part 13 | DTA Dunny Show

As usual, the Clutter booth in The Block was busy at this year's New York Comic Con. When fans weren't over at the booth to buy exclusives and talk toys, they were checking out the DTA Dunny Show.

There were so many styles of customs on displays that there was something for everyone's tastes. Several customs sold at NYCC but items were still displayed for viewing pleasure. Check...

Posted by marc October 24, 2016

Bubi Au Yeung is joining Shlap's stable of artists! Now along with Shawnimals, Lunartik, and a bunch of others, you can add some of Bubi's art to your iMessages. This batch is all about pandas. And since pandas are the best animals, I'm OK with that. For less than a dollar, you get 16 Bubi pandas, and if these take off, hopefully we'll get some Treeson stickers as well....

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