Posted by Trustpigs July 22, 2014

Jermaine Rogers has a treasure trove of iconic goodies available at this year's San Diego Comic-Con, including the brand new "Choices" viny figure! Standing 8-inches tall, "Choices" won't see wide release until August, but those attending SDCC will not only be able to snag it in the regular colorway but also the exclusive "Shadow" variant — cast in black vinyl with glow-in-the-dark eyes —...

Posted by Trustpigs July 22, 2014

We received the above image with the ominous message "07/25/14 — ESC × SDCC," which surely indicates an ESC Toy release on Friday, July 25th, 2014 at San Diego Comic-Con. Well, the sundae-esque Dunny looks a lot like the below piece revealed on Erick Scarecrow's Instagram, so…

Posted by Trustpigs July 22, 2014

Mondo might be best known for their insanely well designed and produced screen prints, but they also release officially licensed vinyl records in quality pressings with their usual aesthetic expressed on the covers imagery. To celebrate the 75th Anniversary of Batman, Mondo will be issuing Batman: The Animated Series's main title and end credits...

Posted by marc July 21, 2014
carson catlin

Not in San Diego? Not a problem. Not if you're looking for some Carson Catlin customs, anyway. While the plastic surgeon couldn't make it to SDCC this year, he has set up a special event on his site, showcasing his most recent work, including a Staple Pigeon, Labbit, JLed's Smash, and more, all in his signature reticulated theme. Hit up memakestore.com...

Posted by marc July 19, 2014

It's becoming even more clear that Kidrobot will be abandoning their dedicated retail stores. A member of the Kidrobot forums posted an image today with a "retail space available" sticker on the store's window, to which a company rep responded with a sad face emoticon. This news comes shortly after the shuttering of the...

Posted by Trustpigs July 18, 2014

As we previously revealed, Scott Tolleson's "Deadbeet" design has received the plush makeover — again — from soft sculptural artist Lana Crooks. This new version, a wizened wizard named "Old...

Posted by Trustpigs July 18, 2014

Gary Ham and Lana Crooks continue their ongoing collaborative series — the Ham & Crooks Collection — wherein Gary's iconic characters are transformed by Lana into cute soft sculptural forms. The newest member of the Collection's family is Sylvan, an adorable 19" x 14" satyr that has been completely...

Posted by Trustpigs July 18, 2014

Walter Gatus's Jungle Boy Productions enlisted the soft sculptural talents of Lana Crooks to make an adorably cute character in plush for them: a critter named Kitsune. Sharing its name with the Japanese word for 'fox' (狐), it should come as no surprise that this pudgy 12-inch tall fellow...

Posted by marc July 18, 2014
The Black Abyss in Death's Eyes by Jon-Paul Kaiser Mardivale Dunny

JPK takes a grim approach for his most recent custom. Using Andrew Bell and Kidrobot's Mardivale Dunny, this dark but somehow beautiful custom goes beyond the standard skull and scythe, adding skeletal anatomy and detailed wings. The skull is particularly eye-catching thanks to being very slightly off-kilter and having tiny details...

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