Posted by Geoff November 04, 2008

Intheyellow have been busy of late and IMO are producing some the best designed and best quality vinyl toys out there. The latest news concerns a new collab between Tim Biskup and T9G on the latters Rangeas figure. Tim has given the original hos own unique twist to create what looks to be a stunning piece...personally I don't like the yellow version as it loses all the details of the piece as can be seen below. Just hoping a 'mono' version comes out where the detailing is clearer.

They're also working with Buff Monster on a new toy that to me blows his MINDstyle figs out of the water. This piece is clearly based on Buff's 'kaiju' (and I use the term loosely!!) creations that were first seen back in April at his NYC show during Comic Con. The first version is a clear plastic with pink highlights and grey spray limited to 100 pieces....I want!!!! Edit: These are now available to pre-order on two sites - Tokyocube for those in the UK and Kusovinyl for those in the US. I am now

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