Posted by Nick July 02, 2012

Finally with SDCC fast approaching we are starting to see some more toys that are actually likely to make me part with my cash! And this new figure from The Triple Crown of YoYo and Chris Ryniak is most certainly worthy of your attention!

The Triple Crown of YoYo has partnered with Squibbles Ink and Rotofugi to produce this vinyl figure of the Triple Crown mascot. I have to admit I had no idea that this Yo-yo contest existed, but i'm really focused on the figure which is an awesome design by Chris Ryniak and has been beautifully sculpted by Shinbone Creative.

The figure stands 7" tall and there will be a limited release of unpainted figures at SDCC through Rotofugi, but the only other wait to get future painted releases will be at future events from Triple Crown like the one in Chicago on July 28th with additional stock going live on soon after. The super limited versions of the figure will be Metallic Glow versions, as these will be trophies given out at events! So get practicing, cos only the top 3 placed competitors will bag one of those.

Retail price yet to be announced


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