Posted by Trustpigs August 22, 2012

Matt JOnes has spread the love, disseminating a total of nine sneak peeks of the forthcoming Lunartik in a Cup of Tea, Mini Series 2 figures through various blogs and Facebook posts. Collected together, we proudly present the first look at all of these teasers together… the perfect way to steep your appetite before the September 10th, 2012 release of the series proper, which we're told will consist of 12 'regular brews', 4 'special brews' and 1 'Free Secret Tea' (akin to the "Cherry White" mail-in figure from Mini Series 1).

This is Clutter's own exclusive reveal figure, the "Jasmin Tea."

"Apple Bubble," courtesy of Vinyl Pulse.


"Camomile Tea," courtesy of Plastic and Plush.


"Emperor," courtesy of Tomopop, who inform us that it's "the Chinese/Japanese character for "tea" appearing on the back of the cup."


The "Majes'Tea," courtesy of Spanky Stokes.


"Plum Bubble," courtesy of Urban Vinyl Daily.


"Shroom," courtesy of TOYSREVIL.


"Star Cup," courtesy of the Lunartik in a Cup of Tea Facebook Fan Club Page.


And finally the "Wild Mushroom," courtesy of Matt Jones's Facebook Page.


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