Posted by Trustpigs October 01, 2012

As it turns out, Dudebox is storming the American shores with a bevy of brilliant Designer Toy releases… all either exclusive (or making their debut) at New York Comic-Con. In addition to the previously mentioned "Dai Ocean" figure for the Pete Fowler & Fiends series, which will be limited to 300 copies worldwide, there will be a horde of other wonderful pieces appearing…

"Franken," designed by Riccardo Bucchioni, is not only the debut of a whole new platform but also a perfectly timed Treat for the Halloween lovers out there. Limited to 300 copies, this 7.5-inch figure is sure to please the most monstrously minded fan.

Andreas Krapf's "Eugene McGeekson" makes the leap from miniature form — part of the popular Big Bang blind box set — to a full-size 7.5-inch Dude. Be prepared to scamper, geektastic lovers, as this is limited to only 300 piece worldwide in a brand new colorway!


Glasgow-based artist Conzo brings forth the "Taps Aff" design on a 7.5-inch Ted figure. Limited to — you guessed it — 300 copies, this Scottish delite of a character will make you want to speak in a thick brogue all day long.


Plus NYCC will see the return of the undead, creepy as hell, flesh-eating entertainer Punchy The Clown, designed by Attaboy. The bozo zombie comes armed with... his own severed arm!

And we're promised that at least one more piece of Fiendishness will appear at the convention…


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