Posted by Erica November 14, 2012

Scott Tolleson will be releasing the first painted release of his figure, Deadbeet, on Black (Root) Friday. This will be the first ONLINE release of the Deadbeet, as all of the past releases were convention exclusives. The Black Root Beet comes with a "metal" designed header that features a poem by one of Tolleson's friends, Skinner! Each beet has been painted to perfection by the talented, Nebulon 5. There is a hidden window on the back of the Beet that allows light to shine through and out of the Beets ominous eyes.


"Of the convulsive primordial instinct the earth has held secret from man; None is more inclined to writhe with specific ancient hatred of the oblivious pink mammals than organic matter that has sprung eagerly from wet black soil. The crawling beings, the roots, the vegetation and tall hoary beasts that walk unsuspected are all but weapons and silent planning assassins of the human element that so ignorantly sits waiting. Waiting for the unnatural evolutionary turns that were engineered to react to human kind and all its selfish design...natural evolution in the form of some unsuspecting twisted thing that rises menacingly from below the ground to take back what once was never meant to be lost. To take back the very earth itself. Behold, a black root." -Skinner

The Black Root Beet is limited to only 10 pieces, and will retail for $120 HERE

This figure will be released on Black Friday, Friday, Nov. 23rd at 10 AM Pacific.



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