Posted by specialK February 18, 2013

I'm not going to gush (too much) over this Skinner X Metacrypt X Lulubell Toys release because we all see the awesome power of this thing. This figure is bad ass & everyone knows it so I'm going to get right down to the details. Meet Bog Zeroth, an evil mash-up of Metacrypt's Shub Zeroth & Skinner's Ultrus Bog. This hell spawned beast was cast in clear/GID vinyl with the most awesome sprays of black, translucent black, silver, red, gunmetal, yellow & cyan. Bog Zeroth is limited to just 12 pieces & retails for $110 plus shipping. To sweeten the deal each figure arrives with an Unsignia patch! Now, to get your hands on this sucker you need to send an email to with "Crypt Lottery" as the title. The body of the email MUST include your NAME, FULL ADDRESS & YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS USED FOR YOUR PAYPAL. Because Bog Zeroth is limited to 12 pieces there will be a lottery drawing to determine who gets a Bog. Emails will be accepted beginning Monday, February 18th at 12:01 AM PST until 12 PM PST on Wednesday, February 20th. After the period closes winners will be drawn at random that Wednesday at 12 PM PST. If the winners do not pay the invoice with in 48 hrs another winner will be drawn. [VIA]




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