Posted by Zombiekel March 30, 2013


Unbox Industries are proud to announce their future collaboration with The Disarticulators!

Commencing later this year, Tru-Tek, Zectron & Big Man Toys will be teaming up with Unbox to produce a brand new range of vinyl figures in varying shapes & sizes.


To get the ball rolling Unbox will be introducing the team to the public at ToyCon UK




A note from the Disarticulators;


"The Disarticulators are proud to be bringing a number of different exclusives to the Unbox booth including the long awaited aluminium 'K-1000' KESH-E-FACE, the 'Not So Standard' TTFTD mini figure 3 pack, and the 'Midnight Assassin' Higekami, all cast in a mix of both resin and super-flexible rubber. Figures come bagged and headed with mini art print...

Joining the plethora of Disarticulator releases, Tru:Tek will also be offering up Wave 1 H.U.S.T.L.E in a ToyCon exclusive 'Regal' Gold/Plum, as well as strictly limited preview sets of upcoming Wave 2 figures from Lunartik (a joint release with the artist's booth), UME Toys and sub-brand the H.O.R.D.E."





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