Posted by Trustpigs August 30, 2013

UME Toys's Rich Page has reinterpreted our '80s nostalgia in his own style, creating the amazing "Scamwave" figure! Standing 8-inches tall and composed mainly of resin with metal parts, this piece not be able to transform into anything more than you can see but there is certainly more than meets the eye present. Yes, the classic slogan "robots in disguise" now indicates the not-so-hidden artistry and craftsmanship used in forming this release… or, perhaps, it isn't a robot in disguise as art but rather art in disguise as a robot. Regardless, prepare to empty your wallets in the UME Toys web shop on September 5th, 2013 when the preorder begins. Now roll out!


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