Posted by Trustpigs August 21, 2013

Like any sane person, we at Clutter Magazine love receiving gifts; even more so when they are amazing pieces like the "Bullet Belt" figure designed by Skinner and released by Unbox Industries. The 12-inch tall vinyl figure is wonderfully detailed, attention obviously paid to every aspect throughout the design and creation process. And, of course, it is accompanied by a truly remarkable 2.5-inch tall M.U.S.C.L.E. style mini figure version of itself… a diminuative rendition that captures all the aspects of the large one, save the articulation, perfectly. Speaking of articulation, this figure is far more loaded than it initially appears: while we expected the head and arms to rotate, it was a shock when the hands moved at the wrists. The only downside to this piece, that we found, was that we fell so in love with it immediately that we were crushed we hadn't ordered the painted version… Fret not, I tell myself, I'm sure their will be another painted one at some point!


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