Posted by Trustpigs December 18, 2013

Erick Scarecrow's ESC-Toy has announced a bevy of wonderful last minute December releases, all coming soon, which won't ship until after the Holidays.

  • Clear Pink Melon Mini Soopa Jr figures by Erick Scarecrow. Each 4" hand made clear resin figure is carefully packaged. Wrapped carefully for shipping transit. Only $25.00 apiece.
  • The LVL9999 Twin Camo Gray is a 3" custom figure by Erick Scarecrow. Based on the 8" version that came out several years back, the figure comes with removable wings and spear accessories. The LVL9999 Twin Camo Grays are limited to only 15pcs worldwide, this colorway coming in two styles: one with red eyes and one with black eyes, which will be packed randomly. Only $40.00 apiece.
  • Ryuk x Scarecrow print by Erick Scarecrow. There will be only 20pcs of this giclée print at 11 x 17 size (210GSM). Printed with a six color printer to insure vibrancy in artwork. Each print is numbered and packed in a protective sleeve. Only $25 apiece.
  • Zone 6 Monochrome Pink colorway by Erick Scarecrow. Open edition resin figure. Each 8" Zone 6 hand painted resin comes securely packed. Only $90.00 apiece.

All coming shortly to the ESC-Toy online shop.


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