Posted by Trustpigs April 04, 2014

Joining the slew of exclusive kaiju, sofubi, and keshi that’ll be up for grabs at the Rampage Toys × Disarticulators's ToyConUK Booth #16, Tru:Tek is proud to reveal the resurrection of one of the craziest resin figures ever made… now in keshi form: the mighty Tanklopula! The brainchild of Triclops Studios, Jesse Destasio, and The Tarantulas, the mini figure was sculpted by Rampage Toys and features signature elements from all three artists, including tentacles, a Nibbler chest piece, and a Tankhead turret! But, to top it all off, the entire figure has been fitted with fully interchangeable, 100% Glyos compatible joints! Produced in a urethane rubber by Tru:Tek, this batch of 15 figures are each special one-off colorways, inspired by a wide variety of '80s, '90s, and '00s pop culture. Most likely never to be cast again, those lusting for one of these fantastic figures will have to swing by ToyConUK Booth #16 on Saturday, April 12th, 2014 and be ready to plunk down £35 a pop. Those unable to attend the convention will have to cross their fingers for some remainder leftovers making their way online and/or AP releases by the various folks involved.

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