Posted by Miranda October 03, 2016

Clutter is proud to announce the debut of the Boglin Blindbox Mini Series! This relaunch of the Boglins line, officially licensed by Seven Towns, have been sculpted with love by Tim Clarke and Maureen Trotto, and produced by Clutter. 

These first four figures of the Zombie Boglin Tribe are based on the original Mini Boglins series from the 80's. Poured in rubber, just like the originals you all know and love, Southpaw, Mini Blobkin, Mummer and Gore are approximately 2" x 2" x 1.5". These mini figures come in an array of classic Boglin colors, pink, green, orange and purple, all blindboxed with a glow-in-the-dark chase!

Limited to 400 pieces and priced at just $6 a piece, these Clutter Exclusive Boglin Blindboxes will be available at Clutter Magazine's New York Comic Con Booth #603, October 6th-9th, 2016 at the Javits Center in NYC.

Remaining pieces will be available after NYCC at

CM_NYCC_BOGLINS_2.jpg, by Miranda




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