September 30th, 2013
Project Glop-BX5 – Classified Document
Incident Report 10.11
Upon arrival at project site, manifest check discrepancy was noted. Crate #1027 unaccounted for. Search of immediate area unfruitful. Item is highly radioactive and should be handled as class 3 waste. USE GREAT CAUTION WHEN HANDLING. RETURN TO LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL LABORATORIES IMMEDIATELY UPON RECOVERY.
Last seen in vicinity of Jacob K. Javits main hall.
Andrew Bell’s Glop in a Box is on the run once again to NYCC! This time our friend Glop returns in a radioactive green and trying his best to stay out if sight. Hiding in custom hand made wooden crates with special variants in the mix, will you be lucky enough to find the chase? There’s only one way to find out… As always, Glop will be available in very limited quantities on Saturday 10/12 during Andrew Bell’s signing (Time to be announced). The Radioactive Glop release and Andrew Bell signing will all take place at the myplasticheart booth #113 and will be available for $120 each.
Learn more about Andrew Bell:
Website - www.thecreaturesinmyhead.com
Twitter - @deadzebra
Instagram - @deadzebrainc
September 28th, 2013
In anticipation of our upcoming NYCC release of the Outlander figures here’s an awesome retro video explaining the story behind these figures.
Our shared exclusive Hemic & Stygian Outlanders will be available at NYCC myplasticheart booth #113 Oct 10-13.
September 27th, 2013
We are honored to work with Japanese artist Konatsu on a special edition of her popular Negora figure for NYCC. Our NYCC exclusivie Negora is cast in shiny black Japanese vinyl with red accents and mismatched yellow/green eyes. Available in limited numbers during NYCC these kitties will be at the myplasticheart booth #113 for $35
September 27th, 2013
Philippine Online Chronicles (thepoc.net) takes a look into the world of toy collecting and asks us to do a little soul searching: why do we collect the things we do? Check out their article and find out.
Opening the box: Grown men who collect toys
September 25th, 2013
In anticipation for tomorrow’s release of the Dunnibal Dunny by ilovedust I thought it prudent to take a closer look at one of the most intricately printed Dunnies this year. Dunnibal is the latest 8 inch Dunny figure by English design studio ilovedust (previous 8 inch designs include Zulu Mong from the 3 Bears series and more recently Togo Monroe). Upon closer viewing the printing looks surprisingly clean for so many layers of printing. The most noticable error would probably be where the top parts of the lips connect towards the middle of the mouth, it is very slight on my figure but I can see it becoming a potential problem with others. Other than that I believe you will very happy if you decide to pick one up at your favorite toy retailer tomorrow. If you’re not keen on this blue colorway there is also a red chase version which is hidden in 1 out of every 6 boxes. We will have them available the same time as all other Kidrobot retailers tomorrow at 11AM EDT on Thursday September 26th. Enjoy the rest of the photos!
The Dunnibal Dunny with its 1 in 6 chase counterpart