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Sickling Spring Release

Today (April 6th 2016) at 11AM PST, Yosiell Lorenzo will be dropping the Sickling Spring Release. That release includes the Tea-Makers in maroon and sapphire colorways. They'll be limited editions of 3 pieces of each colorway for $80.00.

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There are also the Grimoire Guardians (above), with an edition of 5 pieces in each colorway (moss green and murky blue). They'll be available for $40.00 each.

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Also, Tea Barrel Snail Riders, shown in the image right above here, will be a limited edition of 2 pieces and they will run $100.00.

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The Stone and Amethyst Mini Sicklings are sold as a set for $20.00 or individually for $12.00 each.

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And the Magi Scout, a one off Sicklings figure, stands 6 inches tall and comes attached with a mossy base for $260.00.

Kosrobot’s Cosmos Cold – Dreary One Solaris

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Kosrobot has released a new and final Cosmos Cold Dreary One - the Dreary One Solaris. This is the last 6-inch Dreary One variant that will be available from Kosrobot. The black and gold figure features 5 points of articulation (head, arms, hands) and parts that are interchangeable with other Cosmos Cold releases. Each piece comes bagged with colorful header and two vinyl stickers. You can pick one up from the Kosrobot Store for $50.00 plus $10.00 for shipping worldwide

Also, Kosrobot has produced the below image featuring a preview of his spring releases. There are new Tsihata color variants and the new 3-inch tall Kosrobot minifigure.

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Kickstarter: Wood Warriors

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Glen Hay, founder of HayWüd, has announced that HayWüd’s first Kickstarter campaign is looking to raise funds to produce the Wood Warriors series of wooden collectibles. There are plans to hand-produce five different characters as a part of this series: Caveman, Japanese Warrior, Cowboy, Viking, and Pirate. Reward tiers that include the Wood Warriors figures start at the $55.00 funding level.

About the line, the artist mentions the following: “Whether it’s the Cowboy’s Straight Shooter, or Cro-Magnon Man’s spear, all figures use the strongest, Neodymium Magnets. I use only eco-friendly, sustainable premium hardwoods and wood glue. NO paints, dyes, or stains are used, allowing the natural wood to show through. Danish oil or Beeswax may use used to enhance a wood grain.

The project will only be funded if at least $6,995 is pledged by Monday, April 18th 2016 at 1:43 PM EDT.

Remember...this is not a pre-order. There are many instances of crowd funded projects that have been funded never making good on their promised goods. So back with caution.

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Chaingun Luke Bootleg

The Chaingun Luke is a Star Wars bootleg art toy that was the result of a collaboration between SkipBro Toys and Chaingun!. The Figure will be available in two styles: Dark Side - black and blue standard version and a Light Side - variant black and white version that will include a removable helmet (not seen in the pics).The figure drops on April Fool’s Day (April 1st 2016) and will be available from SkipBro Toys for $35.00 plus shipping.

“Super Deformed” Fake Baron

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After months on the drawing board, Tru:Tek has revealed the latest figure in Awesome Toy's ongoing Artist Collection Series -the "Super Deformed" Fake Baron keshi from Tru:Tek and the Disart ToyLabs. Designed by Tru:Tek to fit in with the standard vintage SD super bot keshi, the little guy has been 3D sculpted in-scale by Brownoize at a little under 1-inch tall. It's hand cast in an authentic keshi-style urethane rubber, and available via two initial buying options: a 3-pack produced in the super 'bot's classic red/yellow/blue and a special singular (red) version. Both coming packed in a gacha capsule with an insert designed by Tru:Tek and artwork from Rich Sheehan. They both can be found in the Toy Underground store for just $15.00 (3-pack) and $7.00 (individual).

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Tsihata – Original and Negative Editions

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Kosrobot has released the first two color variants of his new Tsihata minifigure. The Original Edition and Negative Edition are now available for purchase via the above link, priced at $24.00 each plus $6.00 for worldwide shipping.The 4.4-inch tall hand-sculpted, hand-painted figures are hand-cast in colored resin. All of the parts are interchangeable with other Tsihata variants.

Tsihata symbolizes things unsaid, feelings unexpressed, mistakes made. It comes out of the fog when the time comes to an end. But don't be scared and listen.

Bigmantoys’ Puppet Master Tribute

Dropping on Saturday March 19th 2016 at Midnight London Time (I think 8PM ET on March 18th), Bigmantoy's unoffical trbute to Puppet Master movies and kinnikuman figures are back for a second round. Blade and Tunneler have returned in fully handpainted resin, and purple glitter variants, and they are joined by Pinhead and Leech Woman in the standard flesh keshi, fully handpainted, purple glitter, and metallic variants. These are sculpted in Z-Brush, printed in the highest possible Shapeways resolution, and re-cast by hand.

The rubber figures are $16.00 each or $28.00 for a two-pack. The limited edition purple glitter figures (10 of each) run $15.00 each. And the fully handprinted figures run $20.00 each. Each figure comes packaged in a polybag with a glossy header card.

Warui Zonbi: Series 1

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Tru:Tek has announced that Gory Hole‘s first painted run of Warui Zonbi: Series 1 figures will be available on Friday March 18th 2016 at 5PM ET. Inspired by MaBa’s 80’s toy line “Zombies”, as well as cult horror flicks from the 80’s and 90’s, the first series of finger puppet-style figures feature 2 designs: SS Wolfgang, taken from the classic nazi dream sequence in American Werewolf in London, and Selwyn, the zombie baby seen in Peter Jackson’s early b-movie classic Dead Alive.

Designed by Tru:Tek with control art from fellow horror toy aficionado John Santagada of Radioactive Uppercut, the pair were both sculpted by the legendary Makino-san of TTToy. They measure in at 3 inches tall and feature a split torso and capped bottom design. Produced in a flesh-tone soft vinyl for their first online release, an “OG” painted version from Tru:Tek will join the flesh run. Both releases come dual-packed in a deluxe display box with matching gacha-style purple keshi.

Limited to just 10 sets of each the “OG” and “Flesh”, the Warui Zonbis will be available via the above link for $85.00 and $60.00 respectively.