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Two New Resin Sets from Amanda Visell


Amanda Visell has released a pair of new resin sets. The first - the Fox and Robot resin set - is the first of many resin collaborations in the works with artist Michelle Valigura. The fix measures in at 3.5" in height. These are a limited edition of 25 sets, selling for $90.00 each.


Also, there's the Timbers mini resin set in an Evergreen Version.  Each set comes with log, tree, axe, and Howl. All of the pieces are less than 2" tall, with the Howl measuring in at 1.75" in height. The Evergreen version is a limited edition 25 sets, running you $25.00 each.

Junk Fed at C2E2


Junk Fed will be at this year's Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo - from April 24 - 26 2015 - with a full line of Space Madness action figures.

The Spork C2E2 Exclusive will be limited to a run of only 10 pieces. Spock and Mork share their signature hand gesture in this fusion of the two iconic space-men. You'll be able to pick one up for $50.00. Also, Extra-Terrestrial the Extra-Terrestrial will debut at C2E2.


The Elok twins and their overgrown orange dispensing machine


The Elok twins and their overgrown orange dispensing machine is a one-off handmade creation from Tesselate. The 7-inch tall piece is a collection of mixed media, including resin, super sculpey, foamex, and all kinds of paint locked down with acrylic sealer. It will be available to purchase beginning on Monday March 30th 2015 at 4PM ET for £85.00 plus shipping (about $126).

The Elok Twins found this abandoned military mech deep within the woods whilst out foraging one day. Weeks later, they had given it a lick of paint, invited along some friends and are about to get busy dispensing some orange.

Because who doesn’t like orange?

UME Toys’ KinTiki H.U.S.T.L.E


UME Toys’ long lost “KinTiki” H.U.S.T.L.E mini figure will be receiving it’s first release today (March 26th 2015) at 5PM ET. Originally created alongside fellow H.U.S.T.L.E design Martin Hairybottom for ToyCon ’13, the custom bootleg M.U.S.C.L.E – kit-bashed and re-sculpted by UME’s Richard Page based on his classic Tiki designs – recently resurfaced at the Disart ToyLabs studio amongst a few other neglected figures that’ll be seeing the light of day later in the year. Produced by H.U.S.T.L.E-creator Tru:Tek in a multitude of different colored UV resistant rubber, KinTiki will be available in the Man-E-Toys store, alongside a few other soon-to-be-revealed surprises, for $12.00 plus shipping.