The fine folks from Tenacious Toys were making their first NY Comic Con appearance. They had a number of products that they have in stock on display, as well as their exclusive, limited run, grayscale Smash.
The Dumbrella booth featured the artwork of of the webcomic artist collective. Diablo The Satanic Chicken, by Jonathan Rosenberg, was a highlight of the booth. There was also a bevy of artwork from the one and only Andrew Bell.
If you were looking for NYCC exclusives, there's a good bet that you hit up the MyPlasticHeart booth. You could pick up customs from Lou Pimentel or Brent Nolasco. They had the Black Proto version of tokyoplastic's Koguma (included with any red or white chair set) as well as an exclusive XRay Koguma.
Some other available pieces were: Julie West and STRANGEco's Bumble & Tweet - Tree Edition; Steve Lew's Lumpy Bumpkin; MAD and BIC Plastics' Black and Gold Sham; Veggiesomething and Crazy Label's Baby Monk Yoto; Dust's handmade Concrete AlterEGO; Sket-One and Wheaty Wheat's Red and Black GID Buckeye Rot; Shawnimals' Pocket Pork Series 3; Adfunture's Chinese New Year Mini Yoka.
At NYCC '09, Jared Deal of Carnival Cartoons had his new Pierce and Dogboy vinyl figures available for collectors to purchase. You could also get a peek at some of the Argonaut Resin designs and you were able to purchase the gold NYCC Exclusives El Diablo, Vladimir and CellPhonesKill resins.
kaNO was also on hand with two special resin MoneyGrip colorways, the Bodega figures (from BICPlastics), and the extremely cool limited edition black Hi-DEF colorway that's being produced by ToyQube.
One of our most anticipated figures of 2009 is Dark Horse's 1:6 scale Bruce Campbell. It's based on Bruce's character in the film My Name Is Bruce, and the prototype was on display at NYCC. The company was showing off a number of upcoming products.
At NY Comic Con, Android 8 gave Con-goers a glimpse at their upcoming Bomber-Zero: Rohby transformable prototype. The figure will transform between a robot and a World War II Japanese Bomber.
Go Hero was sharing a NY Comic Con booth with Plaseebo Customs as well as Executive Replicas. Go Hero had one of the craziest displays at the show. Among the upcoming 1:6 scale products being shown off were the Buck Rogers (in three different versions), Larry "Buster" Crabbe as Flash Gordon, and Commando Cody.
There was also Buck Rogers' Atomic Disintentegrator and several Ray Harryhausen pieces including: Sinbad the Sailor, the Skeleton and the enormous Cyclops.
And one of the big news release item was that they'll release a 1:6 scale Keir Dullea as the Discovery Astronaut from 2001: A Space Odessey...as well as the light up EVA Pod.
Plaseebo had a number of custom pieces, including the Stonewalker, Diablo Mummy, Skulloctopus, Son of Sum and various custom Night Gamers.
And Executive Replicas had a boatload of 1:6 scale B Horror movie including Zacherley, character from Night of the Living Dead and Boris Karloff.
Kuso Designer Toys made their way from California and had a number of exciting new products for sale and on display at their NY Comic Con booth. Among them were several vinyl Fulcraim colorways and the prototype of Kuso's upcoming Celsius piece. Nakanari was also in attendance as were some of his custom pieces.