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Dec 17, 2016

TEASED: Steve Purcell's Max Pop Enamel Artpin

From The Artpin Collection comes this teaser for an upcoming release of a new enamel pin - The Max Pop, designed by Steve Purcell.

The pin, featuring Rabbit Rascal Max from the successful and Iconic Sam&Max series of games, comics and animation, on a popsicle stick will be release in a limited edition of 250.  Joining the previous releases in the collection, curated by Avri Rosen-Zvi, it will probably go for $12 a pop.  This looks like a very promising design for all you pin collectors, and we are really anticipating its release.

Dec 15, 2016

XXRAY Anatomical Black & White Ducky by Jason Freeny & Mighty Jaxx In Stock Now

This gorgeous black and white art toy is one of the XXRAY anatomical figures designed by Jason Freeny and produced by 4D Master and distributed by MightyJaxx. 4 inches tall, clamshell packaging, no assebly required! Only $20 so it makes a stupid awesome Christmas gift... Grab the Black & White Ducky Funny Anatomy figure today!

XXRAY Tossakan Anatomy 4-inch Figure by MightyJaxx and Jason Freeny In Stock Now

XXRAY Tossakan is a crossover project by JPX, Mighty Jaxx and Jason Freeny, created for release during the Thailand Toy Expo 2016. 500 pcs of the Red Tossakan sold out at the show.

This is the worldwide green variant for collectors outside of Thailand. Don't miss this unique piece! 4 inches tall, Freeny Anatomical cutaway style. Only $24.99. Grab your Tossakan here!

Tossakan is the demon king of Longka and has “ten necks, heads and arms”.  In the Indian version of the Ramayana he is called Ravanna. This is the Thai version of the Indian Ramayana, an allegory of the triumph of good versus evil.  Our hero, Rama is a paragon of virtue – the ideal king.  The villain is the demon king Tosakan.  This epic tale is thought to established after the Thais occupied Angkor in the 15th century.  It has been an inspiration for painting and classical drama.

Mighty Jaxx X Jason Freeny XXRAY Wave 2 Figures In Stock Now

 The wait is over! The awesome DC Comics XXRAY Wave 2 figures (Aquaman, Cyborg, Green Lantern & The Flash) are in stock NOW and ready to ship! US customers can still receive these items in time for Christmas, just choose USPS Priority Mail shipping, or another 2-day service.

ALL preorders are being packed right now as I type this and tracking info will be emailed to preorder customers as soon as the packages start moving.

Only $19.99 each, 4 inches tall, super limited quantities (we have maybe 10 left of each piece to sell), and this will be your only chance to grab these particular XXRAY figures from us - MANY more coming in upcoming months!

Click here to shop all of our XXRAY items!

Dec 13, 2016

Kidrobot Madballs 6-Inch Vinyl Figures Arriving Soon

This is a super throwback!!!! Remember these growing up? Kidrobot's version of the iconic Madballs toys are being released in many different iterations this month. We are getting the 6" tall vinyl figures (there are other items that KR is selling right now). Choose Bot Head or Horn Head, $49.99 each. Or choose both - US customers buying BOTH Madballs get FREE SHIPPING! Incoming!

Dec 12, 2016

TOY OF THE DAY: Space Ghost Funko POP Figure Signed by George Lowe


  • Funko POP Space Ghost figure
  • 4" tall
  • box signed by George Lowe, voice of Space Ghost in "Space Ghost Coast to Coast"
  • George signed 36 for us for NYCC and then we found 6 more Space Ghost POPs in warehouse after NYCC, so we sent them to him to sign.
  • Total now 42 signed, with 36 sold at NYCC and 6 more available here.
  • in stock now in limited supply
  • (1) per customer please

BrickWarriors: A Silent Era Star minifig homage

BrickWarriors "Silent Film Star" #16/60 looks to be primarily a mix of an homage mainly to the amazing Charlie Chaplin, with just a dash of CW Fields added in.
I didn't hesitate to get this wonderfully designed minifig of the "Silent Movie Star", as I am a fan of both Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin's work. BrickWarriors' inclusion of a collector card with the limited number edition on it is an appreciated little bonus.

Now, I'm not sure if it was meant to be a complete homage to Chaplin, and if it was, they nailed it on the torso details. I will say that although the yellow skin option was not that big of a deal, to have seen this figure in a greyscale rendition would have been cool.

LEGO does produce a Bowler hat, and it's readily available online through various other sellers, so it's not hard to get one. Had there been a bowler made for this figure that also featured a bit of Chaplin's curly locks of hair sculpted to it (as his bowler was a bit smaller fitting on his head), this would have brought this figure to another level.

Most canes are just a usage of the standard hand grip sized LEGO bar elements (used to connect wheels, gears, etc.), and I was actually surprised that only one other 3rd party Lego accessory maker made an element that could be cut down some in length to make a proper looking walking cane.
Two items that would make it a more complete Lego rendition would be the addition of the LEGO Bowler hat, and modifying the "Shepard's Crook" part from another company's offering to fashion a cane for the minifig. I stood him next to my Chaplin Smurf minifig (by Schleich) just for the hell of it.
By no means do any of the points above take away from BrickWarriors' minifig offering. It's a great addition to any collection. But as a fan of Chaplin, this figure could have been a killer unique homage to the great silent film comedian. And if you want to put a little searching and work into it, you can opt to upgrade his accessories to make it all come together in a more Chaplin accurate way.
Stats Rating/Information
Items Silent Film Star Minifigure
Made by BrickWarriors
Rarity Limited Edition of 60
Classification In Production
Condition New
Worth $18
Investment $18
Build Time n/a
Trivia & Fun Facts Chaplin appeared on the July 6, 1925 issue of Time magazine, a U.S.-based news magazine. He was the first actor ever to appear on the magazine known for its influential cover photos.

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