Catching up with a bit of CHUNK toy-news, with a look at the two recent colorway editions released/to be released, with the above-left edition being released in Thailand, and the above-right being a Taiwan exclusive released earlier!
CHUNK is a character vinyl designed by Jim Chan (Jim Dreams) and produced by Unbox Industries.
The CHUNK TATTOO KINGDOMCOME Version will be made available at the
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Release March 11th @ 6pm London Time via www.fugi.me is “He-Finn The Human” by UK-based artist James Freckingham AKA Robotic Industries! (www.roboticindustries.co.uk / IG @roboticindustries)!!!
An epic mash-up that begged to be a production release since I’d featured this in 2015 when it was a custom piece, and have been eagerly waiting for “official information
GEEKSTUFF PRESS: “Kris Dulfer has a pile of exclusives he will be releasing at his own booth but he’s saved some awesome ones for Geek Stuff as well. First up is the GeekStuff Dead Vinyl Busts. These will be on sale for $120 each.
The second piece could be the exclusive I’m most excited about this year overall. During a random mid afternoon delirium induced text message brain storming session
Currently available via shopcriticalhit.com are LURKER Mini Figure Packs, in BLACK and GLOW IN THE DARK Editions!
Figures measure between 2″ to 2.5″ tall, with 5 x figures to a pack – each pack priced at US$20 per. Created and designed by Skinner, sculpted to size by David Arshawsky, and made by Unbox Industries, I’d only just featured a teaser about this not too long ago too LOL (although
Bad Teeth Comics‘ CHEESTROYER gets the vinyl treatment – courtesy of Unbox Industries – in this series o test shots, featuring Glenn Manders‘ character creation in smoky glitter, GID and clear versions, the last of which, the Crystal Clear Mini Cheestroyer was on display at the Unbox booth for ToyConUK 2014 not too long ago. Stay tuned for updates!
We sure do miss seeing the name Brutherford Industries in our headlines. Now they are back, this time with a few releases you may not want to miss out on. First up is everyone’s favorite Ice Cream Men. They’ve got 11 to choose from in their online store. Each figure…
Jeff Lamm’s poor M5 Bravo has gone through a rough battle with Greasebat and now shows signs of severe battle damage. The new “Kosmik” Edition Battle Damage M5 Bravo is cast in a raspberry glitter vinyl and stands roughly 6.3” tall. It also features 6 points of articulation and can…
Yesterday I brought you a “first peek”, today we have full reveals all around for “M5 Battle Damaged Kosmik Edition from Jeffrey Lamm, up for pre-orders starting January 3rd 2014 via store.unboxindustries.info, priced at US$55 per. Lovely color-choice and splendid sculpt! Here are pics and product text, to perhaps aid in your purchasing considerations:
PRODUCT TEXT: “Poor old M5 has been put through a world of hurt by the mighty Greasebat and bears the scars to prove it! Cast in a raspberry glitter vinyl and hand painted by the Unbox team, M5 stands approximately 16cm tall and has six points of articulation including his cyborg stump. Collectors can also mix and match him with his other “pop & play” buddies!”
Unbox are also offering fans the chance to win the original header card art! The first twenty five customers will be entered into a special raffle and will be notified at the end of January. Preorders will be open while stocks last, M5 will ship at the end of January.
NECA and 343 Industries have just announced a new licensing deal, one in which the Halo franchise will get a ton of merch made by NECA. That includes 1/4-scale figures, mini-figures, prop replicas, and according to the press release, even motorcycle helmets. Probably like Master Chief’s Spartan armor helmet.
The Halo franchise is not entirely new to NECA; they did release some Halo HeroClix back in the day, but this represents a huge expansion beyond that. Is there anything you’re hoping to see NECA produce from the Haloverse, Tomopop readers?