Tim Biskup has since listed up here in his eShop with PLENTY of his designed-collectibles thru the years (a quick screen grab above of his 3-page-listings), essentially “cleaning int the archive to make some breathing room”. Expect this to be his private stash, and I certainly hope you can find missing gap in your collection to fill! I’d also suggest you stay connected to his Insta @face.guts
To celebrate the holiday weekend, Toy Art Gallery is offering 20% off with their Memorial Day Weekend sale. The sale applies to nearly all their online stock minus pieces from their current show (previous show pieces are discounted), pre-order items, and floor samples. This is the perfect time to pick…
ToyConUK 2015 launches Saturday April 25th this year @ York Hall (5 Old Ford Rd), with tickets for this one-day-only event available here on toyconuk.com.
General Admission @ £15.00 (ages 13 and over), and Child Tickets @ £2 (ages 5-13). There’s also the Family Ticket option at £30.00 – which includes entry for 2 adults and 2 children between the ages of 5-13. The maximum number of tickets
Educational benefits- •Physical benefits: toy blocks build strength in a child’s fingers and hands, and improve eye-hand coordination. They also help educate children in different shapes. •Social benefits: block play encourages children to make friends and cooperate, and is often one of the first experiences a child has playing with others. Blocks are a benefit for the children because they encourage interaction and imagination. Creativity can be a combined action that is important for social play. •Intellectual benefits: children can potentially develop their vocabularies as they learn to describe sizes, shapes, and positions. Math skills are developed through the process of grouping, adding, and subtracting, particularly with standardized blocks, such as unit blocks. Experiences with gravity, balance, and geometry learned from toy blocks also provide intellectual stimulation. •Creative benefits: children receive creative stimulation by making their own designs with blocks.
- 100 piece set with carry tote. Great sensory learning instruments and bath toy for any children of all ages.
- 9 different shapes and sizes that comes in 6 colors red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple. Smallest blocks measured at: 1.6″ x 1.6″ x 1.6″ Largest blocks measured at: 6.3″ x 3.15″ x 1.6″
- Passed children safety choke test. The soft texture of the blocks is designed for children with sensitive skin.
- Made from non-recycled, non-toxic, light weight, durable, and high density EVA foam: durable, hard to peel off, safe, with bold colors! Conforms to all US safety standards and regulations. Test reports upon request.
- The blocks are also waterproof and can be used during bath time.
myplasticheart s tarted the savings rolling early with their Pre-Black Friday Sale which continues through Sunday (11.30). As in year’s past they are offering special savings (up to 50%) on select sale merchandise. There’s a nice variety to choose from including Micro Munnyworld DIYs, Dunnys, sofubi and more. Also, if…
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HobbyLink Japan‘s Black Friday sale is underway, and pretty much everything is on sale (as long as it’s in stock). Your discount depends on two things in particular: how much you spend, and if you use a PayPal Billing Agreement. The latter will net you 2 percent off any orders ¥10,000 or more, and even if you don’t, you still get the following:
- 5 percent off orders up to ¥9,999
- 8 percent off orders over ¥10,000
- 13 percent off orders over ¥20,000
- 15 percent off orders over ¥30,000
If you want to check out the deals, head on over to HLJ’s Black Friday portal. They’ve also got more specifics on just how the discounts are applied and other answers to your questions.Reblogged 6 years ago from www.tomopop.com
If you’ve been waiting for the right sale to pick up any of Carson Catlin’s awesome work, Black Friday this year might be the time. You can check out his wares at his online shop (shop at home, in your pajamas!), and if you happen to be one of the first 10 buyers, you’ll get a free gift.
The sale starts at midnight Friday, and ends midnight December 2nd (that is, evening of the 1st). Grab something for 35% off while you can. Full flyer below.
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For Black Friday De Korner is offering two ways to stretch your toy buying dollars. First, they are offering 50%+ off select items. Second, they are offering Mystery Boxes featuring items worth at least double the price of the box. The five item box ($50) will have at least $100…
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A thousand and one ARRRRGGGHHS! Matty Collector’s 7 Days of Cyber Monday Sale opened to the general public (ie, us plebs who didn’t buy a sub) at noon today and, despite remembering it all morning prior to the sale, I wound up not checking it until around 12:40. The result? I missed out out on some incredible figures at amazing prices.
The still on-going sale features steep discounts to last year’s Club Infinite Earths figures (we’re talking DC Universe figures at US$6 apiece!!!) and the Watchmen figures (US$15, down from US$25) as well as a modest 20% discount to the older MOTUCs (bringing them down to non-inflated prices). Oh, plus the new over-sized Doomsday Unleashed is on sale for US$40. His companion, the containment suit version (previously on sale at SDCC), apparently sold out during Early Access.
So, what was sold out by the time I got there? Larfleeze. Ras Al Ghul. Elasti-Girl. LEAD! John Constantine (By the way, have you seen the show Constantine yet? It’s pretty awesome, like Doctor Who x Supernatural). Red Hood. All of which were available for US$6 (except the oversized Elasti-Girl and Lead who were US$9 which is still an incredible deal).
Sure, I still managed to grab the Doomsday Unleashed and a bunch of the discounted DCUs as well as a few choice MOTUCs (at long last my He-Man collection will finally include a He-Man), but I hate missing out on those US$9 over-sized DCUs because that’s a mind-bogglingly low price for two of the coolest over-sized selections (no disrespect to Bane and Darkseid). Plus Larfleeze? I can’t believe I missed out on McGreedy.
Of course, the more recent items weren’t on sale at all. I wound up just buying Intergalactic Skeletor because, with the FREE SHIPPING (on orders of over US$99), it beat having to keep looking on the aftermarket for a great deal (although I fully expect that I would have had an opportunity to get him cheaper by this time next year). And, of course, Castle Grayskull wasn’t marked down at all. Perhaps I should be grateful for that? After all, I might not be able to resist the gigantic playset if it was on sale for less than US$200.
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TFCC has emailed its members to let them know that the holiday sale has started early! Particularly of note are that individual figures from the 2013 Machine Wars boxset are currently available, as are figures from Fun Publications’ e-Hobby partners- figures such as the Transformers Cloud line. Keep reading for the email text and a link!Reblogged 6 years ago from tformers.com