Clutter Magazine's Booth #603 at the coming New York Comic Con will be packed so much with awesome toy-ness, I cannot even begin! So far this is what I've got in my inbox:
SILVER METALLIC STAR SKULL: Pre-release and Signing of the third colorway of the Star Skull vinyl collectible, painted in a shiny Metallic Silver edition - sized 7" tall, 7" wide, and 8" deep, and limited to only 100 pieces worldwide - available for US$200 apiece. (Remaining pieces will be sold after the event exclusively via popaganda.com).
CLUTTER PRESS: "To make this release extra special, English will be signing at the booth on Thursday, October 8th from 3-4pm…
Also, as an Official Kidrobot Pop-up, Clutter will also be premiering and pre-releasing English's soon to be released Simspon's Grin series and latest Grin Dunny!"
From Milwaukee-based artist Scott Wilkowski comes INFECTED DUNNYS - with these 3-inch tall figures double cast in resin and officially licensed by Kidrobot.
Available in purple with green skeleton and smoke with bone skeleton, each limited to 50 pieces, for US$60 apiece. I really don't imagine these hanging around for too long, people … HELL, I WANT ONE MYSELF!
Remember Brent Nolasco's Forget Me Not custom I featured a while back? Now this 11-inch tall x 6-inch wide evolution of Nolasco's Bun Bun design will be made available at Clutter's booth #603 for US$150 apiece, limited to an edition of only 5pcs!
PRESS: "The rotocast resin Bun Bun figures sit upon a skull adorned with plastic mushrooms, synthetic grass, and wood chips. Not to mention the glass eyes set within each Bun Bun's head!"
CLUTTER PRESS: "Japanese artist RESTORE returns to New York Comic Con this year with the Magical Iron Meat SFB release. While the artist himself will not be in attendance, an exclusive American run of the 8.5-inch tall sofubi figure will be present at Clutter Magazine's booth.
Limited to 10 pieces for NYCC, this hand-painted edition will be available from Clutter's booth #603 for US$100 apiece.
In addition, RESTORE reprises their Are You Fucking Zombies!? figures for New York Comic Con, which sold out at Wonder Festival when the debuted. With five different designs in blind bagged packaging, these $10 apiece gems will be must own items for the zombie loving hordes!"