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Posted by Leah Bayer on October 8, 2012 | 1 Comment
As usual, ESC-Toy and Erick Scarecrow have a ton of goodies lined up for New York Comic Con. So let’s just dive in and get started! First up is the online exclusive: the return of Soopa Maria in the “3 Years Later” colorway! This will be available ONLY online in their shop at 10Am EST on the 13th for $200, and with a run of only you better not be late! Everything else will be available at their booth #3015 starting on Thursday. So what’ll be at the booth? Well, there’s a few more members of the S.Maria “family”: Chap-Lynn Ringleader ($130) and 2 Tails ($125). We also have two colorways of the Aldara x Sama in the Ghoul and Purple Oozer colorways at $20 each. I missed the first one, and I really love the ghostly Ghoul version!
There’s also a figure we haven’t seen in a while, Papa Sama “Medici Guard” a collaboration with Monster Kolor for $200. One of the earliest Papa Samas was actually my first ESC purchase! That’s it for the resin, but we’ve got some vinyl figures as well. There’s not one but two colorways of Kisaki–”Cold As Ice” and “Purple Lust” for $250 each. The Cold As Ice one is SO gorgeous! Then there’s Medusa “Dusted” for $300. The Poison Berry colorway is still one of my all-time favorite vinyl pieces, so if you’ve missed out on her before this is a great opportunity. And last but not least, we’ve got the return of Drake from Uncharted! There’s the hyper-limited and hyper-colorful “Japan 002″ for $500 and the slightly less limited Shadow Drake for $250.
While that’s it for toys, there are also a ton of pin collaborations with Frombie for only $5 a pop for those of us on a tight budget. Of all of the offerings, Chap-Lynn is the one both Stephen and I adore, and she might just be coming home with us! If only there was a Yarn Shroom like last year… I really like Yarn Shrooms.
Posted by Stephen Donaldson on November 24, 2011 | No Comments
The other day an interesting piece of art hit my inbox from Erick Scarecrow and not much was said about it. All that was told was that it will be a print that will come with the Old School Kaiju Bloody Dizigin colorway that is a collaboration with Monster Kolor, which we showed you back at NYCC, and that it is designed by Yajima. The only other bit of information was that this piece and print will be releasing in early 2012, but what I’m most curious about is the art style here and the inclusion of Yajima as the artist. Is this hinting at something bigger coming to us next year such as an anime or manga? Who knows! But we’ll be sure to keep you updated on any and all possibilities and in the mean time let us know in the comments what you think about a U.S. artist potentially entering the anime scene.
Posted by Stephen Donaldson on September 9, 2011 | No Comments
Erick Scarecrow of ESCToy, who just celebrated their 100th release, is now whipping something up to help out Big Kev’s Geek Stuff who were recently robbed and lost all of their studio equipment. As a result, the west coast Toy Break crew put together an auction for Big Kev’s Geek Stuff to get back off the ground, which will be happening later this month, and artist’s pieces for this event have been getting revealed little by little.
This purple Crow Crow Bear is a collaboration between Erick Scarecrow and Monster Kolor and is looking quite appealing in this teaser; the glossy purple with lighter purple swirls is just gorgeous. Sadly, this will be a one-off custom piece just for the auction and not a regular release, but for those of you out there who love Crow Crow Bear as much as I do, this is a great opportunity to not only get an amazing one-off colorway, but also help out a worthy cause at the same time.