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Posted by Leah Bayer on November 6, 2012 | No Comments
Back at New York Comic Con we brought you an exclusive sneak peek at the second colorway of mphlab’s Junior figure, the first being Ghost Blossom. Now he is almost ready for orders! This will be the only wide release, meaning he should be in quite a few stores and won’t be as hard to snag as Ghost Blossom. This is the classic ‘Hellfire’ colorway, and if you recall way back to the first release of Cranston Fellows Jr. this was his coat of paint! Meaning you can finally have matching baby Cranston & big Cranston.
Posted by Leah Bayer on October 25, 2012 | No Comments
We wrapped up our New York Comic Con coverage a few days ago, but of course photos weren’t the only thing that came home with me & Stephen from the convention! Loot is one of the main lures for toy fans, and NYCC certainly had exclusives to spare. Seemingly every booth in the Cultyard had several exclusives up for offer, and while we went in planning to only nab a few we ended up with more than we bargained for! So hit the jump to check out our tasty loot haul for NYCC.
Posted by Leah Bayer on October 14, 2012 | 1 Comment
One of my favorite booths in the Cultyard this year was myplasticheart. They had some truly awesome exclusives for New York Comic Con like Ghost Blossom Junior, Misfortune Cat, Sunshine Bevil, and the Pumpkin Dumplings (all of which we ended up snagging!). They had other goodies on hand as well like some of the Shawnimals mustache plushes, a new colorway of Glop in a Box, Nibbler, and some Japanese-flavored Ice Scream Men. The star of the show for me was Brent Nolasco’s customs and original sculptures, which look even more amazing in person. I think they probably had the best lineup of any vinyl company: there’s definitely something for everyone here, so check them all out in the gallery!
Posted by Leah Bayer on October 13, 2012 | 1 Comment
During New York Comic Con, there are often a ton of other events going on like the Dok A show at mph (which we’ll have a full gallery of!). But there was s surprise there totally unrelated to steampunk customs: the second colorway of the magnificent Junior figure! There’s a Ghost Blossom colorway at the convention, and the second painted release will be the classic red Cranston release, which I am sure a lot of people have been waiting for! After having two of my own Juniors (I’m a member of the Wing Fang Clan), I know I absolutely have to own all the colorways. It’s a great piece, and this version should have a wider run so more Cranston fans can hop on board!
Posted by Leah Bayer on September 26, 2012 | 1 Comment
The toddler version of Lou Pimentel’s Cranston Fellows Jr., called simply “Junior,” is gearing up for a first release at NYCC. It’ll be the “Ghost Blossom” colorway, and we don’t know what it looks like yet! However, for all you hardcore Cranston lovers out there, you have a chance to get all of the colorways with myplasticheart’s Wing Fang Clan. Membership is $150, and they start taking members tomorrow at 12PM EST. So what does a ticket to the Cranston Club get you?
Well, first (and most importantly) you get the first three unpainted colorways of Junior. You will also get an opportunity to purchase all the unpainted colorways that come out during your membership, an exclusive singed print, access to a special members-only group, and first dibs on painted colorways (except for 3rd party exclusives). Oh, and the 6 unpainted colorways will ONLY be available to members, so if you love Cranston it is SO worth joining. For all the latest news, be sure to check out Cranston’s very own Facebook page. I for one will most definitely be trying to join the Clan!
Posted by Leah Bayer on September 14, 2012 | 3 Comments
Way back when I started collecting, Lou Pimentel x mph’s Cranston Fellows Jr. was probably the first serious piece Stephen and I acquired. Since that fateful day in August, we’ve been hunting all sorts of Cranstons: we’re only missing one production piece, and we have two customs! Of course Cranston’s time has come and gone, and there are no longer large resin figures of him. However, mphlabs is bringing him back to life in the form of a toddler!
Yes, “Junior” as he is dubbed is a baby form of the infamously devilish Cranston. He’s got cuter, more cartoony proportions but just as much spunk and attitude. Right now he’s (obviously) unpainted, and he’ll be made out of soft vinyl so you can squish him to your heart’s content. Release info should be coming soon, and perhaps we can expect this cutie to pop up at NYCC?
Posted by Leah Bayer on June 19, 2012 | No Comments
Stephen and I love dumplings. I mean we REALLY love them, and could probably eat ‘em every day and be happy. All kinds, types, sizes and flavors of dumplings are welcome in our house, including toy ones! Of course one of our favorite vinyl figures is Shawnimals x Squibbles Ink x mph labs’ Pocket Pork Dumplings, and we found out in early May that we’d finally be getting an entire series of them. We’ve been waiting patiently since then, passing up other big releases (like Dunny 2012) in hopes that we’d be getting the reveal soon. Lo and behold, her they finally are! And oh dear are they cute.
There are 9 regular designs and 3 chases, but the ratios seem quite even so each case of 16 should contain close to a full set. Each blind box is $6.50 and comes in a cute little Chinese food container: I think you could come up with a nifty display using these! There will be a special release party for them at myplasticheart on July 6th (hopefully with some real dumplings *hint hint*).
Posted by Leah Bayer on May 2, 2012 | 1 Comment
I absolutely adore Shawnimals’ Pork Dumping design, especially the mini versions they have been putting out in collaboration with mphlabs and Squibbles Ink. I did wonder, though, why there wasn’t a blind-boxed series since Shawnimals has done similar series in the past. Well, at last, here it is! These seem to be similar in size to the mph ones (the last of which were the C2E2 dumping and the Easter set), and there are a ton of different designs just from what we are seeing here. They definitely look good enough to eat and there seems to be tons of variety–I know I’ll definitely be picking up a case!
[via Shawnimals' Instagram]
Posted by Leah Bayer on April 6, 2012 | No Comments
I’ve mentioned before how much I love the Pocket Pork Dumplings, which are a collaboration between Shawnimals, mphlabs, and Squibbles Ink, and hot on the heels of the Easter colorways we are getting a new release! Confession: yesterday Stephen and I took a trip to mph and bought all 6 Easter colorways (and them some real dumplings), so it’s safe to say that we are dumpling addicts.
This metallic silver version is exclusive to C2E2 and is called the “Pork & Beans” colorway. There are two version: one with raised eyes and one without. These should retail for the standard $11.99 each and will be at Shawnimals’ booth #650 at C2E2 which takes place April13th-15th in Chicago.
Posted by Leah Bayer on April 3, 2012 | 2 Comments
I absolutely love Shawnimals, Squibbles Ink and mphlab’s collaboration on the Pocket Pork Dumplings, and it’s been a few months since the last colorway. Now we’re getting some lovely spring colors, just in time for Easter! These cuties come in three pastel colorways with two possible faces, making for a total of 6 variations. They come blind-boxed so you won’t know what you are getting until you rip open the lovely plastic wrapping! Each retails for only $11.99 and they are available Thursday at myplasticheart. I am definitely going to be picking up a few of these, they’re just too adorable to resist!