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@GeekeryDo: @mikeyturvey I agree with you. I stopped reading them because I got tired of it, though @Sir_Narwhal is correct that it's normal for comics.
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@GeekeryDo: @Sir_Narwhal @mikeyturvey yeh but that's just one arc and it's easy to read it all since, as you said, it's been put together like that.
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Posted by Leah Bayer on February 7, 2013 | No Comments
Last year at SDCC, Munky King had a brand new Luke Chueh figure on hand: Target, the suicidal bear! He’s gotten 2 colorways so far, both of them rather similar, but his third release will be radically different. Well, the black bear part is pretty standard for Chueh’s figures (as is the gold paint) but the red wall is an awesomely nice twist!
This version will be released at Munky King on March 16th, both in store and online. If you pick him up in their physical store Luke Chueh himself will be on hand to sign and chat from 1PM to 4PM! There will even be snacks. Sadly I live far, far away from them but I think we might be snagging one of these guys online.
[via Munky King's Facebook]
Posted by Leah Bayer on July 19, 2012 | No Comments
Munky King’s big draw at most conventions seems to be Luke Chueh and his awesomely creepy art, and San Diego Comic Con was no exception. In fact, this convention marked the first release of Chueh’s new piece “Target” featuring a very hefty resin wall that the artist himself sketched on before the convention. While this was a convention exclusive, don’t fear, there will be a standard release as well with slightly different coloring! And while Target was the main attraction they also had several blind-boxed figures out and an art display, so check them all out after the jump.
Posted by Stephen Donaldson on April 10, 2012 | No Comments
Way back at San Diego Comic Con, we showed you the original sculpt for Luke Chueh’s newest painting-turned-figure: Target. Now, thanks to Munky King, we have a look at the progression from the original sculpt, to vinyl figure, to paint master, which is quite interesting! It’s great to see just how far this figure has come over the last few months and the final paint master is looking amazing. I can’t wait for more information to come out about this figure, but for now, we have this awesome progress shot to tide us over.
[via Munky King's Facebook]
Posted by Stephen Donaldson on July 27, 2011 | 2 Comments
Munky King always has one of the best booths at San Diego Comic Con, and this year was no exception: they may not have had a lot, but what they had brought comfort and style. From the very comfy couch in the middle of the booth, one could sit and see all of the amazing figures on hand. The giant 1:1 scale Possessed by Luke Chueh greeted all visitors of the booth and guarded over two brand new prototypes: Target, a new figures based on a Luke Chueh painting and Good Morning Sunshine by Joe Ledbetter. Target features Luke’s signature bear painting a target around his heart and Good Morning Sunshine features a grumpy Smash-esque monkey with a bird on his shoulder and a big cup of coffee in his hand. Also at the booth were their 4 exclusive figures: White in Black by Luke Chueh, a Chris Ryniak designed Misfortune Cat, a Luke Chueh designed Omi, and Screaming for the Sunrise by Yoskay Yamamoto. Be sure to hit the gallery to get a closer look at the two new prototypes and stay tuned to Plastikitty for more information on online releases of their leftover exclusives.