Illustrator Acid Ma‘s first vinyl figure is now available via Kickstarter
- Size: 5″
- Articulation: 7 points (waist, tentacles)
- Edition size: N/A
- Price: $70 (basic blank), $125 (painted set), $220 (one-off customs)
- Designed by Acid Ma and sculpted by Phobia Toys, the Cherv is set to be produced in soft vinyl courtesy of Red Hot Style with 4 different color options available; orange, green, purple, and pink
- Kickstarter tiers range from a basic blank figure package, deluxe painted packages including shirts, pins, posters and stickers, plus a number of one-offs from the likes of our very own Tru:Tek
- Interested parties can makes their pledges right here
Spurred on by the success of both Rhino and Scorpion’s numerous releases since their debut back in November 2014, Jon Karris and Glen White over at Little Rubber Guys are proud to announce the return of their mini action figure line Rise of the Beasts for a second series! Tripling the initial line-up with 4 new characters; the original Lion/Asayid and Gorilla/Guwrah (previously scheduled for series 1), a modified version of the Horned Lizard/Khabasat, plus the all-new, wickedly cool, Ant!
Standing at around 2.25″ and featuring 4-5 points of articulation each (a huge feat for such a small scale!), each Glyos-compatible figure is due to be produced at the legendary Onell factory in China, coming in a similar rubbery-but-firm PVC seen in the likes of Glyos and OMFG. Currently available through a new Kickstarter campaign right here, a huge variety of different purchasing options are up for grabs, ranging from single, blank figures plus a weapon for $5, painted figures for $8, weapons packs, also for $8, and GID 2 packs for just $11… Go check them out right here before the campaign closes in few weeks time!
Originally featured right here just a couple of weeks back, the debut figure from Akashik Records’ Soft Vinyl Toys (ARSVT) – “Bear Death God” – has just made it’s way onto Kickstarter! Designed and sculpted by California-based artist Dave Linares, the 6″ tall beast draws inspiration from right across sofubi and neo kaiju, featuring a beautifully textured, 2-headed design akin to Skull Head Butt’s Demon Cyclops figure complete with 4 points of articulation and both death scythe and battle axe accessories. Produced in a bright green soft vinyl for the Kickstarter campaign, early adoptees can currently pledge just $35 for a blank or $75 for a custom one-off from a number of different artists including D-Lux, Truslithers, UnaffiliatedSJ and Slave x One. Head on over to the campaign page right here and get your pledge in before close on Monday, December 7th to help make this awesome project happen!
Born out of his passion for sofubi and the designer toy world, UK-based artist/designer Luke Telford of newly formed Chokehazrd Toys comes with his debut figure, the jaw-dropping Noxious! Luke kindly explains a little bit about the project… “After collecting Sofubi toys for a while I found pretty quickly that I could not satisfy my love for these toys, no matter how many I accumulated. It was then I realised I needed to start making my own. A perfect way to express myself creatively and continue my love affair with Sofubi, I decided to take the leap and start up CHOKEHAZRD TOYS… I plan to produce many toys under the CHOKEHAZRD umbrella, but the 2 main toy design streams will be; BIO-HAZRD – Creatures born out of the chemical and biological disasters polluting our planet and NUKE-HAZRD – Creatures born from radiation and waste from nuclear disasters as well as the use of nuclear weapons.”
Kicking things off in the BIO-HAZRD camp, Noxious – designed and sculpted by Luke – stands at around 6.5″ tall, coming complete with a whopping 6 points of articulation and a removable eye that can be swapped between toys. Currently being prototyped over in Japan ahead of full soft vinyl production, Luke has set up a Kickstarter campaign for the figure which will go towards funding the final steel molds needed for casting. Offering up a range of different tiers for all budgets, £35 will secure the base figure in either purple, green or GID vinyl, whilst the highest, coming in at £120, includes a one-off custom, a blank figure, plus a t-shirt and sticker pack. Interested parties are going to need to head over to the Noxious campaign page here and get their pledge in before close on Wednesday, July 1st…
After months on the drawing board, the debut sofubi from Canada-based toy artist Monsterfoot Creations – the awesome Skull Boy – is now looking to get funded via it’s very own Kickstarter campaign! Standing at around 8″ tall and coming with articulation in the head, arms and waste, the neo-kaiju style figure is due to come cast in a standard, unspecified colorway as well as a limited, Kickstarter exclusive GID. Currently up for grabs with a variety of different pledge tiers available – ranging from $60 for the basic figure, $75 for an additional “Super Battle” head, and $200 for a custom hand paint from a selection of top artists – Skullboy will be available through his dedicated campaign page right here until close on Friday, May 15th…
After months of preparation, the guys over at the awesome web-based show Toy Pizza have just unveiled the Kickstarter for their very own line of action figures, Pizza Rangers: Knights of the Slice! Featuring 3 initial “core” designs – the “alter egos” of show hosts Arcade Hiser, Jesse DeStasio, and Nicky Fung – alongside planned artist editions and a Kickstarter exclusive, the 4″ tall toys draw heavily from classic action figure staples as well as Japan’s tokusatu/Super Sentai shows, fincluding extensive articulation, interchangeable limbs, plus that classic masked look… Currently looking for another 45% funding after only 24 hours since going live, the Kickstarter offers a number of different tiers for collectors to get involved, including the Kickstarter exclusive “Jake Roper” for just $20, all 4 Rangers plus accessory packs (including real-cloth trenchcoat, alternate pizza slicer hand, and gentlemen’s fedora!) for $80, and a one-of-a-kind non-articulated metal cast – plus all of the above – for $1,250. Head over to the dedicated campaign page here to take a better look at this awesome project before close on Tuesday, February 17th…
Having just smashed the $25,000 target with just 2 days left until the end of their S.U.C.K.L.E Series 2 Kickstarter campaign (get the full lowdown on the project here), DKE Toys and The Sucklord are proud to present another 3 stretch goals to help push that total even further! Bringing the staggering total of figures in the series up to 14, the new additions include a mini rendition of the Glyos Sucklord available at $26,000, Scott Tolleson’s Blowpeg at $27,000 and the Sucklord Dumny at $28,000. If the specified goals are reached by the end of the campaign, every pledge over $45 – the price of the Kickstarter Exclusive Set – will be guaranteed to receive a copy of each figure in both GID and the standard flesh-tone, an extra 6 figures to an already brimming collection of 22! With the campaign finishing in little over 30 hours time,we suggest heading over to the page right here and getting that pledge in ASAP before it’s too late…