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DRWG Co’s “The Assassin” Secret Chief keshi…

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“Sneaky; underhanded; ruthless; made from keshi-style rubber. These are all suitable adjectives for, arguably the most loathsome of The Chiefs… the Assassin! Always willing to get his hands dirty, the Assassin revels in taking his victims unaware, happy in the knowledge that he sends them to their grave full of questions. Rarely heard and rarely seen by the living, the Assassin is surprisingly astute for someone that opted to have a worm feast upon his brain…”

The guys behind DRWG Co are proud to reveal that the third figure in their ongoing “Secret Chiefs” keshi series, the “Assasin”, is now finally up for grabs! First seen in companion publication “Secret Chiefs Zine: Vol. 1″, the beautifully realised Bikkuriman-style figure has been sculpted in-scale with both the “Slave” and “Librarian”, coming in at a similarly oversized 2.25″ tall and 2.5″ wide. Produced by our very own Tru:Tek at the Disart ToyLabs, 2 different colorways are available; a standard green, limited to 20 pieces, and a rarer yellow, limited to just 5. Packed with a hand finished scroll and holographic sticker for just £12 ($17) plus shipping, the Assassin can currently be found in the DRWG store right here


Grizlli Atom’s Madballs-inspired wrestler keshi revealed…

Joining the new wave of similarly themed patches that have just touched down in his store, Grizlli Atom is proud to reveal the first of a series of figures inspired by infamous wrestlers of the 80s and 90s! Whilst we have very little info to go on at present (even the name is still to be decided!), we can confirm that the piece has been directly inspired by James Groman’s cult classics the Madballs, featuring a two-sided head that resembles the one and only “Baby Bull”, Big Van Vader. Designed by Grizlli with the aid of CheapPopShop, sculpted by Macsorro and currently undergoing keshi-style production courtesy of our very own Tru:Tek, interested parties won’t have long to wait until they’ll be able to get there hands on these beauties… More news on the first release as soon as we have something confirmed!


Disart ToyLabs x Awesome Toy’s SD Fake Baron keshi…

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After months on the drawing board, we can finally reveal the latest figure in Awesome Toy‘s ongoing Artist Collection series… the “Super Deformed” Fake Baron keshi from our very own Tru:Tek and the Disart ToyLabs! Designed by Tru:Tek to fit in with the standard vintage SD super bot keshi, the little guy has been 3D sculpted in-scale by Brownoize at little under 1″ tall, coming hand cast in an authentic keshi-style urethane rubber. Available with 2 initial buying options, we have a 3-pack produced in the super ‘bot’s classic red/yellow/blue and a special singular version, again coming in red but fitted with a pencil-sized hole in the bottom. Both coming packed in a gacha capsule with an insert designed by Tru:Tek with artwork from Rich Sheehan, the 3-pack and pencil topper can currently be found in the Toy Underground store right here for just $15 and $7 respectively… Look out for news on a Disart ToyLabs exclusive version very soon!

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Radioactive Uppercut’s Strange Creatures of Atlas Island keshi revealed…

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Previously teased way back in November of last year, the Strange Creatures from Radioactive Uppercut are finally making their way over to the UK for full-scale keshi production courtesy of our very own Tru:Tek! Whilst details on the project are still pretty thin on the ground at present, it would appear that these intestinal kaiju have been limited to 3 initial designs, each coming sculpted by Turtle Milk‘s David Arshawsky at around 2.5″-2.75″ tall each. Due for release in a whole slew of different colorways over the coming months, be sure to stay tuned for details of the first release very soon…


Electric Monarchy’s “Bukkake” keshi sculpt revealed…

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Teased in a work-in-progress state just a couple of weeks back, we’re very proud to exclusively reveal Electric Monarchy‘s “Bukkake” keshi sculpt in-full today! Taking its name from a sex act we’ll once again refrain from describing here, the gloopy, gross-out mini figure has been sculpted by Macsorro based on a design from EL’s Fint and Ralph Niese, coming in just over 2″ tall and the same wide. Currently winging its way over to our very own Tru:Tek for production in a keshi-style rubber, interested parties can expect word on Bukkake’s debut over the next few weeks…


The “Librarian” Secret Chief keshi from DRWG Co…

The guys behind DRWG Co are proud to reveal that the second figure in their ongoing “Secret Chiefs” keshi series, the “Librarian”, will finally be up for grabs next week! First seen in companion publication “Secret Chiefs Zine: Vol. 1″, the beautifully realised Bikkuriman-style figure has been sculpted in-scale with the original “Slave” figure, coming in at a similarly oversized 2.25″ tall and 2.5″ wide. Produced by our very own Tru:Tek at the Disart ToyLabs, 2 different colorways inspired by the MaBa gacha keshi will be available; a standard “Purple”, limited to 20 pieces, and a rarer “Grey”, limited to just 5. Packed with a hand finished scroll and holographic sticker for just £12 ($17) plus shipping, the Librarian will be touching down in the DRWG store right here this coming Monday, January 11th at 5pm London time…


MAN-E-NEWS// Awesome Toy’s next “Artist Collection” Fake Baron figure from Tru:Tek x Brown Noize teased…

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Having had success with releases from both Goodleg and Bigmantoys, Awesome Toy have turned to our very own Tru:Tek and Brown Noize Productions for the latest figure in their ongoing Fake Baron “Artist Collection” series! Whilst we can’t reveal too much about the project at present, we can at least confirm that it will follow a similar keshi look and feel to Bigmantoys’ mini figure rendition, albeit at a slightly different scale… Designed and produced by Tru:Tek over at the Disart ToyLabs will digital sculpting duties carried out by Brown Noize’s super-talented Sanjeev, the little guy will hopefully be making his debut sometime before the year is out… In the meantime, we’ll just have to leave you drooling over the 3D render above!