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MAN-E-NEWS// The Coral Pink Monster Embryos from Taylored Curiosities…

Penny over at Taylored Curiosities is proud to present the fourth edition of her popular Monster Embryos, this time around in a gorgeous Coral Pink colourway! Cast in resin from an original sculpt, the ever-so-cute 1.2″ tall micro figures each come with black hand painted eyes and individually finished contrasting blue umbilical cords. Limited to just 15 pieces this time around, the little guys will be heading to the Taylored Curiosities store this Sunday at 5pm GMT for just £10 plus shipping… Stay tuned for an exclusive work-in-progress look at Penny’s H.U.S.T.L.E Artist Series entry next week!


MAN-E-NEWS// The Black Halloween Monster Embryos from Taylored Curiosities…

Joining the spooky Seedlings we featured here a couple of weeks back, Penny over at Taylored Curiosities is proud to present another Halloween themed release just in time for tomorrow’s festivities… the Black Monster Embryos! Cast in a solid black resin, each adorable micro-figure comes with hand painted GITD eyes and umbilical cord that glows a creepy blue in the dark. Limited to only 8 pieces in this colour, the Black Monster Embryos are available to purchase in the Taylored Curiosities store for just £12 plus shipping… Be sure not to delay if you’re interested, as judging by past releases they won’t be around for long!


MAN-E-NEWS// Custom “Gumball” Battle Beast: Killer Carp from Eric Nilla…

Even with a whole host of other mini figure projects on the go, master caster Eric Nilla has managed to find time to squeeze in the second addition to his on-going custom “Gumball” Battle Beasts series, the Killer Carp! Taking the hard plastic originals of the western Battle Beasts we all know and love, Eric has been re-casting the mini figures in a flexible rubber to resemble the original capsule (Gashapon) line from the early 80’s known as Gumball Battle Beasts… Unfortunately it appears that Killer Carp has already sold out, so to be in with a chance of grabbing the next in the series, Triple Threat Snake, be sure to keep track of the dedicated Little Rubber Guys thread for further developments…