Originally debuting at 5 Points, EddieInTheCity‘s debut keshi is now available online
- Size: 2″
- Articulation: 1 point (turret plus removable driver- C.Tank), 2 points (antenna- Robot Monster)
- Edition size: TBC
- Price: $30 (C.Tank), $25 (R.Monster)
- Designed and sculpted by EitC, Robot Monster has been cast by Tru:Tek in both blue and orange keshi-style rubber for this release. Comes with adjustable antenna
- Once again designed and sculpted by EitC, Chunk Tank comes cast in orange, blue and green keshi-style rubber, complete with interchangeable turret and driver
- On sale in limited numbers alongside a whole host of hand painted miniatures in the EitC store right here
With the utterly brilliant “Box-O-Zombies” touching down a few weeks back, our good friend Adam Pratt wasted no time in getting to work on them, with his first batch getting a full reveal last week. Consisting of 6 pvc “green soldier” style mounted figures, the Box-O-Zombies’ high level of realism and adherence to scale over the likes of S.L.U.G and OMFG has given Adam the leeway to produce some of the most jaw-dropping customs we’ve seen from the artist to date. Unfortunately, these guys have already found a home in one lucky person’s collection, but if you’re interested in bagging a set, head over to his site now to make an enquiry…
“Box O Zombies is owned by Immersive Realms, Inc. founded and operated by Shawn Recinto. The figures and artwork are created by a few Chicago artists who have a passion for zombies, figures, and just making things awesome.
Box O Zombies was initially inspired by Shawn’s kids. Whenever he saw his sons play with their toys i.e. little green army men, they usually ended up pretending zombies were attacking their soldiers as they would try to protect/defend an area in their sister’s dollhouse. So Shawn looked online for some zombie figures similar to the little green army men and discovered that there were not many options. The options that were out there didn’t have that scary zombie look the toy soldiers would fear, so he pitched the idea to a local artist and thus Box O Zombies were born.
Since December of 2010, our small group at Box O Zombies have been working hard to make this possible. We are proud to announce the beginning of a fun and creative company.”