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MAN-E-NEWS// The “1st Anniversery” Halloween Despair keshi from Adam Quesnell…

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“Despair is a demon from the 10th Circle of Hell; the level where people who make bad cinematic adaptations of classic toy properties are flayed for eternity. Not your average demon, Despair suffers from severe anxiety disorder and crippling depression. Satan himself even banished Despair from Hell for being a major bummer…

Cast out upon the earth in a fiery geyser of lava and tears, Despair landed in the parking lot of a comedy club that was hosting a weekly open mic night.  Despair put his name on the sign-up sheet, got on stage, and told his story. Since then, he has been punishing himself, night after night, on comedy stages of varying quality throughout the Midwest. He dances and lashes himself for audiences with hopes of selling t-shirts and CDs to drunk people who will not wear or listen to them.”

Having seen a number of exclusive releases earlier in the year, the debut figure from comedian and avid toy collector Adam Quesnell – DESPAIR – is finally set to return for a special First Anniversary Halloween release for all you diehard collectors out there! Originally created to celebrate the release of his album “Can We Afford This Much Despair?” on Stand Up! Records, Adam teamed up with illustrator Terence Brown II, October Toys, and our very own Tru:Tek of the Disart Toylabs to bring this sad little guy to life. Standing at around 3″ of 100% UV resistant rubber, the super squishy figure was designed by Terrance and sculpted by the OT team, this time around coming cast in a candy corn inspired GID, orange and yellow marble by Tru:Tek… Touching down in Adam’s store on Saturday, October 31st at 6.66am CST (7.06am!), the figure has been limited to just 5 this time around, each coming packed with a download code for Adam’s album for just $25 each shipped in the US… But that’s not all! Continuing the anniversary celebrations, Adam will also be offering up the last of the standard Despair colorways for just $20 each. So if you missed out the first time, now is your chance to pick these sad little creatures up!


MAN-E-NEWS// The SDCC exclusive “Clear Pink” B.U.N.N.Y.W.I.T.H mini figures from Alex Pardee x DKE Toys…

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DKE Toys come with yet another hot exclusive they’ll have up for grabs at SDCC ’15 in little over a weeks time, proudly presenting the “Clear Pink” B.U.N.N.Y.W.I.T.H mini set from Alex Pardee! Featuring all 5 figures from Series 1 alongside the standalone B.U.N.N.Y.W.I.T.H Affinity for Slave Women, the Pardee-designed, George Gaspar-sculpted figures have been produced in a beautiful clear pink PVC for this release. Limited to an edition of 100 sets priced at just $20 each, the “Clear Pink” B.U.N.N.Y.W.I.T.H minis will be joining a whole host of other exclusives at the DKE SDCC booth (#5045) starting Preview Night on Wednesday, July 8th. Look out for more exclusive reveals from the DKE camp soon!


MAN-E-NEWS// The “Independence Day” Despair mini figure from Adam Quesnell x Stand Up Records…

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“Despair is a demon from the 10th Circle of Hell; the level where people who make bad cinematic adaptations of classic toy properties are flayed for eternity. Not your average demon, Despair suffers from severe anxiety disorder and crippling depression. Satan himself even banished Despair from Hell for being a major bummer…

Cast out upon the earth in a fiery geyser of lava and tears, Despair landed in the parking lot of a comedy club that was hosting a weekly open mic night.  Despair put his name on the sign-up sheet, got on stage, and told his story. Since then, he has been punishing himself, night after night, on comedy stages of varying quality throughout the Midwest. He dances and lashes himself for audiences with hopes of selling t-shirts and CDs to drunk people who will not wear or listen to them.”

Having seen exclusive Valentines Day and Tenacious Toy exclusives earlier in the year, the debut figure from comedian and avid toy collector Adam Quesnell – DESPAIR – is finally set to return for a special Independence Day release for all you PATRIODIOTS out there! Originally created to celebrate the release of his album “Can We Afford This Much Despair?” on Stand Up! Records, Adam teamed up with illustrator Terence Brown II, October Toys, and our very own Tru:Tek of the Disart Toylabs to bring this sad little guy to life. Standing at around 3″ of 100% UV resistant rubber, the super squishy figure was designed by Terrance and sculpted by the OT team, this time around coming cast in a patriotic red, white and blue marble by Tru:Tek of the Disart Toylabs… Touching down in Adam’s store on Saturday, July 4th at 17.76pm (6.16pm!) Eastern time, the figure has been limited to just 5 this time around, each coming packed with a download code for Adam’s album for just $25 each shipped in the US…


MAN-E-NEWS// The “Camo” Cry-Borg custom mini figures from Rufus…

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Sculptor and illustrator Rufus has just unleashed a whole load of new work in his online store, the pick of the bunch – for us at least! – coming in the form of these awesome OMFG Cry-Borg “Camo” customs! Standing at around 2″ of olive colored PVC, Rufus’ very own entry into OMFG Series 2 has been treated to 3 subtly different camouflage colorways; 4 Color (top), Regular and Small Camo, each coming painted in a multitude of acrylics and finished with a protective clear coat. Limited to just one of each, the “Camo” Cry-Borgs can be found in the Rufus store right here for just $25 each plus shipping…


MAN-E-NEWS// March’s OTMFG release from October Toys…

October Toys are seeing in Spring in style this month, as they proudly present the third round of OTMFG offerings for 2015! Once again seeing the return of the Matt Doughty/Lamour Supreme designed Zombie Pheyden, this time around in a “Tarred” black-orange thermal PVC, the 2″ undead Glyos is joined by a bright orange Mini Gwin, a 1″ reinterpretation of Linux logo mascot “Tux”, created by Larry Ewing/The GIMP and sculpted by OT’s George Gaspar. Both priced at just $2 a piece and limited to just 5 of each per customer, the pair are currently available in the October Toys store right here


MAN-E-NEWS// The Tenacious Toys exclusive “Despair” keshi from Adam Quesnell…

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“Despair is a demon from the 10th Circle of Hell; the level where people who make bad cinematic adaptations of classic toy properties are flayed for eternity. Not your average demon, Despair suffers from severe anxiety disorder and crippling depression. Satan himself even banished Despair from Hell for being a major bummer…

Cast out upon the earth in a fiery geyser of lava and tears, Despair landed in the parking lot of a comedy club that was hosting a weekly open mic night.  Despair put his name on the sign-up sheet, got on stage, and told his story. Since then, he has been punishing himself, night after night, on comedy stages of varying quality throughout the Midwest. He dances and lashes himself for audiences with hopes of selling t-shirts and CDs to drunk people who will not wear or listen to them.”

Hot on the heals of last week’s Valentines release, the debut figure from comedian and avid toy collector Adam Quesnell – DESPAIR – is set to return for an exclusive run through Tenacious Toys! Originally created to celebrate the release of his album “Can We Afford This Much Despair?” on Stand Up! Records, Adam teamed up with illustrator Terence Brown II, October Toys, and our very own Tru:Tek of the Disart Toylabs to bring this sad little guy to life. Standing at around 3″ of 100% UV resistant rubber, the super squishy figure was designed by Terrance and sculpted by the OT team, coming cast in Tenacious Toys’ signature medium blue by Tru:Tek. Touching down in the Tenacious store on March 8th at 12pm Eastern time as part of Super Series Sunday, the figure has been limited to just 10 this time around, each coming packed with a download code for Adam’s album for just $30 a piece plus shipping…


MAN-E-NEWS// The “Valentines” DESPAIR rubber mini figure from Adam Quesnell and Stand Up! Records…

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“Despair is a demon from the 10th Circle of Hell; the level where people who make bad cinematic adaptations of classic toy properties are flayed for eternity. Not your average demon, Despair suffers from severe anxiety disorder and crippling depression. Satan himself even banished Despair from Hell for being a major bummer…

Cast out upon the earth in a fiery geyser of lava and tears, Despair landed in the parking lot of a comedy club that was hosting a weekly open mic night.  Despair put his name on the sign-up sheet, got on stage, and told his story. Since then, he has been punishing himself, night after night, on comedy stages of varying quality throughout the Midwest. He dances and lashes himself for audiences with hopes of selling t-shirts and CDs to drunk people who will not wear or listen to them.”

Originally releasing way back in October of last year, the debut figure from comedian and avid toy collector Adam Quesnell – DESPAIR – is set to return for a special Valentines Day release this week! Created to celebrate the release of his album “Can We Afford This Much Despair?” on Stand Up! Records, Adam teamed up with illustrator Terence Brown II, October Toys, and our very own Tru:Tek of the Disart Toylabs to bring the sad little guy to life. Standing at around 3″ of 100% UV resistant rubber, the super squishy figure was designed by Terrance and sculpted by the OT team, coming cast in a Valentine-themed light red/pink by Tru:Tek. Touching down in the FAQ Comedy store this Valentines Day (2/14) at 12pm CST, the super-limited figure will be up for grabs at just $25 with free 1st class shipping… But that’s not all! On top of the Valentines release, Adam will also be offering up the remaining 10 blue/orange marble Despairs too- so if you missed out on this awesome colorway the first time around, this is your last chance to bag it!