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Splurrt’s “Red/Black” marble Cinema Monster at Lulubell Toys…

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Splurrt‘s Cinema Monster returns in an all-new marble colorway courtesy of Lulubell 

  • Size: 10″
  • Articulation: 5 points (neck, arms, legs) plus column omake
  • Edition size: 50
  • Price: $135 plus shipping
  • Cast by Grody Shogun in an unpainted, marbled black and red Japanese soft vinyl
  • Going on sale via the Lulubell Toys store on Saturday, July 8th at Noon Pacific time

Splurrt’s “Purple Beast” Krono at Lulubell Toys…

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Splurrt‘s mighty kraken is the latest figure to receive the blank treatment from Lulubell

  • Size: 9″
  • Articulation: 7 points (neck, arms, legs)
  • Price: $170 plus shipping
  • Cast in a deep blue/purple Japanese soft vinyl with embedded glitter
  • Going on sale in the Lulubell Toys store on Saturday, October 8th at Noon Pacific time

Planet X’s Twinclops sofubi debut…

Following months on the drawing board, the debut figure from Planet X, “Twinclops” is now finally available in its first painted colorway! A mash-up of the infamous 2-headed beast from 1962’s Jack the Giant Killer and Ray Harry Hausen’s classic Cyclops, the near 10″ tall, digitally sculpted creation comes with an impressive 6 points of articulation as well as a fully removable battle club. Treated to a gorgeous split paint app in vivid purple, pink and metallic green, this first version comes in at just $140 plus $20 shipping worldwide. Currently up for grabs via e-mail lottery, those feeling lucky are going to need to send a message to info@planetx.asia before August 14th HK time, being sure to include their name, shipping address, country, phone number, PayPal account and Instagram/Facebook ID…


Secretoy x DKE’s SDCC ’16 exclusive Cinema Monster…

 

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DKE Toys have teamed up with Splurrt and Secretoy for an exclusive run of Cinema Monsters for SDCC ’16 this month! Standing at around 10″ tall and featuring 5 points of articulation plus removable Greek column accessory, the cycloptic beast has been left unpainted this time around, coming cast in a gorgeous marbled green and glow soft vinyl that’s been infused with metallic flake. Limited to just 25 pieces, the SDCC exclusive Cinema Monsters will be available from the DKE booth (#5045) starting July 20th for just $150 each…


Planet-X’s Twinclops sofubi revealed…

Up and coming sofubi producer Planet X are proud to announce that their first ever figure “Twinclops” will be making its debut very soon! A mash-up of the infamous 2-headed beast from 1962’s Jack the Giant Killer and Ray Harry Hausen’s classic Cyclops, the near 10″ tall, digitally sculpted creation comes with an impressive 6 points of articulation as well as a fully removable battle club. Pictured here in a white test shot soft vinyl, we’ll be keeping our fingers crossed for details on Twinclops’ first release over the next few weeks…


Awesome Toy x Secretoy’s Cinema Monster paint run…

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Awesome Toy have once again joined forces with Splurrt, this time for a painted run of the Secretoy Cinema Monster! Standing at around 8″ tall and featuring articulation in the arms, legs and head, the beast – inspired by Ray Harryhausen’s iconic Cyclops – has been treated to a gorgeous split paint app courtesy of AT, coming in a mix of olive, green and brown sprays and finished off with a gold column omake. Currently on sale via e-mail lottery for $175 plus shipping, interested parties are going to need to fire over their name, shipping address, telephone number, PayPal address and Instagram name to sales.awesometoy@gmail.com, being sure to include “Cinema Monster” in the subject header… Good luck to all who enter!


Splurrt’s “Kronos” test shot revealed…

First seen in prototype form way back in September of last year, the follow-up to Splurrt/Secretoy’s Cinema Monster – Kronos – has finally been revealed as a soft vinyl test shot! As with the original, the second CM beast has once again been inspired by the golden age of monster flicks, this time taking on Ray Harry Hausen’s iconic sea creature the “Kraken” from 1981 epic Clash of the Titans. Standing at around the same height of the first Cinema Monster at 10″ tall, the figure – whilst featuring a familiar head sculpt and textures – ditches the Kraken’s multiple tails in favour of chunky, four-armed design more in-keeping with the look of the series. Pictured here in a gorgeous yellow soft vinyl, here’s hoping we see the Kraken debut over the next couple of months…