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MAN-E-NEWS// Secretoy’s “Tauro” Cinema Monster head revealed…

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Yet more from the Secretoy imprint today as owner Splurrt reveals that an all-new “Tauro” head for the Cinema Monster has just made it into wax ahead of full soft vinyl production! Presumably based on Ray Harryhausen’s “Minoton” from cult monster flick “Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger”, the beautifully sculpted bull is sure to make for a perfect addition to the hoofed CM body. Due for release as soon as DCon in early November, be sure to stay tuned for the full lowdown on this must-have figure soon…

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MAN-E-NEWS// The MVH x Secretoy “Fire and Ice” Cinema Monster sofubi…

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Following a secret release from Paul Kaiju last month, Rich Montanari Jr over at Mutant Vinyl Hardcore has just revealed that he’s the latest artist to take on Secretoy‘s highly sought after Cinema Monster sofubi! Standing at around 10″ tall and featuring 5 points of articulation, the loving tribute to Ray Harryhausen’s “Cyclops” has been produced in a GID soft vinyl this time around, coming complete with breathtaking metallic blue and bright red sprays with black, gold and silver detailing. Coming blind bagged for $250 a piece, each MVH “Fire and Ice” Cinema Monster comes complete with either a chained blue head/red ball or red head/blue ball accessory, plus an MVH pin, 2 MVH stickers and 2 Secretoy stickers… But that’s not all! Nestled amongst the standard versions, Rich has also painted up a very special green variant! Treated to metallic green and red sprays and coming with a rather impressive bounded beard, this guy will be winging it’s way to one of the lucky collectors who get in on the main release. Look out for the figure in the MVH store right here at 8pm Eastern time tonight (9/30)…


MAN-E-NEWS// Splurrt’s Cinema Monster Alpha kaiju…

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As promised earlier in the week, we can now bring you details of the debut release on Splurrt‘s new Secretoy imprint, Cinema Monster Alpha! Heavily inspired by the golden age of monster flicks, including both Ray Harryhausen’s classic Cyclops and the 2-headed “Galligantua” that graces the iconic cover of 1968′s Famous Monsters of Filmland yearbook, the lumbering 12″ tall beast has been produced in a green soft vinyl for this “Alpha” release, coming with a mix of vintage inspired black, brown and dark green sprays. Packed with a matching Greek column omake that can be placed in either of the figure’s clenching hands, Cinema Monster Alpha will be touching down in the Splurrt/Secretoy store at Noon Eastern time this Saturday, November 22nd, priced at $150 plus shipping…


MAN-E-NEWS// Secretoy’s Cinema Monster “Alpha” sofubi revealed…

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Having recently been revealed at Design Fiesta 40, Splurrt‘s Cinema Monster will be seeing its first release this weekend in the pictured “Alpha” colorway! Marking the debut of the artist’s new imprint Secretoy, the awesome 12″ tall kaiju has been heavily inspired by the golden age of monster flicks, including both Ray Harryhausen’s classic Cyclops and the 2-headed “Galligantua” that graces the iconic cover of 1968′s Famous Monsters of Filmland yearbook. Produced in a green soft vinyl with a mix of vintage inspired black, brown and dark green sprays, this “Alpha” version is set to come with a matching Greek column omake that can be placed in either of the figure’s clenching hands. With release details still thin on the ground at the moment, be sure to check back for the full lowdown later in the week…


MAN-E-NEWS// NolanJP x Disart ToyLabs’ “Iceclops” mini figure coming soon…

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Originally revealed as a near-finished clay proto way back here in early July, we’re very proud today to be able to reveal that NolanJP‘s second movie themed GPK-style figure, Iceclops, is finally undergoing production courtesy of Tru:Tek over at the Disart ToyLabs! Paying tribute to Ray Harryhausen’s iconic beast from 1958′s The 7th Voyage of Sinbad, the ingenious mash-up of monster and doll stands at around the same height as the previously released Scary Larry at 2.5″, coming complete with – in true GPK style – an icecream cone horn and lumbering mace. Due to be making its debut at the Rampage Toys x Tru:Tek NYCC booth next month, expect full details on the release as we get closer to the event…


MAN-E-NEWS// The “Iceclops” mini figure from NolanJP x Disart ToyLabs

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With the first wave of Scary Larrys finally making their way into collectors homes (sorry for the wait guys!), we can now reveal that NolanJP‘s second movie themed GPK-style figure “Iceclops” will be heading into production very soon! Paying tribute to Ray Harryhausen’s iconic beast in 1958′s The 7th Voyage of Sinbad, the ingenious mash-up of monster and doll stands at around the same height as Larry at 2.5″, coming complete with, in true GPK style, an icecream cone horn and mace. Due to be cast up by Tru:Tek over at the Disart ToyLabs, expect a similar array of colour choices as Larry (including the standard 4 Cheap Toy tones!) as well as an all-new “multi-region” VHS box-style packaging. Stay tuned for more info in the coming weeks…


MAN-E-NEWS// Splurrt’s Secretoy “Cinema Monster” revealed in full…

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Originally teased here earlier in the month, Joe Merrill aka Splurrt has just unveiled his latest creation poised for vinyl soon, the jaw-dropping Cinema Monster! Drawing inspiration from the golden age of monster flicks, including Ray Harryhausen’s classic Cyclops and the 2-headed beast that graces the iconic cover of the 1968 Famous Monsters of Filmland yearbook, the figure is set to become Splurrt’s first ever standard-sized kaiju, coming in at around 9″ tall with 5 points of articulation. Due to be heading into soft vinyl production as part of Splurrt’s new “Secretoy” imprint in a few months time, be sure to keep a close eye on the new dedicated web site here for more info soon…