Bigmantoys‘ real-size mutant skate wheels make their debut this week
- Size: 3″
- Articulation: 0 points (comes with custom interchangeable bearings)
- Edition size: TBC
- Price: $15 plus shipping
- Designed and sculpted by Bigmantoys, the first figure in the ongoing Bogeyz line has been inspired by Friday 13th’s Jason Vorhees, featuring both masked and unmasked versions of the cult horror antagonist in a 80’s/90’s Playmates-style
- Each figure comes cast in a PU rubber similar to rwal-life skate wheels, each coming with its own unique finish
- Currently on sale in the Bigmantoys store right here
Previously teased way back in November of last year, the Strange Creatures from Radioactive Uppercut are finally making their way over to the UK for full-scale keshi production courtesy of our very own Tru:Tek! Whilst details on the project are still pretty thin on the ground at present, it would appear that these intestinal kaiju have been limited to 3 initial designs, each coming sculpted by Turtle Milk‘s David Arshawsky at around 2.5″-2.75″ tall each. Due for release in a whole slew of different colorways over the coming months, be sure to stay tuned for details of the first release very soon…
With Wonderfestival Winter 2016 just a few days away now, keshi producer Newtervision has just unveiled the first exclusive figure he’ll have up for grabs at the event, a breathtaking “SD” Votoms Scopedog keshi! Officially licensed by Armored Trooper Votoms’ producer Sunrise, the beautifully realised mech has been sculpted in-scale with the vintage Marukoshi SD Gundam Deca figures at an oversized 2.5″-3″ tall. Cast in a selection of flesh and army green colored soft resin, the little guys come packed with a removable heavy machine gun and insert for just 3,000yen ($25) a piece. Those lucky enough to attend Wonderfestival this Sunday, February 7th can find the Votoms SD Scopedogs alongside a whole host of other exclusives at the Paralyzing Toyz booth (8-26-06)…
Having garnered a huge amount of attention over their debut keshi Mr Rucksack, the guys over at Kuidaore Toy are proud to introduce their second figure, the awesome Buddismo! A collaboration with vintage toy collector Moqume, the buddhist wrestler has once again been sculpted in a similar style to the classic kinkeshi, standing in scale at around 2″ tall. Pictured here in a flesh-tone, keshi-style rubber, we’ll be keeping our fingers crossed for the little guy’s online debut soon… Be sure to stay tuned for the full lowdown as soon as we get it!
MAN-E-NEWS// Awesome Toy’s next “Artist Collection” Fake Baron figure from Tru:Tek x Brown Noize teased…
Having had success with releases from both Goodleg and Bigmantoys, Awesome Toy have turned to our very own Tru:Tek and Brown Noize Productions for the latest figure in their ongoing Fake Baron “Artist Collection” series! Whilst we can’t reveal too much about the project at present, we can at least confirm that it will follow a similar keshi look and feel to Bigmantoys’ mini figure rendition, albeit at a slightly different scale… Designed and produced by Tru:Tek over at the Disart ToyLabs will digital sculpting duties carried out by Brown Noize’s super-talented Sanjeev, the little guy will hopefully be making his debut sometime before the year is out… In the meantime, we’ll just have to leave you drooling over the 3D render above!
Joining a whole host of other mini figure related goodness, Nama Niku has revealed that he’ll be debuting an all-new “Chibi” version of his popular Top Rope keshi at Designer Con ’15 next week! Featuring the same ingenious wrestling ring head design as the original 2″ figure, everything has been shrunken down to a super-cute 1″ scale, coming complete with those all-important rubber ropes plus the addition of a sweet detachable micro championship belt! Produced by none other than Eric Nilla in a M.U.S.C.L.E pink colored rubber, the little guy will be up for grabs at DCon booth #1104 starting next Saturday, November 21st… Look out for news of more exclusives from both Nama Niku and Eric Nilla over the next few days!
With the success of the Freaks, Finks and Spazzes tucked firmly under his belt, John Santagada over at Radioactive Uppercut has set about working on an all-new keshi series that should hopefully be making their debut soon! Whilst little is known about the project at present – even a confirmed name! – we’ve been told that these “intestinal kaiju” will be limited to a total of 4 different designs, each coming in slightly smaller than FFS at around 2.5″-2.75″ tall each. Due to be produced by our very own Tru:Tek at the Disart ToyLabs over the coming weeks, be sure to stay tuned for the full lowdown plus a final reveal of all 4 sculpts soon…