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Secretoy’s Krono II lottery…

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Splurrt of Secretoy is proud to announce the arrival of Krono’s second colorway this weekend! Coming in at just over 9″ tall and featuring 7 points of articulation, the beast – inspired by Ray Harryhausen’s classic interpretation of the Kraken – has been cast in a beautiful light grey vinyl this time around, coming with metallic brown, silver and black sprays. Currently on sale via e-mail lottery for $200 plus shipping, anyone interested in bagging Kronos is going to need to fire over their name, address, phone number, PayPal address and Instagram name (optional) to keepthesecretoy@gmail.com before close on Sunday, July 3rd at 12pm Eastern time… Good luck to all who enter!


Splurrt’s “Met” stone golem sofubi revealed…

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“The Kabbalahist thought he could use his knowledge to make and control a clay man. He scooped all the clay he could find from the river bed and sculpted a giant man, he finished his spell by scribing  אמת (Emeth) or Truth on the bottom of the foot. Amazingly the spell worked, and he had created a living golem, but god was furious he had tampered with such vile magic, men were not mean to create life, and he cursed the creature. The magician tried to reverse his spell erasing his engraving to מת (met) or dead. But it had no effect, what was done could not be undone by his power. Now he and his people would be punished for his acts…”

As promised yesterday, we bring you word of yet another new figure coming from Splurrt soon, the stone golem known simply as Met! Here, the artist kindly explains his intentions for the project- For many years now, I’ve had the idea of doing a clay golem. As it often goes, I had no real intention of making this figure when I did, having just made another standard size figure in the Masterworks Cadaver Kid. After being in the recesses of my mind for years, I guess it just decided it was time to manifest. I just picked up clay and spontaneously decided it was time to make the golem.”  Standing at a lofty 12″ tall (which will likely end up at 11″ after vinylisation), the giant is set to come with 6 points of articulation as well as a 2-part battle club. No word on when or where the figure will be available as of yet, but you can be sure that as soon as we hear anything, you guys will be the first in the know…


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 latest Bone Usir release announced…

Joe Merril of Splurrt/Secretoy fame has just revealed that his highly sought after collaborative figure with Mutant Vinyl Hardcore, the mighty Bone Usir, will be making a comeback this weekend! Standing at a lofty 10″ tall, the figure – featuring Joe’s skeletal Usir head on top of the standard MVH DX body – has been produced in an eye-catching glitter gold/bronze soft vinyl, with 2 different versions up for grabs; a fully painted run, plus a blank “set” that comes packed with a matching OG Usir. With details on the release still thin on the ground at present, interested parties are going to need to keep a close eye on the Splurrt Instagram feed for the full lowdown soon…


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…


MAN-E-NEWS// Splurrt at DCon ’15: Part 1…

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Splurrt has just unveiled the first round of exclusives he’ll be bringing along to DCon ’15 in just a couple weeks time! Joining 2 micro runs of the Evolved Diggler in GID vinyl, plus one-off customs of the hugely popular “Walking Cadaver”, the sofubi artist has revealed that a number of new figures are set for debut too, including the pictured “Puppoo” blind bags and our personal favourite, “Uncle Steve”. Pricing, edition sizes plus a whole load more figures are still to be revealed before the event on Saturday, November 21st, so be sure to keep a close eye on the Splurrt Instagram feed here for more news soon!


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…