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    ToyQube caught us pleasantly off guard with this sneak peek of a new sculpture they are working on with celebrated painter Josh Keyes. Excited with the news and hungry for more, we spoke to TQ founder Keith Poon and while he couldn’t reveal any more about the upcoming piece, he...


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    [Business Wire] - Glancy Binkow & Goldberg LLP announces that all purchasers of the securities of JAKKS Pacific, Inc. between July 17, 2012 and July 17,

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    Weekend To-Do List:

    1. Listen: Heccra. This band is fucking incredible. It’s got the best aspects of what I’m currently into, genre and instrumentation wise (punk, synth shit, hardcore, anything remotely similar to Math the Band), and it’s molded together with high energy and crazy noise. The band is actually just one dude, so mega talent was involved for this project. Highly recommend checking out The Last Weekend of Summer EP on Bandcamp. Best of all: It’s free to download (or name your price). 
    2. Read: Sweet Tooth by Jeff Lemire. I’m three trade paperback volumes into this story and I’ve got only two left to finish the entire series. Comic book genius, Jeff Lemire, finished this series for DC’s Vertigo imprint in January of this year so it’s now my duty to finish reading them, as I’ve no excuse not to, especially since I own all the trades in the collection. I tried explaining the story on our Hangout earlier this week, but failed. I can’t really say much about it without spoiling a lot of the mystery behind it all, but it revolves around a boy named Gus who has deer-like features and is kidnapped by some man. And stuff happens, etc., comic book magic.
    3. Play: Gears of WarNot 2. Not 3. The first. In case you didn’t catch our awesome Hangout session the other night, or simply refuse to watch it: Marc, Robby, Jon, and I made a pact to finish one game a week on this current gen before the next generation consoles launch. Well, I own the entire Gears of War series and I have never played any of them. I don’t wanna be the loser to break this pact, so I’m going to jump right into the first part of the trilogy this weekend. Hoping it doesn’t feel too dated…
    4. Watch: Attack on Titan. I don’t usually enjoy manga or anime, but Robby talked it up and I keep seeing images from the show pop up on my newsfeeds every webpage I visit. This show is about some town that has huge ass walls and gets attacked by titans that have broken into said huge ass walls. You know, anime shit. I’m jumping into this first thing tomorrow morning.
    5. Don’t cheat on my diet so I can continue to get bitches lose weight.

    Peace ya’ll, have a good weekend.

    Kevin Cortez/gorillashit


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    Available for sale here at US$50 per, is the RESIN HEART BRAIN - with this 4.5" tall, 4.5" wide, 2.5" wide sculpture of Ron English's Heart Brain design being rotocasted in resin. Each piece comes hand-signed by Ron English, who mentioned: "The human heart beats itself to death"

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    STINGY-CALLILOPE-SALES

    From Tomenosuke + Circus Posterus comes a duo of new sofubi releases, starting with (above-left) STINGY JACK Colorway #4 (Blu edition) from Brandt Peters x Leecifer - which has since been listed as sold out of it's 30pcs edition (good for archival purposes only, i guess ;p) … but what is available for sales still is the Wicked Edition colorway of CALLIOPE JACKALOPE (above-right) - currently available here for $95, in an edition of only 80pcs.

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    ROTOFUGI-MAXTOYCO-SDCC-NEKRON

    Max Toy Co's SDCC-Exclusives for Rotofugi Micro Mecha Nekoran and Kaiju Eyezon - Tokyo has since been listed online for sales, with the 2.25 inches Nekorn priced at $28 (limited to 25pcs), and 10 inches tall Eyezon (featuring the new sculpted body too) priced at $100 each, respectively. Looks magnificent. I want BOTH. What can i say, folks? :)

    ROTOFUGI-MAXTOYCO-SDCC-EYEZON

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    BABYDOLL Magic DOLL Bottles SET Of Two MILK and Juice girls toy -- $4.95

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    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Michelangelo -- $8.60

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    Say What?! @ Rivet Gallery launches August 3rd and features the work of Ohio artisans Katie Arends and Kent Grosswiler, who pays tribute to pop-culture characters and their infamous quotes in a celebration of 'art' and 'craft' - as evident in the preview images viewable here.

    An opening reception will be held tomorrow evening from 7-10pm with artist Kent Grossilwer in attendance Complimentary beverages and snacks will be provided by Rivet. The exhibition will run from August 3 through August 31.


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    “John H.” sends along photos of the new Micro Drifter Take Off Launcher … Packaging makes it look a tad cooler but it’s still cute. PLANES are about the size of a CARS Micro Drifter. Which makes sense so they all work in the launcher … But “John H.” says it doesn’t exactly launch – [...]

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    LOST-WORLD-BANNER

    Launching August 2nd at Stranger Factory is 'LOST WORLDS' - featuring works from Paul Kaiju, James Groman, Josh Herbolsheimer, Joe Merril, Goccodo, Stan Manoukian, and Mutant Vinyl Hardcore, showcasing custom toys and paintings - currently previewed online here and mirrored on my dedicated Facebook album. This is indeed a magnificent and deviant menagerie of monsters!

    Exhibiting thru September 1st, folks interested in procuring works to note that the organizers will begin accepting on-line purchase inquiries at 12 Noon Pacific Standard Time (PST) on Monday, August 5th. Inquiries must be emailed to: strangerfactorysales@gmail.com.

    LOST-WORLD-PAUL-KAIJU
    LOST-WORLD-Stan-Manoukian
    LOST-WORLD-Mutant-Vinyl-Hardcore
    LOST-WORLD-Joe-Merril
    LOST-WORLD-Josh-Herbolsheimer
    PRESS: 'LOST WORLDS showcases the incredible creatures of a variety of top monster makers in the pop surrealist, kaiju, and art toy fields. From the gleeful carousing of French artist Stan Manoukian's alien creatures to the unsettling realism of Ohio artist James Groman's sculpts, the roster for LOST WORLDS promises to provide creatures for all tastes.'
    Stranger Factory
    109 Carlisle Blvd NE
    Albuquerque, NM 87106
    505-508-3049

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    Toywiz and Toy Garden will be proud to bring you the Kidsnation Iron Man 3 Earphone Plugy series 001, which contains a set of 6pcs Iron Man figurines. Each figure stands around 9cm height and comes with lights-up function. Series 001 includes: - SF001 Iron Man Mk2 - SF002 Iron Man Mk3 - SF003 Iron […]

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    Toywiz and Toy Garden will be proud to bring you another Kidslogic’s Iron Man Earphone Plugy Series 002SP. The mini brother of the Egg Attack Iron Man series. The box of 3 figurines include: - War Machine - Iron Patriot - War Machine 2 Features: - 9cm height - LED Light Up Function via On/Off […]

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    Toywiz and Toy Garden will be proud to bring in the KidsLogic’s deformed Optimus Prime from the Transformers G1 series. Sculpted with amazing details and painted in metallic to an incredible finishing. - The action figure is poseable, stands approx. 6 inches / 15cm tall. - LED lights up Creation Matrix, Optimus’ Eyes and fog […]

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    Toys R Us in the UK offers shipping dates for both consoles.

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    Dragon Ball Z toy Stop Motion video by Counter 626 This awesome stop motion video was created by Counter626 using Dragonball Z action figures. This Dragon Ball Z toy Stop Motion video took him 53 days in the animation part taking more than 6000 pictures and 6 days in post production in the computer. Visit...

    The post Dragon Ball Z toy Stop Motion video appeared first on Toy Scene.


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  • 08/03/13--04:03: Love, Films and Rock N Roll
  • We're really proud to share the launch of our very own Swayam Ganguly's debut novel - Love, Films and Rock N Roll. The novel is about a train journey involving three young guys:
    Sunil, a graduate from FTII who wants to make a mark in Tollywood
    Sameer aka Sam, a software professional working in Silicon Valley
    Dipankar aka Dipsy, who decides to focus on music after being expelled from IIT

    The book was launched recently in Kolkata with much fanfare at the Oxford Book Store. Here are a few pics from the launch.

    From the early days of Yellow Giraffe, Swayam has been an integral part of our content creation initiatives. Whenever we used to call up Swayam you could tell by the music playing in the background as to which character he was currently thinking about.

    The Hindustan Times has described the book as a "Racy, fun read". We won't kill the story by divulging details, but rest assured that there's a reason to hang on right up to the end! Needless to say, we strongly recommend the book.

    The book is available in leading book stores (e.g. Oxford) and can also be purchased online via Flipkart and Amazon. At Amazon you can even read a few pages of the book.


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    Gift shopping for pre-teen girls is fun right? OK, maybe not so much fun if you genuinely don’t know what to get. The easiest way to find great gift ideas for girls age 10 and up is simply to ask them. But that’s not always an option, particularly if you’re […]

    The post 6 Cool Gift Ideas for Girls Age 10 to 12: Girls Educational Gift Ideas appeared first on Top Educational Toys for Kids.


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