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    Patrick Lippe aka Don-P has gone quite "Trooper-Lotus-Mad", hasn't he? He sends words and pics of a total of 6 x Trooper Lotus customs for Mintyfresh.eu. Customs completed include: Galactic Trooper (Red/White with the green eyes), Rasta Trooper, Medic Trooper, Goldrush Trooper, Zombie Trooper and Iron Trooper (based on Iron Man). Patrick mentioned; "These will be available soon, people can contact Minty also directly for buying them."


    And the "Winner" has to be the Zombie Trooper!

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    Funko has revealed the lineup for The Walking Dead Series 2 Mystery Minis. There are 24 characters in all, including Rick, Carl, Daryl, Michonne, the Governor, and plenty of zombies. The 2.5" tall figures are slated to be released in February 2014.

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    If you pre-ordered the Hot Toys Amazing Spider-Man sixth scale figure, you’ve probably had him on pre-order for quite some time. The movie came out in the summer of 2012 and here we are in 2014 finally getting to look at him in a review. I know that I have anxiously been awaiting the Hot Toys […]

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    Hot Toys Amazing Spider-Man Sixth Scale Figure Review


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    If you pre-ordered the Hot Toys Amazing Spider-Man sixth scale figure, you’ve probably had him on pre-order for quite some time. The movie came out in the summer of 2012 and here we are in 2014...

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    There are three styles of depiction of (Caucasian) women, which I adore, namely ladies by Phil Noto, Jeremiah Ketner, and Ken Keirns, whose work is the focus of this particular blog-post.

    Seen here are previews for "Deja Vu, Selected works from Ken Keirns" - opening Thursday January 9th @ Madelife, with an opening reception from 6:00 to 8:00pm, where all the pieces are available for sale. Do contact the gallery for availability and prices. I really miss seen Ken's ladies, I admit, so this is a swell treat, eve if they are seen online, for me :)



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    Jon-Paul Kaiser starts off 2014 has taken a Souls Gone Mad set (Coarse) and transformed the two pieces into his renditions of the Joker and Grumpy as seen in the bank heist from the Dark Knight film. As he sometimes does, JPK has added a splash of color to his...


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    From Onorio Depiro and Scott Brimley comes STRONGBOT, where he will be made from a 3D-printer (the obvious evolution of toys to come, methinks), featuring a very clean and crisp robot (unlike Onorio's previous weathered'bots), as sculpted by Scott. Here are some snaps of the render, and words to share:
    "The piece is the second in the series, the first being "chunkybot", which is 3D printed then painted/weathered by myself. This new robot, known as "Strong-bot", will be 3" tall and will be printed in white strong plastic. Scott has done a beautiful sculpt using a computer software and the images attached are the almost final turnarounds (small details and adjustments are still needed)." -mentioned Onorio.

    The piece is due for production soon, and the price will follow and the quantity is never ending due to the production process. Stay tuned for updates on TOYSREVIL! Meanwhile, folks can check out Onorio's new Tumblr @ onoriodepiro.tumblr.com - filled with robot-goodness (oh how I heart robots lol) - or contact him directly onorio.depiro@yahoo.co.uk.

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  • 01/06/14--18:42: January 5 (5/365)
  • One Dalek, straight up, on the rocks.  (Because of course Daleks are never shaken or stirred!) (Apps

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  • 01/06/14--18:45: January 6 (6/365)
  • The bitterly cold weather seems to have brought out the desperate and thuggish sides of the Dalek.  

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    We’re about a week and a half away from the opening reception of Supahcute Kaiju Show, and Leanna and I are both so excited!! The sneak previews have been rolling in and every piece looks amaaaaazing!!! The show opens at … Continue reading 

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  • 01/08/14--14:55: 2014
  • Happy New Year everyone!  Christmas and New Year were as always packed with too many good times,  beer and great food.  But sadly it was our last holiday spent with our big, beautiful baby Kirzstie                       On January 6th he finally succumbed to hyperthyroidism and old [...]

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    PrototypeZ Studios has announced that they will be releasing Thundercats resin model kits, this year. Keep your eyes here as more information is revealed.

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    Square Enix has released new images of their upcoming Star Trek Play Arts Kay action figures. First up, we'll see Cap Kirk and Spock. Click the thumbnails above to check them out.

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    Here's a couple of WIP-peeks at coming Ink & Clog Daruma Dolls coming soon from Inkten Sufina x Clogtwo, featuring limited quantity hand painted custom supply of the pieces, who are last seen on the walls at Calmaartjp Uenoshiba, Osaka, Japan! If I miss any updates, you folks would do well to stake out the Ink & Clog Facebook page and/or Tumblr.




    (The Ink & Clog presents DSTRY OSAKA featuring AKME, GOS and FISH from Osaka,
    Japan. And SHORINO and KARASU from Singapore. Pics swiped from @inkten)



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    Never mind girls and boys – adults who refuse to grow up are being increasingly targeted by a toy industry promoting adolescence as a lifestyle choice, say industry watchers. Among the "Smart-Tech" toys at this week's Hong Kong Toys & Games Fair – one of the largest of its kind in the world – were smartphone-operated flying machines equipped...

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    WHAT: I asked "Art Toy Customizers" on the blog and on Facebook to share with us their TOP TEN customs done in 2013. This is what one artist shared…

    Today's TOP 10 CUSTOMS comes from Lance Lamont aka MR.MUNK, who also shares with us; "…in 2014 I hope to work on more projects, painting the figures I enjoy, and develop an original piece at some point. I'm very thankful for the people who have supported my work. This year will be fun". You can check out more of his work on his Artist Facebook page! And I am highly intrigued to see an original piece from the mind of Mr.Munk :)




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    WHAT-IS: "#throwbacktoythursday is a weekly lookback at toys and play of times past. It could be from my personal childhood in the 70s to my own collectibles collection from a decade back. Enjoy the toy-memories, folks!"

    (My thanks to Josh Coldiron of NoriToy for the suggestion!)

    One of my fondest childhood "play" memory, was building a make-shift "cave" in the middle of the living room, circa late 70s, using my red-n-black Chinese woolly blanket, covered-wrapped over stacked dining room chairs, and I would crawl in, with flashlights a brandishing!

    The semi-darkened space was populated by "Vampires", and a ragtag group of Playmobil adventurers battled them, amidst flashlights and using Battlestar Galactica-styled "Colonial Vipers", made from cardboard toilet-roll cores.

    I've only ever "built" the playset once in my life (thus far), and enjoyed myself immensely. Packing up the cave and toys after play, was another thing altogether LOL


    I loved PLAYMOBILS. They had offered a level of play in line with their form and design, which on hindsight, was a strange circumstance, given their stylist depictions of humanoids, as opposed to anatomically "correct" action figures (I had some early Kenner Star Wars figures that doubled up as "vampires" here).

    Playmobils was pretty prevalent here in Singapore during the 70s, it seems. And while I have not factual statistics to back up my claim, I can only offer et another memory of walking down a toy-aisle in Great World City (before the "new" mall-reboot), and of wanting a box of Playmobil Spanish soldiers. I whined to dad I wanted it, of course to a stern "NO" … then I turned my pleading innocent eyes to Uncle Rodney, who helped take the box to the cashier, and only whipped it out at the last moment to pay, before my dad could reject him! *SCORE*


    Playmobils offered me a chance to "imagine" beyond something I could just simply whip-out, play and display, and it is a notion that had shaped and impacted how I view and interacted with "toys" through the years. Hence my fascination with 1/6-scaled articulated figures, no doubt. And of how I connect with certain "art toys" and how I can "play" with them, these days instagramming #toyselfies instead of crawling in built-up blanket-covered-caves, of course!


    Dug out a bevy of Playmobils from storage boxes not too long ago, finding the vampire-killing adventurers in varied state of dirt and grime, and realizing this was the first time I "customized" my toys, with stickers, and drawn elements on the toy-bodies, and mix-n-match accessories and even cut-out coats!


    Over thirty years later, I am still in the midst of all these "shenanigans", but with a slightly different shift in genre, make and materials, but not in "concept". It's interesting how our childhood play affects our adult life. And while I am not here to extol the virtues of children's toys, it interests me how what I used to play with, has affected my current view and value of toys, and play.

    Different people have different reasons for collecting, but perhaps the root of it all, might not be so different from each other, after all.

    Cheers
    Andy TOYSREVIL


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