Hello again my friends and welcome back. For those following along, you know we are winding down with the posts from the 2019 New York Comic Con. Since this was my 10th Straight year attending, I decided to do some special side features like this focus on the Star Ace Toys company. Please enjoy this group of images from their booth and also be sure that you’ve seen all of the convention posts that have run before by clicking HERE. I don’t think that I need to name these characters for you do I. Nah.
Hey there my friends, so as you now I’ve been sharing the visuals and notations from the 2019 New York Comic Con and in addition to all of the posts that have been presented from the exploration, I’ve taken some side trips and made some spotlight posts to celebrate our 10th Annual attendance of the convention. Before I get to sharing the Day Four stuff, I wanted to shine that spotlight on the craftsmanship of Kotobukiya who make a lot of things that we enjoy seeing. Make sure you are up to speed on the other NYCC posts first by clicking HERE.
The Press Release:
This special edition bust depicting a zombie-like GG Allin post-death is the first of its kind by Aggronautix. Based on a illustration by Lou Rusconi, sculpted by Arlen Pellitier, and detailed by Eddie Bradley, this figure is it is hand-painted and limited to just 1000 numbered units.
Continue reading Aggronautix Presents: GG Allin 25th “Deathiversary” Bust
Hello again. Based on the overall number of different product lines that DC Direct was offering up, I wanted to break their part of the 2015 Toy Fair presentations into two parts. This makes it easier to visually digest and I think that you will agree with me here. So let’s get back to the wonderful items that will soon be taking your hard earned dollars from you. I’ll start off with their “Superman: The Man Of Steel” and “Wonder Woman: The Art Of War” statues which are pretty bad ass.