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SUCKLORD for "Street Spirits" Artist Series from SubUrban Vinyl (Drops April 18)

TOYSREVIL'S I LIKE TOYS - 20 April, 2014 - 22:15

Blurrily teased but revealed now in full, is The Sucklord's custom "Street Spirit" for "Street Spirits" Artist Series from SubUrban Vinyl, dropping NOW both in-store and online, in celebration of SubUrban Vinyl's 1-Year Anniversary! Featuring a sculpt by Nemo and roto casted by Task One, there's 6 dudes to be had at US$250 each.
Categories: Designer Toys, Toy News

Hey guys! One Coin Mini Figure Collection Super Dangan Ronpa 2 Chapter will be released!

HobbySearch Blog - 20 April, 2014 - 22:06
This article has been written in Japanese.
We apologize for your inconvenience, and your for your understanding.



スーパーダンガンロンパ2 CHAPTER 01 9個セット」





触ったら「ぷにっ」としそうなピンク色のほっぺにとても癒やされます~(n´ω`n 三 n´ω`n)


超高校級のゲーマー、七海 千秋!

















スーパーダンガンロンパ2 CHAPTER 01 9個セット」




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Categories: Toy News

Steins;Gate: Mugen Enten no Arc Light Drama CD Gets Manga

Anime News Network - 20 April, 2014 - 22:00
Previously untold story from Mayuri's view, as drawn by Aishin Meizu no Babel's Nariie
Categories: Anime

Toh EnJoe's Self-Reference Engine Honored at Philip K. Dick Awards

Anime News Network - 20 April, 2014 - 20:00
Space Dandy episode writer is also a theoretical physics researcher
Categories: Anime

Japanese Box Office, April 12-13

Anime News Network - 20 April, 2014 - 18:00
Crows Explode debuts at #2
Categories: Anime

Japanese Anime TV Ranking: April 7-13

Anime News Network - 20 April, 2014 - 15:00
Dragon Ball Z Kai, HappinessCharge Precure!, The File of Young Kindaichi Returns, Pokemon XY make list
Categories: Anime

Hasbro’s G.I. Joe Fans: Are You Interested in Acid Rain and Marauder? - 20 April, 2014 - 13:52
As the G.I. Joe series moves into a bit of a break I see two action figure lines as possibly capturing a healthy percentage of the more dedicated G.I. Joe fans. You know, the ones (like us) who read forums, reviews, and follow along a lot more closely than the average consumer ever will. Those hardcore action figure fans who... Read more →
Categories: Designer Toys, Toy News

Stellar Six of Gingacho's Fujimoto Ends Tadaima no Uta Shōjo Manga

Anime News Network - 20 April, 2014 - 12:00
Yuki Fujimoto began story of siblings who live poor but happy life in 2009
Categories: Anime

Spawn Interlink 6 - 20 April, 2014 - 10:45
I was flipping through old issues of the Hellspawn comic when I ran across the Spawn Interlink 6 ( search*) action figure ad in issue #6 (February, 2001). That combining/transforming Spawn wave always did look cool, but I’ve never once held a single one of the toys and have no clue how they are in person. That still doesn’t stop... Read more →
Categories: Designer Toys, Toy News

The Art of Japanese Monsters Sneak Preview

SciFi Japan - 20 April, 2014 - 10:10
Front and back cover designs for The Art of Japanese Monsters. Image courtesy of Sean Linkenback. © 2014
Sample Pages from the Full Color Reference Guide to Japanese Science Fiction Film Posters and Lobby Cards Source: Sean Linkenback A SCIFI JAPAN EXCLUSIVE Author Sean Linkenback has given SciFi Japan an advance look at pages from his upcoming hardcover book, The Art of Japanese Monsters. A complete reference guide to Japanese science fiction film posters from 1954 to present, the book will contain artwork from over 60 different films, including the Godzilla, Gamera, and Mothra series; RODAN, GAPPA, the Majin films, WAR OF THE GARGANTUAS, THE H-MAN, and many more. Over 1,000 posters and lobby cards from 20 different countries will be featured in full color. Continued...
Categories: Otaku Culture

Happy Easter!

Glyos Transmission Blog - 20 April, 2014 - 08:16
Happy Easter! Michelle, Cady, CC and I hope you and your families have a great day (the mayhem started here at 5AM)!

Things have been pretty quiet here on the blog for the past few weeks, due to some major hours being logged in up at the shop, coupled with preparing for the next wave of stuff centering around the return of Glyaxia. Hopefully when everything comes into clearer focus, you will enjoy what you see.

Speaking of the next round, the tentative release date has been scheduled for Sunday, May 4th at 9:30PM EST. Production of the new Glyaxia order has taken a bit, as extra time was required to nail the fit and finish on all the stuff. It's been a while since we've run so much vinyl, so a few things had to be pulled off the shelf and reactivated to produce everything that we wanted to fit into this assortment.

The timing bump to May also effectively ends the monthly release schedule for 2014, which in light of the heavy frequency of offerings from across the boards, may not be such a bad thing. Some months may run in succession again, but the space between the big and little waves will spread out some more. It was fun to push the envelope, but the accompanying risk of overload has been clearly illustrated and we're tweaking the plan to keep the ship on track.

Thank you for all the feedback so far this year, your individual opinions really do make a difference and we take everything into consideration as each decision is made around here.

Pics of the new selections will start to filter in this week, along with a few sneaks from the latest projects being worked on at the shop!

Categories: Otaku Culture, Toy News

TOYSREVIL's Movie News Round-Up April 13-April 19.2014

TOYSREVIL'S I LIKE TOYS - 20 April, 2014 - 08:12

Geek-film activity of the week goes to "X-Men: Days of Future Past", what with the release of the official 3rd and final trailer (XMENonFILM / PopcornX / posted above), an "Alternative" 3rd trailer (since pulled), 1-minutes' worth of the "Opening Battle" scene (XMENonFILM / PopcornX), 3 x promotional video clips from Norton (XMENonFILM / PopcornX), and two behind-the-scenes featurettes (Wardrobe on 70's Airport scene and Magneto's Helmet). Not forgetting the film's "viral" website "25 Moments" (XMENonFILM / PopcornX) which chronicles the timeline which lead to the future … but then again, I was a tad slow on the uptake for that slice of mutant news lol … and if you want to have a laugh, check out a 20 minute interview featuring James McAvoy, Hugh Jackman and Michael Fassbender.

A "video-release", and hardly any still images, unlike the week before. Here's one promotional image on a flyer to add to your viewing pleasures (which I snapped just yesterday lol):

I made an "observation" about the "celluloid independence" of The Spider-Man Universe ( with two tv spots), while Hot Toys released images of their 1/6-scaled Spider-Man (They even have director Marc Webb manhandling the action figure too lol). There was even a moment of excitement that would see X-Men and Spider-Man cross over in the credits (*GASP*), but was soon debuked as just cross promotional purposes, rather than celluloid worlds…

… but if they did do "crossovers" - like how MARVEL does theirs - it might turn either "exhilarating", or "irritating", IMHO … but that's just me ;p

Godzilla the movie spawned a fan art contest, Chibi Toys of Godzilla & Muto and director Garth Edwards wants us to take the film seriously. Posted above is the latest TV Spot, while seen below are some poster-images, no longer shying away with revealing the monster's face LOL (Pics via MovieWeb).

Transformers: Age of Extinction had a small trickling of news this week with new "Cade" images (who I think is the new "Megan Fox", in terms of human eye-candy), UOB Bank promotion for Flashdrives ( / PopcornX), and as well the TV Spot during the airing of 2014 MTV Movie Awards (Transformers Roll-Out! / PopcornX).

Other TV Spots included "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" - which revealed 'Splinter' for the first time - and Edge of Tomorrow starring Tom Cruise in an adaptation of a manga.

And ending on a couple of Japanese-themed movies, Patlabor "The Next Generation" erected a giant robot in a busy street in Japan! I imagine if we had anything near as awesome here in Singapore, might be a half-body of a styrofoam make, innit? LOL

Check out the Theme Song for "Saint Seiya: Legend of Sanctuary" from Yoshiki, posted below:

Categories: Designer Toys, Toy News

2014 Godzilla Film's New Video Offers Best Look Yet at Monster

Anime News Network - 20 April, 2014 - 08:00
Even more footage screened at WonderCon Anaheim on Saturday
Categories: Anime

Atari Katagiri Remakes One Week Friends' Matcha Hazuki's Debut Manga Series

Anime News Network - 20 April, 2014 - 08:00
Kimi to Kami Hikōki to Meguri begins serialization next month
Categories: Anime

TOYSREVIL's Sunday Toys & Design Feature (April 20 Edition)

TOYSREVIL'S I LIKE TOYS - 20 April, 2014 - 07:46

Above-Left: SUITED BIRDS from Nathan Ota produced by 3D Retro, with a tentative May-release.
Above-Right: New Gold-on-Black colorway of Ron English's MOUSEMASK MURPHY ON AIRPLANE from Blackbook Toy to be on sale at Super Festival vol.65 on April 27th.
Bottom-Left: Huck Gee's DRIPPLE design (for Mighty Jaxx) revealed.
Bottom-Right: Cookie Magnet from 1000Tentacles®Toyz is available now, and you are to message him on Facebook if you intend to score some!

Above-Left: New "Carnie" from 3D Retro x Brandt Peters (Modeling by Scott Wetterschneider of Shinbone Creative).
Above-Right: The kickstarter for "Lonny" has been accomplished and goal reached. Now Bwana Spoons/Gravy Toys aims to get "Drizzz" made.
Bottom-Left: "Bitch" comparison between sculpt by Pretty in Plastic and artwork by Luke Chueh.
Bottom-Right: Mortis Spectres coming soon from Daniel Yu!

Loads of teasers featuring new mini sofubis from Circus Posterus x Tomenosuke, which gives me suspect if it all; means multiple colorways to be had? Featuring designs from Amanda Louise Spayd, Chris Ryniak, Kathie Olivas, and we had a glimpse a Brandt Peters' chibi-Skeleve before, haven't we? *EXCITED*

Above-Left: Simone Lego of Tokidoki will be in Vinyl on Vinyl on April 26th @ 8pm.
Above-Right: Michael Lau exhibition IV "remember - disc, time - table" - 15 May-1 June 2014 (12-9pm) @ michael (pop-up) gallery, 6 Cleveland Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong.
Bottom-Left: Javier Jimenez's header card illustration for Paula Hsyu's Sleepwalker Nimbus sofubi
Bottom -Right: @maihiroteam x @chanimationbrothers collaboration

Gary Ham be making wooden display stands for Dunnys and toys, and people NEED to own them!

Above-Left: Available via their online store is BAMMER BUDSKIS from The PBKS for US$35.00 per.
Above-Right: APs of the Faded Daguerreotype Edition Bella Delamere Mechtorian figure currently on sale here for £65.00, in a run of only 25pcs.
Bottom-Left: Kaiju Axron handpainted by Mark Nagata is limited to 12pc and available here for US$70.00 each.
Bottom-Right: Orange Bugbites and new drawings from Chris Ryniak go on sale April 29th in his online shop.

Below: Teenage Mutant Ninja Angry Turtle from Unbox Industries

Categories: Designer Toys, Toy News

Steve Jablonsky "Truck" Preview Score From Transformers Age of Extinction

Tformers - 20 April, 2014 - 07:37
Transformers movie score coposer Steve Jablonsky has posted a preview from the pending Transformers Age of Extinction score titled quot;Truck.quot; This appears to fall in-line with the second Transformers Age of Extinction TV commcercial that was released recently. We have included that below with the quot;Truckquot; score preview for your reference.
Categories: Transformers

New Images Transformers: Rise Of The Dark Spark Video Game Show Bumblebee Age of Extinction Design, More

Tformers - 20 April, 2014 - 07:31
The official Transformers Game page on Facebook have posted some new images of the Transformers Rise of the Dark Spark character designs for the Bumblebee character. Get a look at shots of him from Transformers: Age of Extinction and other series that fans will be able to play in the new game. Read on to see the Transformers: Age of Extinction Bumblebee and other images now.
Categories: Transformers
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