MAN-E-NEWS// From the Styx Toys’ prototypes for the (In)action Figure Show…


Whilst we previously posted Steve Seeley‘s ‘Faker’ Bear and Horse Fighter set last week (check them out here), it falls upon brother and From the Styx Toys co-owner, Tim Seeley for the second part of their (In)action Figure Show entry… Consisting of 5 prototypes for their as-yet-untitled custom bootleg line; Rex Stegos, Grave Man, R.A.W, Poodle-A and Cemetaria, the MOTU inspired pieces feature a mixture of kit-bashed 5.5″ action figure parts, original sculpting and additional textiles. Hand painted by Tim, the figures will be going on sale at the show’s opening tonight for $150 each. With these being prototypes, we’re guessing the general release will follow soon… expect more news as soon as we hear anything!

The “(In)action Figure Show” will open on Saturday, January 12th with a reception from 6-9PM and be available for viewing through February 2nd, 2013 at The Clutter Gallery, 163 Main St., Beacon, NY 12508. To get first option to buy from the show, you may want to join Clutter’s Gallery Preview List.

Participating artists include: 2bitHACK, 4 the Luv of Toyz NY (Cash Cannon), BigManToys, Brutherford, ButcherBrand, Danny Frankenstein, The Disarticulators (Tru:Tek, Zectron & BigManToys), Eric Nilla, From the Styx Toys, Fuei Shokai, Galaxxor (Ben Spencer), Josh Longo, Healeymade, Killer Bootlegs, L’amour Supreme, ManOrMonster?, MonsterPants, October Toys, Ron English, Scott Wilkowski x Sucklord and Triclops Studio.

Published by Niall Anderson

Owner of ShinGangu, a UK boutique toy brand specialising in self-produced Japanese soft and keshi toys...

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