MAN-E-NEWS// The Fra Diavolo resin figure from Healeymade…

Marking a brief side-step from his regular 3.75″ work, Healeymade has just revealed his latest 5.5″ resin figure, the jaw-dropping Fra Diavolo! Rather aptly translating from French as “Brother Devil” – the nickname given to notorious Neapolitan guerrilla leader Michele Pezza – the stunning MOTU-scaled piece has been meticulously kit-bashed and re-sculpted from various vintage action figures,Continue reading “MAN-E-NEWS// The Fra Diavolo resin figure from Healeymade…”

MAN-E-NEWS// The HammerTongue resin figure from Credenda Studios…

“Once the ruthless kingpin of the underground black market who bathed in the tears of the dead and all those who defied him. With 13 wives and piles of jewels that would make Donald Trump tremble, life was good for HammerTongue. That was until he was betrayed by his apprentice and cast into exile. butContinue reading “MAN-E-NEWS// The HammerTongue resin figure from Credenda Studios…”

MAN-E-NEWS// Skinner’s Mako Knight resin figure for Pangea Seed…

Skinner has teamed up with Pangea Seed for the release of his latest resin figure, the fearsome Mako Knight! “In a battle to save his species from extinction”, the shark headed slayer has been kit-bashed and resculpted from a vintage static knight figure, coming cast in a black resin with silver sprays and crimson redContinue reading “MAN-E-NEWS// Skinner’s Mako Knight resin figure for Pangea Seed…”

MAN-E-NEWS// The Novelty Haus exclusive “BZLBRX-2” resin figure from Noel Danger x Reptilian Records…

Novelty Haus are proud to release the debut prototype of artist Noel Danger’s newest figure, the BZLBRX-2! Created in celebration of Reptilian Records‘ return to vinyl production, the hand sculpt and produced 3.75″ inaction figure has been cast in a translucent green resin, inspired by the label’s original dimetrodon logo from Ned Westrick. Packaged with a b/w 16Continue reading “MAN-E-NEWS// The Novelty Haus exclusive “BZLBRX-2” resin figure from Noel Danger x Reptilian Records…”

MAN-E-NEWS// The “Krush” Breaking Baddie custom bootleg from Falcon Toys…

Wasting no time since the release of Zuck the Product just a couple of weeks back, Mike Woods of newly formed Falcon Toys is proud to present the latest figure in the ever growing Breaking Baddies line, pumped-up Tuskan Raider “Krush”! Kit-bashed from a variety of vintage action figures including the aforementioned Star Wars favourite,Continue reading “MAN-E-NEWS// The “Krush” Breaking Baddie custom bootleg from Falcon Toys…”

MAN-E-NEWS// The Breaking Baddie custom bootlegs from Falcon Toys…

Mike Woods of the newly formed Falcon Toys kindly shares details on his debut custom bootleg series, the Breaking Baddies! Kicking things off with ‘Zuck the Product’, a loyal protocol droid by day and underground ‘chemist’ at night, the hilarious Heisenberg inspired series is due to feature a number of 3.75″ kit-bashes, with a total ofContinue reading “MAN-E-NEWS// The Breaking Baddie custom bootlegs from Falcon Toys…”

MAN-E-NEWS// New one-off “Inaction” and “Off” resin figures from Giant Japanese Monster, Bad!..

Following an appearance at last month’s Artomatic event in DC, resin wizard Giant Japanese Monster, Bad! has revealed he still has a few figures from the event left for sale! Pictured above are the latest resin simulations in the GJM,B! Rejects of Eternia line, “Off” Fire and Ice… Originally featuring here a couple of months backContinue reading “MAN-E-NEWS// New one-off “Inaction” and “Off” resin figures from Giant Japanese Monster, Bad!..”

MAN-E-NEWS// The resin “Inaction Figures” from Steve Seeley x Giant Japanese Monster, Bad!…

Originally revealed at Steeve Seeley‘s recent “All We Ever Do Is Fight” solo show over at Rotofugi last week (Friday, February 10th), the ‘Inaction Figures’ are now available to purchase in super-limited quantities online. Realised and sculpted by Steve, and cast by David of ‘Giant Japanese Monster, Bad!‘, the 80’s inspired ‘action’ figures take theirContinue reading “MAN-E-NEWS// The resin “Inaction Figures” from Steve Seeley x Giant Japanese Monster, Bad!…”