7 Seals blind-boxed series available

Dec 21 // Brian Szabelski

Ring in the end of the world in style with new resin figures

The end of the world may or may not be here (OK, it isn't, but work with me here), but the signs of it are ... at least in resin blind-boxed form. That would be due to the release of the new 7 Seals resin figure set, featuring an apocalyptic theme and some very notable folks from the self-cast resin figure world.

The artist list includes:

  • Alexis Rivera (Playful Gorilla) — Seal #1, The Conqueror (First Horseman)
  • Chris Moore (WeBecomeMonsters) — Seal #2, War (Second Horseman) 
  • Cash Cannon — Seal #3, Famine (Third Horseman) 
  • Jeff Beck — Seal #4, Death (Fourth Horseman) 
  • Ricardo Luna (lunacyfx) — Seal #5, Mark of the Beast 
  • Motorbot — Seal #6, Destruction 
  • HX — Seal #7, The Seven Angels
  • TruTek — Golden Seal special

There's 5 variants left for the series, and the Golden Seals are all still out there, so if you're wanting to test your luck, head over to the Menace Inc. Studios shop and pick one up for US$30. Jeff also has a print based on his piece, Death, that's available in his shop for US$10 as well. Each of the 25 prints is signed and they're quite big at 11-by-17.

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