Chris Ryniak's 8-inch Dunny doesn't melt in your hands

6:15 PM on 01.30.2013 // Brian Szabelski
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Meltdown Dunny on sale Feb. 14

Kidrobot's next 8-inch Dunny release takes a Dunny Apocalypse Series piece and blows it up ... or maybe melts it down? Either way, it's Chris Ryniak's Meltdown Dunny, available in four glow-in-the-dark flavors: Green (Kidrobot stores), Yellow (kidrobot.com), Pink (U.S. retailers), and Orange (international retailers). Oh, and each one happens to glow a different color, too. 

If you're hoping for a nuclear treat, you can pick one up on Feb. 14 for US$75 (£60, €69.60). Only 600 of each colorway are being made, for 2,400 in total, so be sure to figure out what color you want.

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