Last chance to buy from TOYSREVIL's Black Friday sales

Jan 22 // Brian Szabelski    @brianszabelski

Proceeds from exclusive collectibles go toward Hurricane Sandy relief

Back in November, TOYSREVIL's Andy Heng set up a special Black Friday sale, with partial proceeds going to benefit Hurricane Sandy victims via the American Red Cross. Now, the sales period is coming to an end at noon Wednesday in Singapore (4 a.m. GMT, 11 p.m. Tuesday Eastern, 8 p.m. Tuesday Pacific), so this is one last chance to pick something up for the sale and do some good for those who lost everything in the storm.

Currently in the shop is the Black Fried Eggon from Bazak, limited to 10 pieces at US$20 each. Fifty percent of the proceeds from Eggon sales will go to the Red Cross. Also still in the shop are some one-off customs for US$200, with 20 percent of their sales going to the Red Cross: Kibbles the Berserker by Mike Graves; Infiltrator by Sam De Jesus; Alien Munny by Paul McCue; as well as The Thrasher Invader by Cable, going for US$220. So there's still time and a few customs to pick from; be sure to check them out!

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