Minicel brings Celsius down to bite-size

Dec 11 // Brian Szabelski

New 4-inch figure from Kuso Vinyl and Rotobox revealed

Kuso Vinyl and Rotobox have been deep inside their secret lab, working on a project that might very well change the world. Okay, that's a bit of hyperbole, but they do have a new project to share: it's called Minicel, and it should look familiar. At 4 inches tall, Minicel is essentially a smaller version of Rotobox's Celsius figure, made of vinyl and PVC with articulation in the head/neck and arms, just like the big version. They'll be kicking the line off with some Minicel Celsius and Fahrenheit figures as the first designs, but blanks ones will eventually be available, too.

Really, the only difference from the prototype pics to the bigger Celsius and Fahrenheit figures is that the little elements of each figure have been "chibi-ed," for lack of a better term. No word on prices, release dates and such, but we should hopefully hear about it soon. In the meanwhile, sound off in the comments about these little guys and whether or not you like the mini-versions over their bigger brothers!

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