Welcome, everyone, to ... Munn-day Evening Recap? Wait, doesn't this normally happen in the mornings? Well, due to a shift in the time-space continuum (called my work hours changed), we're bringing you this edition at night. And frankly, other than that, nothing is really different here.
I mean, there's still some rather fun customs to check out ... and who knows? Maybe the nightlife ain't so bad after all.
Hit the jump to check out all of this edition's customs!
So, as always, we start with the customs featured in the header. This time, it's a new Gunny from Josh Mayhem with a steampunk theme to it. This one is a custom commission mixing Dunny and Gundam plamo kit parts, with eyes that remind me a little bit of Spawn. Maybe it's the green glow?
In any case, if you want your own Gunny, head over to Josh's website (linked above) and commission one from him!
Next, from Otto Bjornik, we have the latest in his Kwardo Kwin series, the Kwardo Kings. Kai, Kendl, Kinah and Kavan are the four kings who play an important role in the series, and these guys are all 9-inch Dunnys. There will be matching 3-inch Dunnys on down the line to match the earlier queen figures from the series, but they won't be released in January. Otto wanted to do that, but due to a setback caused by bad weather they're coming in February instead. Expect some more details, such as price, then.
melodreama has recently finished up another commission, doing two more of her Tank Girl Munnys. I love their little helmets and outfits, as well as the cigarettes in the band of one Tank Girl's helmet! Hopefully, we'll see some more Tank Girls in the future from melodreama, and remember: you can always commission her to make one for you!
Scribe recently customized a new 20-inch Mega Munny; it has a bit of a tropical feel to it. Scribe is heading to Hawaii soon for an event; the myplasticheart blog thinks it might be, and I'm inclined to agree. In any case, it looks excellent!
Dolly Oblong have sent along a cute little fellow named Billy Brains. Originally a papercraft, the swimsuit-wearing Billy is now a 3-inch Dunny, which looks adorable. You can pick him up in Dolly Oblong's shop for €75.
Hugh Rose's latest is a revisit to a previous custom. A sequel to his Candy Coated Show piece, The Once and Future King II again has a knight-styled look, with tons of little details painted into the piece. It's like stained glass on a suit of armor, and I like the look a lot.
From Orlando, Fla., comes Boy Kong and his Rocket Ro-Boy Ice Cream Dream Munny. The piece comes with a second interchangeable face that's a bit scary (and modeled off a baby doll's face), but I do prefer the skull look as is. It was the first release of MoreThanSunshine.com's artist series, and there will be more customs from Florida-based artists in the future.
JPK has a new black and white Dunny to show off, mixing the dead with Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. to create DeadSHIELD. This 3-inch custom is another commission for a lucky collector, and I think it turned out quite well. If you know enough about the Marvel universe, you can definitely see Fury's trademark eyepatch on the custom above, along with a cracked skull reflecting his injuries from World War II.
Infinite Rabbits' creation is just looking for a closer look. Bruce is a tentacled monster in a suit, but not quite Slenderman because those tentacles come from his gaping maw. If you like spooky, you might just like Bruce. Apparently someone does, though, because he's already sold to a collector!
Finally, we save the best for last. This is a series of Munnys and Trikkys based off Tard, the Grumpy Cat. They're a commission. I need say not more, because their awesomeness is radiating out through your screens right now.