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Munn-day Morning Recap: The fine art of auto repair

9:00 AM on 08.13.2012 // Brian Szabelski

It's Monday, and that can only mean one thing: Munn-day Morning Recap is here! This week, we bring you some sweet treats, a shark with attitude, a famous face from Hollywood history, at least one mythical creature, and of course, a mechanic who's just spent six hours working on my car only to find 20 new things on it that are broken. Isn't that always the way it goes?

Anyways, hit the jump to check everything out!

Scrappy the Mechanic by Shez

As always, we start with the featured custom, which is from Shez. He's put together a Foomi named Scrappy who's a mechanic with a bit of a problem; he's got a pile of parts and a piston in hand, and nothing to use them with! Also included is a comically-large wrench, and I love the grease-splotched look that makes him look like he's been hard at work.

[via SpankyStokes]

Saiko Clan Munnys by AVATAR666

Those of you who know me know I love my Japanese feudal-era stuff, so it's no surprise these Munnys caught my eye. These two 7-inch Munnys and matching 4-inch Munny are ready for battle, and boy, do they sure look awesome! I especially like the banner flags each one carries.

[via Tenacious Toys]

Alfred Hitchcock Munny by Atomic Blythe

If you're a movie buff, then the profile of this Munny should be very familiar. Atomic Blythe has made a custom Munny of legendary director Alfred Hitchcock, complete with an ominous bird over his shoulder, referencing among other things The Birds. View more photos here, and check out their Etsy for some doll-sized miniature creations!

[via Super Punch]

Candy Coated Dunny by Jennipho

Jennipho's latest 8-inch Dunny is a sugary sweet creation! Made to look like its made of candy, with licorice braided hair and frosted clothes, it looks goo enough to eat. But don't, because it's made of plastic and you can't eat plastic, silly.

[via Tenacious Toys]

The Greaser by Davemarkart

If you're a bit tougher, then perhaps Davemarkart's The Greaser Munny is up your alley. Based on the 1950s greaser look, Dave's given his toothy creature some slicked back hair and a "T-Birds" gang leather jacket. You can pick up The Greaser for US$180 in the Davemarkart shop.

[via Tenacious Toys]

Sharkface, Zombie and Space Rabbit Dunnys; and Mercenary Smuggler Trikky by Stu Witter

Stu Witter has yet again put together a batch of Dunny customs. He's done a zombie commissioned custom, along with the Space Rabbit Dunny that used Pac23's 2012 Series Dunny as the base and a 7-inch Trikky that's a eyepatch-wearing, gun-totting mercenary cat. But the one I like the best is the Sharkface Dunny, playing a bit off the Scarface name (and he's even wearing Tony Montana's outfit from the 1983 film!) with the ears becoming shark eyes. It looks awesome! For more photos, be sure to check out Stu's Facebook page!

Custom Kracka by Map-Map

Finally, there's Map-Map's custom for the upcoming Dragons show at the SHO Gallery. Giving him wings, a longer neck and a broken horn, the piece has a bit of an ancient relic feel to it. You know, like something you might see scrawled on a tapestry or unearthed from a excavation site, made by some long-lost culture.

[via SpankyStokes]

[If there are any custom Dunnys or Munnys you spot and want to see featured in this feature, feel free to e-mail us at tips (at) tomopop (dot) com!]

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