When we first discovered the slick designs of the robots of SuperModifiedStudios late last year, we were totally fascinated and dying to learn more. After all, with so much of the designer vinyl world turning to endless repaints for inspiration, something as bold as these designs definitely leaves a lasting impression.
At this year's Comic-Con, we had the opportunity to speak to Nick Mannion, who singlehandedly runs SuperModifiedStudios. He fills us in on beautiful wooden creations you see here (each is limited to 27 pieces and there are six designs in the series) as well as what we can look forward to in the future from this unique company. Hit the jump to see it all!
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