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Volpin Props creates perfect model of the Planet Express from Futurama


Proudly Made on Earth
Mar 28
// Vanessa Cubillo
Harrison Krix of Volpin Props recently shared an in-depth look into how he created his latest project, a model replica of The Planet Express from Futurama. The finished project looks phenomenal! This model looks like it came...

Kidrobot announces Futurama Series 2

Jan 29 // Brian Szabelski
Kidrobot Futurama 2 photo
Coming to an Earth near you on Feb. 20
We got a little bit of a tip last night that Kidrobot had accidentally leaked their Futurama Series 2 line-up on their shop, but looks like they just jumped the gun a bit as the Kidrobot Blog has posted a preview today. There...

Kidrobot's Hedonismbot photo
Kidrobot's Hedonismbot

Kidrobot's Hedonismbot apologizes for nothing


Ready for gluttonous consumer consumption on Nov. 21
Nov 06
// Brian Szabelski
So here's Kidrobot's newest release: Hedonismbot! The golden, lethargic, grape-eating robot from Futurama is being made into a 6-inch vinyl figure. Yes, he comes with his grapes and is a bit expensive at US$49.99 US (&po...
Toynami Hypnotoad photo
Toynami Hypnotoad

Everybody loves the Hypnotoad vinyl bank pre-order


Buy it. Buy it. Buy it. Buy it.
Aug 12
// Scarecroodle
Toynami's vinyl coin bank of the Futurama fan-favorite Hypnotoad is currently available for pre-order. Hypnotoad was previously on display at Toynami's SDCC booth. Hypnotoad is the star of (fictitious) show Everybody Loves Hy...
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SDCC 2013: Toynami


Street Fighter Sanrio, Skelanimals, Futurama and more
Jul 25
// Vanessa Cubillo
Toynami's booth at SDCC had merchandise from Sanrio, Skelanimals, Futurama, and more. Skelanimals had their usual lineup of plushes and figures that included the Day of the Dead line and their DC line. They had a lot of thei...

Kidrobot teases SDCC 2013 exclusives

Jul 06 // Brian Szabelski
Kidrobot SDCC 2013 photo
8-inch JPK Dunny, Marvel Labbits among the offerings
Kidrobot has begun teasing its SDCC 2013 exclusives, and truth be told, it's an alright list: The July 17 release is a set of Marvel Labbits, the Wolverine and Venom ones we saw before, perhaps as the debut release (like the...

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Toy Fair 2013: Toynami


Hello Kitty looks ready for a fight
Feb 15
// Brian Szabelski
Toynami's exhibit space at Toy Fair wasn't quite on the main floor, but that doesn't mean they had nothing to show. In fact, there's a ton of new stuff on the way, starting with a big expansion of the Street Fighter x Sanrio ...
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Coming to retail on Sept. 20
Kidrobot has previewed the next entry in their Futurama vinyl figure series, and it's the one and only Nibbler. Standing 6 inches tall, Nibbler — dressed in his signature cape and diaper — comes with a tray of kit...

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All glory to Kidrobot's next batch releases


Aug 03
// Brian Szabelski
It's here: after a debut at San Diego Comic Con, Kidrobot's Hypnotoad has arrived and is awaiting your praise. The 4.5-inch Hypnotoad is the latest Futurama designer toy from Kidrobot and by far my favorite, especially w...
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[UPDATE] SDCC 2012: Kidrobot


Jul 15
// Brian Szabelski
Kidrobot's booth at SDCC reminds me a lot of last year. Not just because there's a similar layout in a similar spot with a Dunny that you can doodle on out in front of it (last year's was a Munny, if I recall right), but beca...
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SDCC 2012: Toynami


Jul 14
// Philip Lee
Our SDCC 2012 coverage continues with the company that showcased one of the most fluffiest and cuddliest displays, Toynami! The most prominent reveal was their Street Fighter Hello Kitty plushes, in which we'll be getting the...

Kidrobot's SDCC releases officially announced

Jun 05 // Brian Szabelski
Preview night: Futurama Hypnotoad (pre-release, US$39.95, review coming in the future hopefully) and Homer Simpson Buddha figure (US$50, limited to 500 pieces, SDCC exclusive, comes with Homer holding prayer beads and a pretzel). Here's hoping the Hypnotoad turns out to be awesome. Thursday, July 12: 7-inch Cyborg Labbit Excelsior Edition (SDCC exclusive, US$75, limited to 300 pieces). As you might guess, Chuckboy is the artist behind this one, and it'll probably look like a cross between his popular 2Tone Dunny and a Labbit. Chuckboy is also doing a signing from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, July 13: Mahākāla Dunny Prosperity Edition (SDCC exclusive, US$100, limited to 300 pieces). Andrew Bell is the artist behind this Dunny, taking the protector deity Mahākāla from Indian and Nepalese culture, the four-armed Dunny (yes, you can see the extra arms!) comes with a trident accessory, extra set of articulated arms, and removable Dunny skull belt. Andrew is also doing a signing from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. Can't wait to see this in color. Saturday, July 14: Skullslinger Tuco Edition (SDCC exclusive, US$100, limited to 300 pieces). The most obvious one of the bunch is a new piece from Huck Gee, featuring his Skullslinger character. Standing 11 inches tall, it's clearly the biggest piece at the show, and considering it's also a Huck piece ... it's the one most likely not to last the day. Sunday, July 15: Exclusive handprinted T-shirts (SDCC exclusive, US$38, limited to 78 shirts). What is this? T-shirts? Yes, taking a break on the last day of the convention from vinyl, Kidrobot is tapping into its fashion side with some limited-edition handprinted heather grey men's T-shirts (ranging in size from small to XXL). Each one is being handmade by Ryan the Wheelbarrow from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m.
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Earlier this week, we brought you news that Kidrobot was teasing a series of new figures as its SDCC exclusives. Today, we have word from Kidrobot themselves about what exactly each of those silhouettes will be. Folks were ma...

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Downgraded Bender says "Bite my Rugged Wooden Ass!"


Jun 03
// Chris Seto
The talented guys over at Kidrobot have given everybodys favourite booze drinkin, foul mouthed, (mostly) human hating robot from the 30th Century a bit of a makeover!! Taken inspiration from the episode Obsoletely Fabulous, t...
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Toy Fair 2012: Toynami


Feb 20
// Brian Szabelski
Toynami's Toy Fair booth happened to be all the way up on the fourth floor of the Javits Convention Center, but there was quite a bit on display! Naruto Shippuden, Bleach and Robotech/Macross figures were on display...






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