The annual Kidrobot holiday Dunny is upon us, and it's MAD's HolidAPE. This year's design is indeed a primate in holiday colors; one is a red-and-green Christmas affair, while the other is a silver/white/light blue Hanukkah v...
MAD has something for you Adventure Time fans out there: a custom MADL based off Finn and Jake! Mostly Finn, but still, it's actually a fun design. I'm not too sure what the scale of the MADL is (probably a 5-inch one), but what I like about it is how MAD's own style has been fused with the show's animation style to create something that should be recognizable for fans of either.
But even if you're not a fan of Adventure Time (somehow), MAD's got a second MADL that he's done with features characters from Cartoon Network series both past and present. I might actually like that one better than the Finn one ... if only we could get a glimpse at the other side of it.
Sadly, you can't get either custom ... but you can get something inspired by them. MAD's Battle Ready silkscreen print is available in the Cartoon Network shop for US$69.95 (it's 18 inches by 24 inches and limited to 200 prints). The print, like the customs, takes MAD's style and applies it to Jake and Finn
With 28 different designs, some of which are variants or mystery figures and most of them featuring extra molding and accessories, there's much fun to be had with these figures. Check out my full review based on some samples after the jump!
We brought you a little bit of news about Android Series 03 last week, but we've got even more to share! First, there's the release date: Android Series 03 starts dropping on Sept. 24 at 11 a.m. Eastern (8 a.m. Pacific) in the Dead Zebra store, with retailers receiving them shortly after that; check in with your local shops to see when they've got them in stock! Plus, the DYZplastic blog has shown off a few new designs for the series, and some are pretty cool.
Our gallery has photos of all the revealed designs, including the Red, Clear and Nexus Androids; Barista Boy by Andrew Bell; Intergalactic by kaNO (yes, Beastie Boys-themed!); Cry-On by MAD (with spray can shaking sounds!); and Professor Skully McRivethead by Huck Gee. Add to that list a design you can see on the checklist, Whoogle the Owl by Gary Ham, and Series 03 is looking pretty solid. What do you think of the designs, Tomopop readers?