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Josh Keyes Lifted II photo
Josh Keyes Lifted II

Josh Keyes' first piece, Lifted II, on sale Oct. 8


Collaborated with ToyQube to produce sculpture
Sep 30
// Brian Szabelski
ToyQube's got another exclusive release in their store, and this time, it's Josh Keyes' Lifted II sculpture. This is Josh's first collectible piece, and it's based off of a painting he did last year of a circus elephant sitti...
Keithing's The Soul Taker photo
Keithing's The Soul Taker

The Soul Taker comes for you this Friday


New work from Keithing combines a Labbit and Bat Boy into death incarnate
Sep 18
// Brian Szabelski
Keithing has a new custom that he's just finished up, or really, I should say pair of customs. This Labbit-Bat Boy pairing is called the Soul Taker, featuring a little masked reaper (the 6-inch Bat Boy) and his scary pumpkin ...
ToyQube x Josh Keyes photo
ToyQube x Josh Keyes

ToyQube teases a new piece from Josh Keyes


Sculpture based off Keyes' artwork
Aug 06
// Brian Szabelski
ToyQube have sent along this teaser image, showing a new sculpt they're working on. As part of their Signature Series, ToyQube is releasing a piece based off of Josh Keyes' artwork. Josh does very realistic paintings, but I'm...

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NEMO customizes some Sharkys for Tenacious Toys


Aug 28
// Kristina Pino
Check out the gallery for images of what Mike "NEMO" Mendez has done to two of his Sharky figures (sculpted by NEMO and produced by ToyQube)! One of them looks plain old mean, while the other is a zombie shark. It looks prett...
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Keith Poon's Tiger the Hut coming Tuesday


Feb 27
// Brian Szabelski
Keith Poon has sent us info on his newest custom ... and it's not what you might expect. Taking Ron English's recently released Fat Tony, Keith has turned him into something out of the Star Wars universe. Oir well, tried to a...
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Keith Poon brings us some spooky zombified Disney characters


Oct 29
// Brian Szabelski
Keith Poon has sent us some info on his newest custom toys, these one just in time for Halloween. He's taken several 8" Disney vinyl figures and given them all a bit of a zombified look. They're all one-offs featuring Mickey ...
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NYCC 2011: ToyQube


Oct 26
// Kristina Pino
Keith Poon's (a.k.a. Keithing) works have graced the pages of Tomopop plenty of times before. We went to visit his booth, met the artist himself and got to take some shots of the stuff on sale and display! Brian covered ToyQu...
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SDCC 2011: ToyQube


Jul 26
// Brian Szabelski
Coming all the way in from New York was the ToyQube crowd, with artist Keith Poon in tow, and there were certainly a lot of things at their booth to check out. As we mentioned prior to the show, Keith was bringing a ton of cu...
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Keith Poon's Baby Sharky to terrorize New York Comic Con


Sep 28
// Brian Szabelski
New York Comic Con is fast approaching, and the show's exclusives are already starting to be revealed. One of those will be Toyqube's latest unveiled exclusive, Baby Sharky by Keith Poon. It's a smaller, 5" take on Keith...
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'Stud' the GID resin cucake is lonely and looking for a home


Jan 02
// Tomopop Staff
Titanium Toys has just released this whimsical GID resin cupcake named "Stud," the first in a series called Snackz! For such a tiny dude, only 3" high, he had a lot of people working on his design and productio...
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kaNO 's Hi-Def vinyl figure to debut at NYCC


Feb 03
// Brian Szabelski
The first time I remember hearing about kaNO was after seeing his custom MADL for the MADL Citizens Show back in November. His custom piece turned out to be one of my favorites and cemented his status in my mind as one of the...
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ToyQube/Keith Poon's Black Extra Bloody Hammerhead Sharky ready for New York Comic Con


Jan 13
// Brian Szabelski
New York Comic Con is just around the corner (February 6-8), so it's right about time to start getting a glimpse at all the exclusives that will be for sale there. ToyQube kicks things off with the revealing of the Keith Poon...

Tomopop review: SDCC Exclusive Tokidoki Keith Poon Kaniza

Sep 08 // Rio McCarthy
I was most saddened when I learned that I would again be sitting out on SDCC due to lack of funds, but a friend was good to me and nabbed up a few of the exclusives for me since I couldn't personally get them myself.One of the top items on my list was the exclusive Tokidoki Kaniza. I am definitely a sucker for cute animals, and Tokidoki are the supreme rulers of such. I absolutely hate snakes but I'm sure that if Tokidoki made a snake character it would be the most adorable thing ever. So, when I learned that their exclusive at the ToyQube booth was pirate related, I knew I had to have it.I couldn't have made a better choice. Not only is the Kaniza itself adorable, but the packaging it came in is so freaking cute it almost makes my head explode. Even the treasure is cute! Just looking at the box I want to fill my entire room with Tokidoki creatures. Since this little guy's only around 4 inches tall, I could make a lot of them fit if I just had the money to fund such a project.I honestly have no real beef with anything against this figure as it's one of my favorites and there's just not really anything wrong with it. The only thing that's slightly odd is how the back is shaped, but that's to be expected since the front slants backwards. There are also minor marks of character here and there, but I have yet to ever receive a piece that doesn't, and it doesn't detract from this one. What's yet another great thing about this piece? The pricetag! This little guy has brought me so much joy and it was only $15 at the show. Sadly, now if you're wanting to get your hands on it now, the cheapest I've seen it on ebay is $40. I guess that's to be expected since it was limited to 1,000 pieces, but also that it was that cheap and adorable. I will definitely urge you to pick up this piece if you're even remotely interested. I'm so happy I got this one and it's one of the favorites of my collection. It fits in extremely well with my pirate bathroom, but even if you don't have your own pirate ship I'm sure it'd love to come home with you. This is one of the few pieces I don't have anything bad to say about so it's definitely worth trying to find! Best wishes on your treasure hunt, matey!
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As per my last review, you can see I'm quite a fan of pirates and all things landlubber. This year's SDCC exclusive over at the ToyQube booth definitely fit my fancy, as not only was it pirate related, but it was decked out i...

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Custom Delights: Toyqube's fourth anniversary custom Sharky roundup


Aug 12
// Qais Fulton
With Toyqube's fourth anniversary party drawing near more and more incredible custom Sharkies are popping up all over the place. While each and every one deserves individual attention (which you can pay at the show) we though...

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