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2:44 AM on 01.01.2014

Super 7 releases super secret New Year's release

Happy New Year, Tomopop readers! We are now officially in 2014, so we now have a whole new year for awesome toy releases. Super 7 wanted to get a jump on that and announced that they would have a secret New Year’s rele...

Vanessa Cubillo


7:00 AM on 10.15.2013

Hello Kitty+Simpsons come together for the first time

The Simpsons and Hello Kitty have been around for quite some time now. Still, in all this time these two have never crossed paths. Well, now that's about to change! Yesterday, Sanrio announced that Hello Kitty and The Simps...

Vanessa Cubillo

5:00 PM on 07.15.2013

Threezero and AMC announce The Walking Dead collaboration

Threezero has just announced that they will be collaborating with AMC on a line for The Walking Dead. Threezero, a Hong Kong toy company best known for their 12 inch figures, will produce 1/6 scale figures from The Walk...

Vanessa Cubillo

8:00 PM on 07.08.2013

Introducing Nemori and their first piece, Clissold

Never heard of Nemori? Well, they're new, but I bet you have: it's a new collaborative effort (and world of the same name) created by Cris Rose and Lunabee. Their first release is a little fellow name Clissold, a 6-inch resin...

Brian Szabelski

5:00 PM on 07.03.2013

Behold this epic LEGO steampunk castle

Just when I think I've seen all that you can do with LEGO bricks, something like this comes along. Here is an entire castle built and assembled from over 20,000 pieces. Called Steam Castle Falls, this was shown as a diorama ...

Vanessa Cubillo



Sculpt & Swap returns with Scott Kinnebrew, Jason Chalker photo
Sculpt & Swap returns with Scott Kinnebrew, Jason Chalker
by Brian Szabelski

Urban Vinyl Daily's Sculpt & Swap series is back for a third release, and this time around, Scott Kinnebrew and Jason Chalker are the featured artists. How the series works is that each artist sculpts five custom figures, then sends their figures to their collab partner, who paints the figures. So Scott sculpted figures that Jason painted, and vice versa. Both these guys have very different styles, and you can see it in the releases, with Jason's kit-bashing and sculptwork given a colorful paintjob by Scott, and Scott's creatures likewise painted into mythical beasts by Jason.

Want one? They're blind-boxed and on sale today at noon EST (4 p.m. GMT, 9 a.m. Pacific) for US$75 each. You can find them in the Urban Vinyl Daily store.

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8:00 AM on 06.23.2013

Argonaut Resins puts a curse on you

Argonaut Resins is back collaborating with Small Angry Monster for a bunch of new customs. Their first collaboration is a wave of Tuttz figures called Cursed. Coming in an ominous custom hand painted stone textured box, each...

Vanessa Cubillo

9:00 AM on 12.08.2012

It was inevitable: Vocaloid x Hello Kitty Collaboration

Did you ever expect to see this NOT happen? Let's be honest with ourselves here, folks. Vocaloid will put it itself in just about anything. Everyone loves to collaborate with Hatsune Miku. The heads over at Sanrio, while not ...

Andres Cerrato

8:00 AM on 07.11.2012

Blue Blur hits Sanrio: Incoming Sonic Hello Kitty plush!

This is the cutest thing I have seen in my life. I can't even.. I don't have the words for this. You don't understand. I have been a life-long fan of both Sonic the Hedgehog and Hello Kitty, and my brain can't handle the awes...

Rio McCarthy

2:00 PM on 05.21.2012

My Melody to make the contract with Kyubey this July

Yes, you read that right. Sanrio's adorable character My Melody (and Kuromi, too) will become a magical girl in the new merchandise line, "My Melody x Puella Magi Madoka Magica". This is not the first time a Sanrio character ...

Natalie Kipper



Tamiya, GSC to collaborate on RC car, Nendo Petit sets photo
Tamiya, GSC to collaborate on RC car, Nendo Petit sets
by Brian Szabelski

While we're busy looking over all the plamo kits on display at the 51st Shizuoka Hobby Show, Good Smile Company has made a bit of a surprise announcement there. They will be partnering with one of the top remote control car makers in the world, Tamiya, to produce a series of model car-Nendoroid Petit bundles! The three announced are Racing Miku 2012 ver. with the open-top Astute; Toaru Kagaku no Railgun's Mikoto Misaka and the appropriately partnered Thunder Shot; and Saber with the appropriately partneres Super Sabre. 

The reason? Well, it's the 30th anniversary for Tamiya of their four-wheel drive RC cars. More info on these will be available in the July issue of Dengeki Hobby, which comes out next Friday, May 25. It's so odd to see two things I like kind of coming together into one, but at the same time, if it gets more folks interested in RC or model cars, I don't really mind it too much.

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8:00 PM on 04.04.2012

A work-in-progress update from Emily Bee, more details

Remember Strength and Destroy, a custom collaboration between Argonaut Resins and Emily Bee? END of Argonaut Resins is working on another, bigger project to involve a bunch of artists in a series of 8" Tuttz, something he rev...

Kristina Pino