The Disarticulators show off their debut figures

Jan 02 // Brian Szabelski

New pieces from trio will be at (In)action Figure Show next week

Look out, designer toy world, there's a new trio in town: The Disarticulators. Comprised of artists Tru:Tek, Zectron, and Bigmantoys, the trio will have their first official release at the upcoming (In)action Figure Show at Clutter Gallery next Saturday, Jan. 12. As you can see with the debut piece Kesh-E-Face, there's a heavy Masters of the Universe feel to the figure, mashed up with some old-school M.U.S.C.L.E. stylings. The 3-inch figures are cast in rubber urethane and feature a rotating head, with some awesome sculptwork there by Zectron.

There will only be five pieces in the first run at US$35 each, and they'll be at the show first, then on Clutter's webstore if there's leftovers. Also at the event will be new H.U.S.T.L.E. grape colorway sets exclusive to Clutter Gallery. Those will be: a three-figure pack designed by Brutherford Industries, Killer Bootlegs and Taylored Curiosities; a six-pack of Skworm Hunter figures; and the first H.U.S.T.L.E. Battle Pack, consisting of four figures from Rampage Toys and Tru:Tek that come with a wrestling ring to display them in.

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