What Toys Are Up To: Layton Vs. The figma

4:00 PM on 05.25.2011 // Colette Bennett

Finding pictures for our weekly What Toys Are Up To feature is always fun, but I admit my favorite thing about ti is when a reader sends in photos of their toys that they shot themselves. That's why I always beg you guys to do that at the end of the article, you see. Colette@tomopop.com. Use it, and stuff.

Anyway, the photos you see here of Professor Layton versus KOS-MOS were taken by our very own community member PersonaSpace, and we are proud to feature them! Of course, we also have lots of other cool stuff like selections from the always hilarious Hobby Search blog, Nendoroids at play in their own house, Bearguy customs and more. What do you like from this week's gallery?

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