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Featured Custom:


Labbit & Dunny "Labbit Stomper" custom by Kevin Gosselin

Featured Toy:


Nom de Plume
Nom de Plume is part of the very popular and desirable WWR series by Ashley Wood with ThreeA. Nom de Plume was first released in 2008 as a 1:6 figure, a smaller 6" figure was released in 2010 as part of the WWRP line. Nom de Plume's allegiance is not certain, it is believed that he was a member of N.O.M. who has possibly gone rogue and that he possesses certain abilities such as being able to communicate with robots and changing his skin colour to suit his purpose and environment.

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Featured Artist:


Established in 1997, Devilrobots are a design team of 5 from Japan that are well known for their symbolic television character named TO-FU. Their main works are graphics, character designs, audio-visual, web designs, toys, CD art, clothing, and more! They’ve held exhibitions in Japan, NY, Paris, and are highly recognized worldwide for their works. A little evil and robotic fun is their taste, and the original world of "Cute, but Toxic" is in effect.

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