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Lucha Sharks!

July 19, 2012

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    Here are some pics of my working sculpt for what I plan on becoming my Lucha Shark figure. Conceptually highly indebted to the Inaction Figures by my friends Steve Seeley and Giant Japanese Monster, Bad!, this work in progress figure is a combination of kitbashed parts and original sculpting. I  intend to have […]

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Nerd City Interview: Benjamin Nugent

May 13, 2010

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Benjamin Nugent is the author of “American Nerd“, pretty much the only book ever to look at the origin and historical impact of the word “Nerd”. I recently finished the book, and it is great. It’s well-researched, funny, and fascinating. I recently got a chance to speak with Nugent about his book and the current […]

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Custom Vintage-Style Anthro Panthor by COTU

March 4, 2010

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In what will hopefully be the first of a regular series of blog entries in which I highlight some of my personal favorite pieces from my collection, I have chosen to look at one of the coolest, my vintage-style MOTU anthropomorphic Panthor figure from the guys at COTU. This particular piece was primarily done by […]

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MOTUC Tiger-Man Custom by He-Mike

February 24, 2010

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I’m sure that I’ve probably written about this before, but for many of us who collected Masters of the Universe as kids, some of our most fondly remembered figures were not officially made by Mattel, but were rather from one of the many knockoff lines of the day. I can still clearly recall the being […]

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Episode 58

September 7, 2009

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Max and Ben have a chat about Disney’s acquisition of Marvel, and you get to be a fly on the wall!  Also, the boys come to terms with their new roles as “Furry” icons and internet sex symbols.  They also talk for a bit about the state comics and the like. If you don’t listen […]

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Moos Miht: The Adventures of Mighty Moose

September 2, 2009

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Recently, at Chicago ComicCon, I had the chance to pick the collected trade paperback of Moos Miht: The Adventures of Mighty Moose from Josh Warner and Hanging Chad Entertainment. Moos Miht is a fascinating balance between gritty and cartoony.  From the character designs to the overall art style to the overall storyline, the books walks […]

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Amazing Anthro Customs by Grown Nerd

August 4, 2009

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Taking a cue from the work of The Four Horsemen and their awesome Seventh Kingdom line, Grown Nerd, from the Fantastic Exclusive forums, has recently unveiled a truly impressive array of anthropomorphic custom action figures. Realm of the Claw black panther body & white panther arms and legs Head from McF Cowardly Lion Elbow joints: […]

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Anthro Battle Cat v.2 by Madtinker76

July 9, 2009

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The one and only Madtinker76 decided to take another swing at an anthropomorphic Battle Cat custom figure.  This one looks awesome, too! From Madtinker76: Same recipe as my previous version of Battle Cat and Panthor. I created the armor mostly out of foamie sheets and earphone wire. I was trying to give him as much […]

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Nerd City Interview: Richard Starkings

June 5, 2009

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Richard Starkings is, without a doubt, a visionary.  He’s the man behind Comicraft, the company that’s spearheading a philosophical revolution in the way that graphic design plays a part in the creation of comic books.  He’s also the man behind ELEPHANTMEN, an intensely sophisticated comic of intertwining, deeply human, tales of giant ex-soldier animal men […]

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