As many people know, half of Trampt (Keegan), moved out to Los Angeles in June. Doing so meant losing a lot space, which has left most of our collection in a storage unit since moving out west. ... [ read more ]
I'm so looking forward to this show that I'm posting about it a little early, I just can't help myself. Billy- Blamo's 5th Annual Custom Show is coming! I'm obsessed with my Billy figure and I love him as a platform for customizers... [ read more ]
With all the energy spent prepping for DCon and our Hustle and Hype show, it's nice to be able to kick back and go see all the hard work other people have been doing. Tonight at Toy Art Gallery is the opening of 'Artists Assemble' show featuring over 50 artists... [ read more ]
I can't believe I forgot to post this sooner. There is a robot-shaped void in my life and tomorrow as I stroll Culver City for Luke Chueh's solo show: Random Acts of Sadness at CHG Circa, I'll also be stopping by... [ read more ]
How has it already been two full weeks since San Diego Comic Con? I've only just recovered, and I've been contimplating the best way to share our personal experiences now that we can attend so many of the events we cover.... [ read more ]
Everytime we write up about a great event happening in LA, it just makes us want to move out there even more. Giant Robot hosts 'Year of the Snake' show opening with a stellar lineup of artists to celebrate the upcoming Chinese... [ read more ]
2012 will be over in a few short hours, and after being inspired by the TOYSREVIL post of Andy's top 10 purchases of 2012 I decided to write my own list. This is the first year that I actually purcased a custom toy, in fact... [ read more ]
Each year the guys over at Blamo Toys put on a custom show, in their 4th year a variety of artists will be customizing their super huggable figure Hug. Opening this Saturday December 15th @ 7pm over at Toy Art Gallery this show will have... [ read more ]
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