Bif Bang Pow’s off scale (but still very nice) Dr. Mrs. The Monarch action figure just needs a quick fix to fit right in the the Venture Bros. toy universe.
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It’s still up in the air if NECA will be adding recruits to Dutch’s team in their Predator line, so I decided to make them myself– let’s start with Carl Weathers’ Dillon!
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One of the hardest to find figures in Hasbro’s Marvel Universe is Nick Fury, but now that he’s back on the market it’s time to swap him into the ultimate super spy.
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The Joe Con exclusive Night Force Steeler is going for a ton of money on eBay… but you can make one just like it, for a fraction of the cost. Here’s how…
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CustomCon 34 is accepting submissions between now and April 1st, so get cracking on those custom action figures!
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It’s almost time for the Spring Custom Con, and in the spirit of the season I wanted to show off my abandoned plan for last Fall’s virtual show… a movie-based GI Joe line called Operation: Kino.
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One of the best Vertigo characters ever was crusading gonzo journalist Spider Jerusalem, star of Warren Ellis’ brilliant Transmetropolitan. Spider was only released once in toy form, so it seemed like time to do a modern take.
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Not every custom has to be super involved… some of the coolest and most fun figures to build involve very little effort, like my tweaks on the GI Joe Zombie Vipers.
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This week, we pay tribute to the unsung heroes of Marvel’s Cinematic Universe– SHIELD agents Phil Coulson and Maria Hill!
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