Has anyone ever made a toy with real blood in it? Spoiler alert: there's not real blood in this one, but it did get me thinking about whether it's happened or not. When Kiss released a comic book many moons ago each member supposedly poured a vial of their own life juice into the ink before printing. But has anyone ever drip dropped some vampire energy drink into a resin figure? I've never heard about it if so, and I doubt it would be a huge selling point. Though there are stores that specialize in selling human body parts, so I'm sure some freaky toy collectors would be into it. Maybe I'll go and get some blood drawn before my next Nordic Cats are made.
No one tapped a vein for Tokyo Jesus's latest resin figure, but the effect is pretty spectacular regardless. Standing at a foot tall, the mesmerizing Tayu was produced by Clutter Studios in an edition run of 50. The clear resin with the suspended flow of color ensures that each piece is unique and will be a stand out in your collection. They are available now for $333 by visiting www.cluttermagazine.com.