Showing posts with label Scott Wilkowski. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Scott Wilkowski. Show all posts

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Scott Wilkowski Offering Customized Resin Infected Kittens

    If the title or anything like it was ever posted on Craigslist you can consider yourself warned about how much of a bad idea it would be to email that dude.  I myself have obtained things off of that sketchy website ranging from taxidermied birds to vintage cookware, but each time I did it I went into the transaction with the knowledge that I may become a Dateline NBC special.  Some people skydive, I buy preserved bird specimens from a person whose house can't been seen from the road.  I like to live dangerously.

   Scott Wilkowski is not peddling diseased felines that escaped the CDC, but is actually offering up a resin masterpiece that you can customize the colors of.  That's right, you can redeem any other bad decisions you may have recently made by helping Scott create perfection.  When placing your order at all you have to do is pick your outer color AND the color of the inner skeleton.  Personally I would choose orange on the outside and black on the inside, which are the colors of Halloween, the Philadelphia Flyers, and the idiot running our country into oblivion.  I'm only ok with the first two.

   Standing five inches tall, hand cast in resin, and partially designed by you, each one will be $300.

Thursday, January 12, 2017

New Wootmumski and Wootkowski Figures from Scott Wilkowski x Woot Bear

    I attempted to say the title of this post out loud and thank God I was home alone otherwise my wife may have called an ambulance thinking I was having a stroke.  I did get a little light headed, but I'm no worse for it so let's soldier on.

   Scott Wilkowski and Woot Bear are poised to release what looks like a veritable butt ton (it's part of the metric system) of new little mascot dudes.  Not only will there be the standard one featuring both solid and infected editions, but this will also mark the debut of a mummified version who will also come in the previously mentioned forms.  These will be available in their store in San Francisco and online beginning tomorrow (Friday, January 13th) at noon pacific time.  

Monday, October 5, 2015

Kidrobot's Pop Up Shop for New York Comic Con

    Last year Kidrobot was nowhere to be seen at New York Comic Con and I missed them.  I missed them so much that I sat where their booth had previously been and quietly mourned their absence.  This seemed to be awkward to the other people who were set up trying to hawk their wares, and security wasn't really the most understanding group of individuals I've met, especially as they were dragging me out from under the table with what my lawyer said was not actually an excessive amount of force.  The good news is I fired that idiot and Kidrobot is back with not just a booth, but a pop up shop, which sounds way more better.  

    What is sure to be the hit of the show and a guaranteed sell out are these Infected Dunnys from Scott Wilkowski.  Available in either grey or purple (50 of each color) these suckers are gonna be $60  a piece.  

    Of course that is just one of a plethora of offerings that will be available to con goers.  You'll also be able to buy tons of toys before they're released anywhere else.  Things like J*Ryu's 8 and 20 inch Dunnys, or Amanda Vissel's Ferals mini series.  

   They'll also have the new Simpson's figures from Ron English and my personal favorite, doubleparlour's debut 3 inch Dunny, which is a must have for me:

    What other surprises will they have in store?  You'll just have to wait and see when everything begins later this week.  You can find their pop-up shop as part of Clutter Magazine's booth #603

Monday, February 23, 2015

Ferg x Grody Shogun x Scott Wilkowski "Infected Young Gohst" Preorder

    Did you know the yuck that causes pink eye can live on a surface for a month?  I only know this because it's an occupational hazard where I work; one which I've been fortunate enough to avoid.  Of course, pink eye is not the worst thing you can contract from another person, but it's pretty gross.  No wants to wake up with their eye crusted shut and looking like the weeping dead.

    I don't know what would cause something like this to happen to you, but I'm sure Jenny McCarthy will tell you not to vaccinate against it.  Who would have thought some idiot television personality wasn't in fact the utmost authority when it came to infectious diseases?  Crazy.

    Ferg and Grody Shogun's Young Gohst is looking like he may need a trip to ye old apothecary to get a tube of ointment.  Anything you need a tube of ointment for just sounds like the grossest thing possible doesn't it?  I don't know what ails him, but it looks contagious.  This resin figure has been given the "infected" treatment from Scott Wilkowski and is available for preorder right now from Lulubell Toy Bodega.  You have until March 1st at 9am pacific time to secure yourself one for $70.  Maybe if you lick it you'll build up your immune system.

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

NYCC Exclusive "Inner Beast" from Scott Wilkowski x Monster Worship x Lulubell Toys

   I can feel my wallet getting thinner every time I do a post about New York Comic Con.  The fact that I just bought a car, or just paid my mortgage is weighing heavily on my brain, so much so that I think my eyes might be bulging out a little.  But there's so much goodness to be had, that I can then bring home and take pictures of and put in my display cases and drool on every once in a while.   Why must I be tormented so?  Why couldn't I just start a website about professional wrestling, or flea markets or abandoned places in New Jersey or anything else that doesn't make me want everything I see?

   Look at how amazing Monster Worship's Alter Beast figure looks with one of Scott Wilkowski's sweet skeletal forms stuffed inside?  It's a thing of beauty and will be on sale from the folks at Lulubell Toys at booth #408 on a first come, first served basis.  

Monday, July 7, 2014

Infected Smorkin Labbits from Frank Kozik x Scott Wilkowski

    I'm thankful that this toy brings to light a serious issue, possibly the most serious issue, that is affecting our society today.  It unwittingly raises awareness for the dangers of animals smoking.  Hundreds of forest fires every year are caused by raccoons and squirrels that have come home from extra long shifts at their jobs, only to fall asleep on the couch while watching Naked and Afraid reruns and puffing on a menthol.  Not to mention he countless possums and chipmunks who, in a fit of coughing from years of tar buildup, are unable to make it safely to the other side of the road.  These tragedies can be avoided if we are willing to hold the tobacco companies accountable and put a stop to their over-aggressive marketing to woodland creatures.  

    Smoking also makes the bone structures of bunnies look kinda freaky, as evident in these Infected Smorkin Labbits from Frank Kozik and Scott Wilkowski.  These were made for a comic con release many moons ago, but Frank found a bunch of them while he was packing up to move to his new studio.  The few remaining pieces will go on sale today (Monday, July 7th) at noon Pacific time for $150 each.  These are only available at

Wednesday, July 2, 2014

SDCC Exclusive Infected Androids from Scott Wilkowski x DKE Toys

    Well, it looks like it's that time of year again where I show you cool stuff that will be available at San Diego Comic Con that you'll have to pray is available after the show.  Or if you're lucky enough to be going, it will be the stuff that you'll want to make sure you're early in line for.  I only talk about the cream of the crop son!

    I'm never not impressed by the work of Scott Wilkowski.  First off, he makes these crazy freaky looking skeleton things in the shape of popular toys, then he casts them in resin so they look like some kind of horror movie candy that while tasting delicious, will implant a fetal poltergeist in your gut.  DKE will be selling these exclusive Infected Androids in 4 different colors with 100 figures per.  Buy 1 or buy all 4, just don't put them in your mouth as I can guarantee you they don't taste as good as they look.  Plus, who wants to risk having some dark entity burst out of your chest and call you its momma? Not this guy.  

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

SDCC Exclusives from The Sucklord x DKE

    What would any comic con be without The Sucklord peddling his pink wares like snake oil?  Well, it would be less interesting, and the only people yelling at you would probably be security cause you couldn't wait in line anymore for the bathrooms and just peed in the corner.  

    The Sucklord will have a few new releases with the fine folks at DKE at San Diego Comic Con, and two of them will feature duos who we always suspected had much more going on than the working relationship they swore to.  Bert and Ernie and Batman and Robin get the Gay Empire treatment for these two releases.  We always suspected it and finally we got a little bit of honesty from them.  

    But this, this is worth standing in line for hours to obtain despite the smell of those fellow nerds around you who put more effort into their costumes than hygiene.  Scott Wilkowski made a cool skeleton and then put it inside this resin trooper.  How does he do it?  Who care, just worry about how great it will look hanging on your wall.  

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

DKE Exclusives for San Diego Comic Con

    DKE always has a butt ton of exclusives when they hit up San Diego Comic Con.  They've been releasing news everyday about them, but sometimes it's just hard for me to keep up.  So I've gathered everything together that I know so far into one handy post for you.  Now begin drooling over all the things you're gonna have to have.

    I'm starting things off big with this Kozik/Scott Wilkowski collaboration.  I'm not sure what these Labbits are infected with.  Maybe it's shingles.  You know, if you've had chicken pox the shingles virus is already inside you, lying dormant, waiting for the right time to make you miserable.  My father in law had it, and while he didn't become transparent and his skeleton didn't morph into an alien-like structure, he said it sucked pretty bad.  So maybe these don't have shingles, but whatever they're afflicted with they're cool and I want them both.  There are 75 of each color available and they will be $150 each.  You think that's expensive?  It's not, because those suckers can't be easy to make.  

    Maybe your collection is less sinister and more subtle.  That's cool, because they have something for you too.  This is a Ji Ja, and while I don't know what that means my keen detective skills tell me it is a bird-like creature ready to come home with you.  Mr. Clement hand painted 50 of these and they will see for $45.  

    Crapzombies!  What a great name.  And what a great deal.  You get 2 figures and a signed and numbered print for $25.  Van Beater knows about value like no one else.  That will leave you with enough money to buy a $20 hot dog and $15 soda so you don't starve to death.  FYI:  if you die at Comic Con everyone will think you're just doing a Walking Dead cosplay and it will take awhile before they figure things out.  Don't die at Comic Con.  

    I like tea.  Sometimes I get those bottles of Nestea from the vending machines and I get about half way through it thinking how healthy I'm being and then all of a sudden I just stop liking it.  I've never drank a full one.  They kinda taste like Pepsi at first and then I think I reach the part that's good for me and my taste buds revolt.  I've spent years developing my healthy food defense system and somewhere along the way I've forgotten how to shut it off.  But I like this guy.  Matt Jones made 100 of these guys chilling in their tea cups and you can have one for $22.  Again, that's a pretty good deal.  

Find these and more at DKE's booth #5045.