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littleplasticmen Vol 1, No 4 is here…

The leaves are falling! Time to unpack your cool weather essentials and cozy up on the couch with LPM #4! Inside you’ll find features on veteran sculptor Steve Varner, a look at Sideshow’s upcoming 1/6th scale figures, toy reviews and much more! Enjoy!

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littleplasticmen Vol 1, No 3 is here…

Happy Summer toy geeks! Pick a shady spot and dig into LPM #3! Inside you’ll find features on the explosion of action figure Kickstarters, a quick history of ZBots, a ‘cool’ figure mystery and more…

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littleplasticmen Vol 1, No 2 is here…

Greetings figure fans! We’re back! Inside LPM #2 you find exclusive news from Quantum Mechanix, a sculptor profile of Peter Kelley, a Q&A session with Zica Toys’ Craig Owen and more!

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littleplasticmen Vol 1, No 1 is here…

Welcome action figure faithful to the premiere issue of littleplasticmen magazine! Inside we have exclusive interviews with Anaglyph Sculpture’s Scott Hensey and Plan B Toys’ Jay Borman, along with news, reviews and more!

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  • Sometimes properties pop up that just beg for toys. One example would be the 1999's sci-fi romp Galaxy Quest. It had cool ships, cool aliens, star-power, etc... but the film never did get a lot of merch support. ReSaurus Toys had planned to make a line of 12" figures for the movie, but alas... it was not to be. A few prototypes were made, including this one of Alan Rickman's Dr. Lazarus character. A painted prototype of this figure recently sold on eBay for $400. #tttf #unproducedtoys


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