Sunday, 2 September 2012

Play Imaginative @ STGCC 2012

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Play Imaginative Booth @ STGCC 2012 

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Super Alloy 1/6 scale Batman' by Jim Lee

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Super Alloy 1/6 scale Batman' - Chrome version

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Gargoyle display base with stone finish

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Super Alloy 1/6 scale Batman' - Matte version available 25th September 2012 

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'Super Alloy 1/6 scale Ironman Mark VII'

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Mickey Mouse X Pinocchio Fibreglass Figure standing at 70cm

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Disney Mini Figure World (Front) and Mickey Mouse Vinyl Art Figure (Rear)

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Happy Tree Friends (Front) and Justice League (Rear) Logo Trexi 

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SpongeBob Mini Figures World

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Happy Tree Friends Mini Figures World

Play Imaginative are known better for bringing cute collectibles however at STGCC 2012, Play Imaginative exclusively brought in and preview the 'Super Alloy 1/6 scale Batman' by Jim Lee. Personally, I find some similarities between this version of Batman to Ironman. Anyway, it comes with a gargoyle display base with stone finish and embedded magnet so the Batman could steady pose with the magnet feet lock. Beside 'Super Alloy 1/6 scale Batman', Play Imaginative also surprised us with 'Super Alloy 1/6 scale Ironman Mark VII'

Play Imaginative had also showcase their main toyline, which included figures of SpongeBob Squarepants and Happy Tree Friends, Disney. There are also designer toys like TO-FU, Devilrobots, Evirobl, Julius and Trexi figures with design beyond imagination.

5 comments:

bluedrakon said...

Funny to see Jim Lee doing a figure as I haven't heard much from him.

I don't see alot of these in the US market as they are not collected that much (Walt Disney & Happy Tree Friends). For the love of god, please destroy Sponge Bob - that laugh is just annoying as hell - please?

chrismandesign said...

i love this kind of stuff (specially the almost autist Bob LOLOLOLOL) if only they were more affordable =(... also the Art of James Lee is one of my favorites (after Moebius, Serpieri and Travis Charest, for instance...) but i’m pretty sure those 1/6 figures are by far above my budget... =/

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

>> bluedrakon
1/6 is very popular these days and probably that the reason many would want a pie in the market. I believed Disney figures are evergreen. For Happy Tree Friends, they are pretty funny to watch sometime back (Adorable but the cartoon ain't suitable for kiddos).

>> chrismandesign
SpongeBob is either you love or hate him. Chris pal just love them Ha! Ha! As an artist yourself, you sure know a lot of Jim Lee's previous work. 1/6 is definitely on the higher side in terms of pricing for the details. The 'Super Alloy Batman' is priced at S$350/-

deSMOnd said...

I only like the light up diorama case to store iron man figures. The diecast mark 7 is not my cup of tea.

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

The diorama case sure take up some spaces. I guess Ironman Mark 8 from infinity to beyond will continue.

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