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Max Boy & Max Toy Club kit


Ah, finally the official Max Toy Company mascot, Max Boy has landed !



Skillfully sculpted by Makino-san ( TTToys ), vinyl casting by Shimizu-san and painted by the Maruyama Brothers in Japan. Based on our Max Toy Logo ( trademark pending πŸ˜‰ ), and for those of you who don’t know Max Boy and the company is named after my son, Max ! Yes, it’s confusing, as some people will email me and call me Max (haha). I’ve been wanting to make this figure since starting Max Toys over 9 years ago… so I’m so happy with how it turned out !

Standing about 5 inches tall, a limited quantity will be posted online in the next day, plus …


Remember the Max Toy Club ?!! Finally I’ve been able to set aside a few Max Boys to go along with our newly revamped Club Kit (new folder, card, pin, sticker and patch !). So if you’ve ever wanted to join now’s the time ! While only a few slots will be open, don’t worry, as soon as we make more Max Boys we’ll re-open the club again.

Nyagira Cat Kaiju tshirts arriving this week

Sorry for the delay but if you pre ordered a Nyagira Kaiju Cat tshirt they will be shipping this coming week πŸ˜‰ Nyagira shirt designed by Javier Jimenez ( http://www.javierjimenezdesign.com) and Printed by the folks at Monster Kolors (http://www.monsterkolorstore.com) !

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Here’s a peek at them, better pics in a few days ! After I fill pre orders I’ll post remaining stock in the web store by size.

Max Toy Updates FOE Hello Kitty Eyezon

Next week on Saturday, June 6th, 2015, I have this original painting (left side) in Bwana Spoon’s FOE gallery show. Check FOE for more details, lots of good stuff to be had !



Just completed this insane Winged Kaiju Eyezon for a fan as well πŸ˜‰



And last but not least, the final Hello Kitty Kaiju figure is now on sale at the Japanese American National Museum (http://www.janm.org ) store. There was a limited release online but they are now sold out. However, you can buy one in person still but one per person. No phone orders or email saves, sorry to say. Its while supplies last and this being the last weekend of the Hello Kitty 40th Anniversary show, I don’t expect them to last too long. I wanted to take a moment to not only thank the Fans for buying this figure but to Sanrio, Jamie at JapanLA and to Maria Kwong at JANM for their help in making this possible. Many thanks to Makino-san for the perfect sculpt, to Shimizu-san in Tokyo for casting all the vinyl pieces, to the Maruyama Brothers for hand painting each one in Japan and to Yo-san the Man in Japan for coordinating all the production. In order to make one toy there are many people who do their part, so you can have something to collect. So the next time you look at one of our toys or even a toy from Target, just remember that there are humans and hard work behind them πŸ˜‰


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