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Feb 23, 2007

Muttpop: Wizard Exclusive

Muttpop  was approached by Wizard Entertainment to do exclusive variants of figures in the Muttpop Designer Toy line. Because of the sincere enthusiasm Wizard had for Muttpop, the collaboration was a very natural and exciting one. Muttpop decided to give these exclusives a splash of “pop” culture. El Panda Dragon is a nod to the great Bruce Lee. Muttpop elevates the “Game of Death” tracksuit design with a bit of that ever-loving Muttpop humor. Red Demon Vice Edition (gives props to the funky Miami “style” made famous by the original 1980s “Sonny” Crockett. I can assure you he’s not wearing socks. Both figures are limited to 250 pieces and will be available in late April/early May. Wizard is taking advance orders at their Wizard Universe Store. You will also be able to purchase both figures at Wizard World conventions.  Last but not least, here’s sneak peak at the “Classico Collection”. Note the first clear glimpses of Red Demon Classico and Mini Gobi Classico! Stay classy.

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Sweet mother of god! The El Panda Dragon is perfect!!

That Classico Red Demon just won me over completely. I need it.
Does anyone know if it will be available online?

JON:
Thanks!

ZMA:
I'm glad you dig. Red Demon Classico will be available to retailers worldwide after the debut of Red Demon Original. Expect to see them for sale online sometime in Summer 2007.

-Muttpop Bob

Thanks
You rock Bob.

Great stuff... the Vice colorway is perfect!

So much Monster5 five goodness on display! Muttpop is lucky and one of the best, cleanest design companies in the biz. Congtatulations

Mandy M.

They look real cool When is the Original versions going to be released?

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