Wayne Kramer Guitar God limited edition of 750 by Aggronautix.
As if these new Guitar God figures from Aggronautix weren’t cool enough, both mini-MC5 Wayne Kramer, and James Williamson of The Stooges both deliver signature riffs when you push their buttons. Both are available now as a part of a pretty sweet “Proto Punk Combo Pack” by Aggronautix. Kick out the jams!
James Williamson Guitar God limited edition of 500 by Aggronautix.
Officially approved by dub and reggae king, Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry, this figure has adjustable arms and head, and comes with accessories such as cloth hat, gold bracelet, and gold necklace with star charm. Bonus? Perry’s figure also comes grasping a microphone like a true MC, ready for action.
Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry figure. Even the box it comes in is dope!
Behold the latest creation by very metal felt makers, Felt Alive, Lil’ Freddie Mercury. Felt Alive does something called “sculptural needle felting”, and is the brainchild of Oregon based artist Kay Petal.
Score another win for Washington State toy maker, Funko, and their every growing army of KISS inspired collectables. Mecha Gene was the first Kiss member to be immortalized as a 1970′s retro Japanese-style robot by Funko, and I’m sure we’ll be seeing Android Space Ace, Robo Star Child, and Cyborg Cat very soon.
Johnny Cash handmade statue by Seymour. Johnny Cash would have turned 80 on February 26th.
Seymour (also known as Peter Kelk) is based in Germany. His handmade, one-of-a-kind statue of Johnny Cash (above) was created for the XMas Luau Tiki Show at the Strychnin Gallery in Berlin last year, and sold quickly to a very lucky collector. But don’t despair. Right now Seymour’sEtsy shop is featuring an imaginative illustration series called ” Retired Wrestlers“, as well as other cool pieces. Which almost makes up for Seymour’s wide-eyed Johnny being a one-off.
Retro 1977 Kiss “Love Gun” action figures (both 8″ and 12″ inch) are available now via Figures Toy Company.
Back in the 1989, I broke up with my slacker, metalhead boyfriend, and moved out of our little love den on the first floor of his parents house (classy, I know). I packed everything I cared about into one suitcase, and never looked back. My honest and only regret about my rebel-esque emancipation, was not taking the time to find my original KISS action figures (my Gene still had his plastic headband). To this day I’m still pissed at myself for that, as I’m sure he sold my sweet childhood memories for a bunch of shitty pot. Moving on.
Well the good news is my pathetic sad story will finally have a happy ending as Figures Toy Company just released replicas of KISS’s original 70′s action figures, based on the “Love Gun” album cover. The figures will come in both 8″ and 12″ sizes, and each individual 12-inch figure comes with 1 of 4 retro mini KISS concert T-shirts. The “Love Gun” action figures will be followed by “Sonic Boom”, “Dressed To Kill” and the first KISS album figure series.
AC/DC Pinball Machine. One of three different designs, starting at a mere $6000. Who knew AC/DC fans were part of the 1%?
AC/DC has just launched three new custom pinball machines. Ranging in price from $5699 – $8499, silver ball lovers will be able to rock out to 12 classic AC/DC hits including “Back in Black,” “Highway to Hell” and “You Shook Me All Night Long.”
See more very metal detail on the new AC/DC pinball machine at Stern Pinball.