Besides the Hot Toys booth at this year's Singapore Toy, Game & Comic Convention (STGCC) 2015 - see my toy blog posts HERE and HERE, other manufacturers were also showing off their statues (pictures HERE) and action figures (posted HERE and HERE), including exclusives at the convention. And then there's the Artists' Alley where you find other individuals showing and selling their custom created Urban Vinyl Action Figures / toys, collectibles and memorabilia. I couldn't cover everything from the show but the pictures posted here are the ones that caught my eye.
The Star Wars' presence was strong at STGCC 2015. Besides Hot Toys, smaller companies were selling Star Wars related toys. This particular Boba Fett sipping on bubble tea (a Taiwanese tea-based drink invented in Taichung in the 1980s and made popular here) by Luke Chueh of Flabslab Presents certainly stopped me in my tracks. Looks pretty cool to me.
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Very cute Star Wars Chibis by Wetworks x Flabslab
Ewok creatures from the wicked mind of the uber-talented UmeToys aka Richard Page
Star Wars half Darth Vader half scary zombie Mickey Mouse designer vinyl figure
Weird looking robot (obviously R2-D2 from Star Wars) with Mickey Mouse ears (one side chewed off) and big eye (a la Mike Wazowski from Disney Pixar "Monsters Inc.")
Funky Rap / Hip Hop Star Wars characters: Spray2-D2, C-3PBoy and half Stormtrooper styled figure inspired by Jason Freeny, an American artist specializing in sculpture, designer toys and computer-generated imagery.
Some Star Wars display at STCCC 2015
A Sitting Gaia Ultraman figure by Budi Nugroho x Flabslab
Monsterball by Darbotz x Flabslab
Nigo Had It by Flabslab looks like AstroBoy sleeping on a park bench
A very fierce looking Ghost of Kurosawa urban vinyl figure by Quiccs x Flabslab. I liked this a lot too :)
There were also Transformer toy robot figures at STGCC 2015
Including this Mastermind Creations reformatted Netro Rex
Batman was still making his presence felt at STGCC 2015. Soap Studio 1:12 scale Remote-controlled TDK (The Dark Knight) Tumbler Batmobiles from the Christopher Nolan Batman film trilogy were on display and for sale as well
Other Mickey Mouse / Marvel crossover designer urban vinyl figures included Iron Man
RoboCop and zombie inspired Mickey Mouse / Movie crossover designer urban vinyl figures were also featured
There was even a chainsaw massacre creepy scary Mickey Mouse vinyl figure
Autumn Stag display by Pobber