By Namu Niku, Eric Nilla, and Rampage Studios
I can’t do it this time.
I can’t do it because I feel stupid.
And because I feel stupid it has clouded my feelings regarding this figure.
When I first saw this figure I was enamored with it. I thought it was a beautiful extension of Namu Niku’s Gyu-Dome figure. And it is.
I decided to share my emotional reaction because, even unable to explain it, I think it is important to acknowledge when figures cause emotional reactions. I think it is interesting that I can have a negative emotional reaction (at some point) and still really like a figure. I think that is the part that points to the strength of the Cannibal Gyu-Dome figure.
There really is no arguing that the figure looks fantastic. Just look at it.
You likely already know these artists. But just in case you need to find more information, here are some places to find more information about Nama-Niku:
– Nama-Niku on UofMUSCLE.com
– Nama Niku on Instagram
– Namu Niku on Twitter
It looks like Rampage Toys may have become Rampage Studios – or uses both. Hopefully continuing to use Rampage Toys is acceptable. For more information about Rampage Toys?Studios, check out these links:
– Rampage Toys on UofMUSCLE.com
– Rampage Toys Blog
– Rampage Toys on Twitter
– Rampage Toys on Facebook