The Honeycomb Collective

da na na na na na BATMAN!!!
August 8, 2008, 5:50 pm
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The Dark Knight is still killing it on the big screen, and is truly dark as ever!  To lighten the Jokers evilly( not a real word) amazing performance  Hot Toys will release Continue reading

KidRobot: Touma 20-Inch Dunny
August 4, 2008, 5:56 pm
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Artist Touma, the creator of the Knuckle Bear, has released this rare 20-inch Dunny.  This Dunny has been confined to Continue reading

Frank Kozik’s Kaws “500 Years Later” Companion
August 4, 2008, 5:44 pm
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Artist Frank Kozik, who has worked with Nike, BASF, Slim Jim, MTV, and KidRobot, debuted his custom Kaws Companion at this years Comic Con.  The piece named “500 Years Later” inspired by Continue reading

2008 Vader Project

This is a couple of month old, but I did not get a chance to review the amazing project.  Star Wars Celebration IV convention held a crazy art show paying tribute to the real deal “Dark Knight”, Darth Vader.  The 2008 Vader project is a collection of Continue reading

Dez Einswell’s “Iron” Ape
July 28, 2008, 4:42 pm
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Artist Dez Einswell teamed up with clothing company XLarge to create their, Iron Man inspired, “Iron Ape.”  The final version was displayed at Continue reading

Medicom Toy Company x The Dark Knight
July 27, 2008, 9:13 pm
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In celebration of one of the greatest movies ever made The Medicom Toy Company has paired up with DC Comics to create the “Twin Pack.”  The pack is released with Continue reading

The Dark Knight: Evil in Everyone
July 24, 2008, 12:48 pm
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I finally set time aside to see The Dark Knight.  I normally am in line to see a movie of this caliber at the midnight show opening day.  I was worried that hearing so many great reviews would dilute my perspective on the film.  This is the Continue reading