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Coming soon from Rebelresin Abbott and Costello meet Dr.Jeckly and Mr.Hyde bust sculpted by the very Talented Brian Hanliton

 

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Very cool piece Dan!!
Congrats on your first release and I hope you sell a truckload.

Chris.:)
 

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Very cool piece Dan!!
Congrats on your first release and I hope you sell a truckload.

Chris.:)
Thank Chris and actually this will be are 4 release as we have a Yagher Strange coming soon Bust and also out now is the twitty hyde sculpted by Al Rebiro and The Nosferatu Bust sculpted by Troy Mcdevitt and thinking hard for the Aurora guys of doing a certain Godzilla;)
 

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Ooooh, DAMN...okay, Danny, I'm in for one o' these! Keep us posted on the particulars!
 

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Nice looking bust and that Strange Frankenstein should be good too. How big are these guys anyway?
 

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Nice looking bust and that Strange Frankenstein should be good too. How big are these guys anyway?
Thanks Bob and the Hyde bust is going to be give or take the size of the Geo Busts.The Strange Frankenstein is the size of the Bigheads that Earthbound makes.When get the pics of the Strange will post them here as sure your going to love how it turned out as Yagher is doing the sculpt for us:thumbsup:
 

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Thanks,But the Aurora kit think was based on the Fredrich March Hyde:dude:
It's A&C Meet DR. Jekyell and Mr. Hyde. Universal owned the rights to the likeness. March's Mr. Hyde was a Paramount film which was sold to MGM, so it would not compete with it's remake with Spencer Tracy. The Aurora box may have Frederich March's likeness, but the kit is based on the above mentioned film. March's Mr. Hyde did not have curly hair. The box does say, "Universal Pictures Presents"
 

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It's A&C Meet DR. Jekyell and Mr. Hyde. Universal owned the rights to the likeness. March's Mr. Hyde was a Paramount film which was sold to MGM, so it would not compete with it's remake with Spencer Tracy. The Aurora box may have Frederich March's likeness, but the kit is based on the above mentioned film. March's Mr. Hyde did not have curly hair. The box does say, "Universal Pictures Presents"
Well you learn something new every day:).Thanks for the 411:dude:
 

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Newest pics from Brian and should have it here by the end of the week and off to get mold and casted up.
Plus sneak peek of whats next!See link below:dude:





 
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