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    SDCC13: The CS Moore Studio

    Little Minxies, Mondo-chi, More...





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    The CS Moore Studio was at San Diego Comic-Con in full force showcasing a variety of sexy sculptures from the talented Clayburn Moore. A highlight was their new series of sweetly sexy, curvaceous cuties known as Little Minxies. Joseph Michael Linsner's seductive pinup favorite Sinful Suzi will debut the 8-inch tall PVC statue series priced at $44.95 and slated to hit stores in October. Moore's next Minxie release was revealed at Comic-Con and will be Top Cow's Aphrodite IX (pictured above). Look for this comic cutie in December priced at $54.95.



    Moore's adorable 3" vinyl art series named Mondo-chi also stole the show with numerous creative designs on display. The Dan Hipp designed "Tox" was a Con Exclusive priced at $24.99 and limited to only 199 pieces made. If you missed out on this colorful canine, csmoorestudio.com has a few left in-stock. New Mondo-chi designs were also debuted at Comic-Con, including Pirate and Spaceman styles each priced at $15.99 and limited to 500 pieces each.

    Aside from the playful and whimsical, Clayburn Moore showcased his more mature side with serious high-end statues fro sale. These included everything from his stunning Conan The Conquerer Statue, powerful Angelus Faux Bronze Statue, and more. Check them all out in our SDCC photo gallery below...






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    Re: SDCC13: The CS Moore Studio

    Lots of very nice chick statues coming up

    So what ever happened to Moore's Sasquatch and Monster Hunter figs? And those weird aliens with guns & armor?

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    Question Re: SDCC13: The CS Moore Studio

    Quote Originally Posted by S'laargorath View Post
    Lots of very nice chick statues coming up

    So what ever happened to Moore's Sasquatch and Monster Hunter figs? And those weird aliens with guns & armor?
    Yes. That is what I want to know.

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    Re: SDCC13: The CS Moore Studio

    Still in figure limbo: they haven't generated enough pre-orders to move forward with production. I never say never, but if they haven't received the support they need by now, I don't foresee them happening. However, Moore told me that he'd still like to move forward with the Sasquatch, even if he had to fund it himself. We'll see.

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