Huck Gee’s army is growing and the latest to roll out is Bugslot & Denguard #9 – The Winter Variant. Brighter colour way then the OG release but don’t let the tamed colour fool you, Bugslot & Denguard packs fire power and mobility to outwit any fuxker.
Grey Wolf’s Creek has a winter. A long, numb, wintery winter. The kind of winter that smarter critters would hibernate through. But for Bugslot and his teammates, rain, snow, sleet or shine, duty always calls. Get a fresh new coat of arctic white painted up on Denguard #9, fire up that diesel and get on out there. Denways need to be cleared, paths de-iced, and perimeters patrolled. On the plus side, you can’t exactly complain about the cold when you’re riding atop a diesel engine and wedged into a sweltering tin can.
Huck loves The Winter Variant the most but for me personally I like the OG more, maybe its just too clean for me. Anyway thats just personal preference. Seeing the OG Bugslot & Denguard at Dcon just cemented how good Huck’s work is and long may it continue. Now we pray that Huck will release smaller versions in the near future.
The Winter Variant Bugslot & Denguard #9 will be available for preorder exclusively at www.HuckGee.com on February 11th for 24 hours only. Mark your calendars and set your alarms: they will be available for preorder beginning at 12:01am PST on Thursday and will be in the store until Midnight only. They will be available for $475 each.
Each of these beautifully hand crafted figures will be individually signed and will ship in approximately 6 to 8 weeks. Once the clock hits midnight on the close of the 11th these will be gone forever. Don’t miss your opportunity to own this adorable, winter prepped piece of the Dapper Little Scoundrel universe.
One other thing I want to highlight. I’m digging that Huck has the decently to take some beautiful photos of his work. Artist/ customisers please take note. Doesn’t have to be that fancy going outdoors. All you need is black or white paper and use your phone. It’s better then taking a toy/ art that you want to sell and expose to the public with photos of a messy background and clutter. Take Hucks photos for an example.