Online is Huck Gee x Jon Paul Kaiser’s Skullhead Samurai! Collectors can breath a sigh of relief as Huck Gee now has them in his own online store!  ( but seriously limited amount) Based on Huck Gee’s trademark skullhead design, this 9? vinyl collectable is articulated at 5 points and comes with a removable katana accessory.

After drooling over the photos and if you’re like us jealous that STGCC attendees owning them first. Measuring 9 inches in height with 5 points of articulation and a katana accessory.


A three-way collaboration between Huck Gee, Jon-Paul Kaiser and Pobber, Skullhead Samurai features Huck Gee’s signature Skullhead design.

Buy NOW at Priced at $100 USD.

Also look out for the upcoming Skullhead Samurai Custom Show. More details on that at a later date.

Check out the first episode of The Collection for 2017 last week..

The Collection Volume XIII: Listen Here
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Episode 507 – The Collection with Huck Gee – Part 13: J*RYU

The Collection returns for another year on the Adventures In Design airwaves and Huck and Mark bring J Ryu on as their first guest. J Ryu has a beautiful and delicate ornamentation found across his work that places his work in another time. Between his sense of style and rich pop culture knowledge, he adds a whole new layer to The Collection we have yet to hear from a designer. Meanwhile, Huck has been hard at work as he adds another production technique to his at home arsenal of toy making gadgetry. This DIY approach offers some cost-cutting and time-saving tactics Huck employs, but there is still some research to be done and we get to hear some of the results straight form the mad scientist himself.

Talking Points

  • The many names of J Ryu.
  • Rotocasting vs. Slush Casting
  • Balancing the time to dry, the amount to use, and balls that throw off your centre of gravity.
  • DIY home production techniques.
  • All hands on deck for Huck and the double-edged sword of purchasing equipment.
  • The long long road of the F.A.D. Dunny.
  • Making chic trash.
  • The leadership and decision-making process behind a maturing company.
  • J Ryu’s ornamentation as storytelling elements.
  • Growing up as an Asian Gothic Redneck in North Carolina.
  • Shanghai Comic Con Customers and Eastern Culture.
  • Uncovering the path to make toys and searching for that career rave.
  • Chasing real creative ideas when you walk away from agency work.
  • The proper ways to behave when you meet a celebrity.
  • Optimus Prime, Battle Of The Planets, and Voltron.
  • Putting together your fragmented childhood memories to find Space Giants.
  • The first generation of kids who grew up and chased down their dreams.
  • Pro Pomeranians, Pro Wrestlers, and Con Kids.
  • Testing the science behind 3D Resin materials over time.
  • How cost effective is it to have a 3D Printer and how does it change your production techniques?
  • Can we get 3D Printing on demand yet?
  • Storytelling with Squad 33 and developing the online archive of Huck Gee.
  • Facebook as an advertising tool and Facebook as a social media outlet.
  • Boiling the internet down to four channels.
  • Getting the invite to The Smiths party.
  • Are you adding to the conversation or just muddying the waters?
  • Properly pushing the products you make and staying prolific.

In partnership with the fine folks at Adventures in Design

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