NEW YORK, New York (September 17, 2012) After a successful, fully-funded Kickstarter project to fund an exclusive colorway of the Scott Tolleson Uncle Argh Noir Mini Qee, Tenacious Toys is gearing up to sell the remaining stock of Argh Noirs on their website www.tenacioustoys.com beginning Wednesday, September 19th at 9AM EST.
While the fulfillment of the some of the Scott Tolleson original art rewards is still pending, the shipment of the actual Argh Noir Mini Qee rewards is now complete, with backers all across the globe having received their 5-inch Argh Noir Mini Qees in the mail.
“I am very grateful that the toy community banded together to help me fund this exclusive via Kickstarter, so I felt it was only right to hold off on selling remaining Argh Noirs until all backers have received theirs,” said Tenacious Toys CEO Benjamin Kline.
Toy collectors who missed out on contributing to the Kickstarter, but who are still looking to add the Argh Noir to their collection, may go to www.tenacioustoys.com on September 19th to purchase an Argh Noir Mini Qee.
The Argh Noirs will also be available at the Tenacious Toys booth #3121 at the New York Comic Con starting on October 11th and will make an appearance in the goody bags offered to attendees at the 2012 Designer Toy Awards, which will be held during NYCC in New York City.
Tenacious Toys is a New York City-based online art toy shop, founded in 2005 by husband-and-wife team Benjamin Kline and Stephanie Phillips.
Scott Tolleson is an artist from California whose characters have been turned into toys in both vinyl and plush. Scott works for Disney when he’s not drawing, illustrating and creating toys.
Toy2R is the Hong Kong-based vinyl toy manufacturer founded by Raymond Choy. The vinyl Qee figure is their flagship product.
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