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Jason Freeny x Mighty Jaxx – Marvin the Martian & Tweety gets UPSIZED for XXRAY PLUS!


A new batch of XXRAY figures comes your way thanks to Jason Freeny and Mighty Jaxx… and this go around, there’s something in common… something very Looney… if you know what we mean as Marvin the Martian and Tweety gets UPSIZED for XXRAY PLUS!!!


A recurring antagonist from the Looney Tunes Show, Marvin the Martian might be small in size but he definitely has great ambitions! Armed with his loyal puppy K-9 and army of Instant Martians, this buggy little terrorist is making it his life Mission to destroy planet Earth! Marvin the Martian will be making his anatomical debut with his signature warrior’s helmet and ballet tutu in an exclusive 8.5″ XXRAY PLUS edition HERE for $80 a pop!


I tawt I taw a puddy tat…I did, I did, I did taw a puddy tat!” Everyone’s favorite little canary might be sweet as sugar with his singing and swinging in the cage but he’s also tough as nails when a “bad ol’ puddy tat” is bothering him. Tweety can definitely fight his own fight while keeping up with his lovable appearance, it’s no wonder he’s making the hearts of young and old flutter! Add this exclusive 8″ tall XXRAY PLUS edition of Tweety to your Looney Tunes collection today HERE for $80 a pop!

Jason Freeny & Mighty Jaxx – “XXRAY Foo Dogs” release announced!


Mighty Jaxx & Jason Freeny‘s “XXRAY” line, known for incorporating Freeny’s signature quarter-cut dissection element to a wide variety of forms, will be tackling the Imperial guardian lions, which are simply known as Shi in China but are commonly called “Foo Dogs” in the West. Depicting the most well-known representation of the lion in imperial China, it’s fantastic to see the “XXRAY Foo Dog” interpretation, which will stand 8-inches tall and be cast in vinyl. Now, these lions are usually depicted in pairs, a male leaning his paw upon an embroidered ball (representing supremacy) and a female restraining a playful cub that is on its back (representing nurture), so it only makes sense that these gorgeous bluish-green patina “XXRAY Foo Dog” figures will be sold as a pair, becoming available on June 3rd, 2017 at 7am PST from the Mighty Jaxx online shop for $240 per set of two.

Jason Freeny & Mighty Jaxx’s “XXRAY Foo Dogs” Coming Soon!


Mighty Jaxx & Jason Freeny‘s “XXRAY” line, known for incorporating Freeny’s signature quarter-cut dissection element to a wide variety of forms, will be tackling the Imperial guardian lions, which are simply known as Shi in China but are commonly called “Foo Dogs” in the West. Depicting the most well-known representation of the lion in imperial China, it’s fantastic to see the “XXRAY Foo Dog” interpretation, which will stand 8-inches tall and be cast in vinyl. Now, these lions are usually depicted in pairs, a male leaning his paw upon an embroidered ball (representing supremacy) and a female restraining a playful cub that is on its back (representing nurture), so it only makes sense that these gorgeous bluish-green patinaed “XXRAY Foo Dog” figures will be sold as a pair, becoming available on June 3rd, 2017 from the Mighty Jaxx online shop for $240 per set of two.

Jason Freeny & Mighty Jaxx’s “DC Comics: Golden Age” in “XXRay” form!


Furthering their interpretations of DC Comics‘s characters, Mighty Jaxx have unveiled the newest officially licensed pieces in their “XXRay” line, titled the “Golden Age”. For those that don’t know, the “Golden Age of Comics” was a period ranging from the debut of Superman in Action Comics #1 in 1938 until the initial appearance of the first successful new superhero since the Golden Age, DC Comics’ new Flash, in Showcase #4 (Oct. 1956). Depicing World War II era rendition of Flash (Jay Garrick), Wonder Woman (Princess Diana of Themyscira/Diana Prince), Superman (Clark Kent), Batman (Bruce Wayne), and Green Lantern (Alan Scott), each of these 4-inch tall PVC pieces has been designed in a cartoonish manner by illustrator Ben Qwek and sculptor Adam Tan with the quarter-cut dissection element courtesy of Jason Freeny. Available on Saturday, May 27th, 2017 at 5am Pacific time in the Mighty Jaxx online shop, these retro-tastic renditions are a must for any “old school” comic fan.

Mighty Jaxx releases ‘Wave 7’ of their XXRAY DC Comics characters!


Wave 7 of the Mighty Jaxx ‘XXRAY‘ DC Comics characters is finally ready to see the light… and for this release, it’s going to feature the alluring and feisty Catwoman, the ever-most dainty and powerful teenager—Supergirl as well as the charismatic and amiable Robin, this ultimate trio will definitely form your dream team today! Each stand 4″ tall are constructed of PVC and are available HERE right now for just $20 a pop!

REVEALED: Jason Freeny & Mighty Jaxx’s “XXRay” Justice League, Wave 7!


Furthering their interpretations of DC Comics‘s Justice League of America members (and nemeses), Mighty Jaxx have unveiled the seventh wave of their officially licensed pieces in the JLA “XXRay” line. Depicting Catwoman, Robin, and Supergirl, each of these 4-inch tall PVC pieces has been designed in a cartoonish manner by illustrator Ben Qwek and sculptor Adam Tan with the quarter-cut dissection element courtesy of Jason Freeny. Not scheduled for delivery until the end of 2017, we can still marvel at these works now…


Originally known simply as “the Cat” when she debuted in Batman #1 (Spring 1940), Catwoman was a mainstay of the Gotham City rouge’s gallery until the 1990s, when she became depicted as an antiheroine rather than a traditional villain. This appearance is more inline with her current look, which was introduced in 2001 and was inspired by Emma Peel’s iconic leather catsuit in The Avengers television series, with more of a high tech look and domino-shaped infrared goggles on her cowl.


While several characters have occupied the Boy Wonder costume alongside Batman, this version appears to be Damian Wayne, the child of Bruce Wayne and Talia al Ghul, thus the grandson of the immortal Ra’s al Ghul. Trained by the League of Assassins from a young age, this Robin was a bit more violent and impetuous than previous versions of the character. Since the “New 52”, Damian met his end at the hands of Heretic, an aged-clone of himself, though Batman eventually started a difficult quest to resurrect his son…


The most familiar version of Supergirl, Superman’s cousin Kara Zor-El, first appeared in Action Comics #252 (May 1959). The details of her biography have shifted over the years, and many will simply know her from Melissa Benoist’s portrayal on the CW television show, she is every bit as powerful and impressive as the Man of Steel himself.

[Images and some information courtesy of Ingenious Toyz]

Jason Freeny’s “XXRAY Looney Tunes, Series 2” is coming this weekend from Mighty Jaxx!


As we’d previously announced, Jason Freeny once again brings his artistic quarter-cut process to the world of licensed Looney Tunes characters for the second XXRAY line of releases from the classic cartoons. Revealing the skeletal systems and inner organs of “Daffy Duck”, “Taz”, and “Martian the Martian”, these mergings of the commercial and conceptual are released by Mighty Jaxx, who tell us that the roughly 4-inch tall ABS plastic pieces will be available to pre-order on Saturday, February 18th, 2017 at 7am Pacific time from mightyjaxx.rocks for $19.99 apiece!



[Some images and information courtesy of Collect & Display.]

Adventure Time gets dissected?!? Jason Freeny × Mighty Jaxx’s next “XXRay” line teased!


Yes, it appears that the Pendleton Ward created series for Cartoon Network will be receiving the quater-cut dissection treatment from Jason Freeny… and that’s mathematical! Teased above, we see a concept illustration for Jake the Human from Adventure Time as rendered specifically for the Mighty Jaxx produced “XXRAY” PVC figure line. But that’s not all… Mighty Jaxx have also teased four possible licensed lines to be introduced into the XXRAY Universe: Regular Show, Sesame Street, SpongeBob SquarePants, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (or TMNT)! Which one will be next?

Jason Freeny’s “XXRAY Looney Tunes, Series 2” from Mighty Jaxx!


Bluring the lines between licensed collectibles and art toys, Mighty Jaxx‘s “XXRAY” line partnership with Jason Freeny continues to impress. A true merging of the commercial and conceptual, licensed production pieces of popular characters are remade through Freeny’s quarter-cut dissection artistic vision. Following up the last month’s “XXRAY Looney Tunes” renditions of “Bugs Bunny” and “Tweety Bird”, we’re treated to images of the upcoming “Series 2” trio: “Daffy Duck”, “Taz”, and “Martian the Martian”! Expected to be released in the Summer of 2017, these roughly 4-inch tall ABS pieces should retail for roughly $19.99 apiece.



[Images and some information courtesy of Collect & Display.]

REVEALED: Jason Freeny & Mighty Jaxx’s “XXRay” Justice League, Wave 6!


Furthering their interpretations of DC Comics‘s Justice League of America members (and nemeses), Mighty Jaxx have unveiled the sixth wave of their officially licensed pieces in the JLA “XXRay” line. Depicting Lex Luthor, Green Arrow, and Reverse-Flash, each of these 4-inch tall PVC pieces has been designed in a cartoonish manner by illustrator Ben Qwek and sculptor Adam Tan with the quarter-cut dissection element courtesy of Jason Freeny. Not scheduled for release until Spring of 2017, we can still marvel at these works now…


Lex Luthor first appeared in Action Comics #23 (April 1940), a charismatic inventor & scientist who is intent of ridding the world of the alien superhero Superman. Contrary to a simple black-and-white world reasoning, Luthor’s motives have been revealed over the years to be based on his belief that Superman poses a threat to the very existence of humanity. Pictured above is Luthor in his Warsuit, a high-tech battle suit giving him enhanced strength, flight, and advanced weaponry, among other capabilities.


Originally a strange mingling of Batman and Robin Hood, billionaire businessman Oliver “Ollie” Queen is an archer who, under the guise of Green Arrow, uses his skills to fight crime in his home cities of Star City and Seattle, as well as alongside his fellow superheroes as a member of the Justice League.


Reverse-Flash is a name which has been used by several speedster villains over the years, all being enemies and foils of the Flash.