Sunday , October 22 2017

Meet the Androids – Stress Tech and Android Foundry T-Shirt

Dead Zebra - Series 4
If you’re interested in the upcoming the Android figures from Dead Zebra – and who isn’t? – then you may also want to check out their latest post which includes not only the latest Android figure preview, but also a look at an upcoming T-Shirt design from the Android Foundry.

First up is the latest Android mini figure preview, which today comes from artist Sergio Mancini. The Android called ‘Stress Tech’ is apparently named John Coffee and is the sole technical support officer at StressTech, Inc. The figure will be part of Series 4 and will only appear once in each 16 figure case.

Stress Tech

The upcoming t-shirt from the Android Foundry is of a waterlogged BugDroid who seems stuck in a pool. The t-shirt will be available in ‘regular cut and women’s style’ from the Android Foundry on the Dead Zebra Shop site.

Android Foundry

It’s a good looking shirt and may end up in a pretty massive order from Dead Zebra when this all goes live.

Anyone interested in some Android T-Shirts?

 
Source: Dead Zebra.

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“If you’re interested in the upcoming the Android figures from Dead Zebra – and who isn’t?”

the lack of reply (other than this one of course) seems to tell not everyone is interested in the minitures

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