What’s today? Wednesday, you say? Yes — but it’s more than that. So very much more. It’s also another day in our ongoing celebration of Spy vs. Spy’s 50th anniversary! And today’s outstandingly-great custom features the complexly colorful chaos of Jon Burgerman!
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We know, we know — you’ve heard it all before. Yes, it’s the 50th anniversary of Spy vs. Spy...and yes, we’re celebrating by showing a different incredible custom Spy figure every weekday. You’ve got it all figured out, don’t you? Then good luck wrapping your head around this absurdly cool, despicably fantastic design by Tracy Tubera! We just exploded your cerebellum, didn’t we? Not so cocky now, are you? No need to apologize — we’ll see you tomorrow for more noggin destruction.
Ahhh — is there any better way to start off the week than with a new custom Spy figure, celebrating Spy vs. Spy’s 50th anniversary? No! No, there is not! And that’s why we’re excitedly showcasing Gavin Strange’s fantastic and fantastical design, entitled “I’m a Real Spy”!
Well, another week of celebrating has come to an end — but spare your tears — today we’re showcasing Dave Croatto’s King of Pop-esque Spy! Be sure to check back on Monday as the 50th Anniversary celebration continues with another outstanding Spy custom! Shamon!
Happy 50th Anniversary, Spy vs. Spy! For weeks now, we’ve been showing a different Spy every day, and we’ve barely made a dent in the lineup of amazing custom Spies! Today, we’re spotlighting this fantastic Halloween-costumed custom (say that quickly!) by Andy Ross, entitled “Trick or Trick”!
Happy 50th anniversary, Spy vs. Spy — and happy Wednesday to the rest of ya! To help you get over the hump, here’s an amazing custom Spy from Abe Lincoln Jr.! His awesome metal-head design is entitled “Invisible Oranges Spy vs. Spy — Asspanther Edition.” You heard us.
You know the drill — every weekday, we’re showing off an amazing customized Spy figure, in honor of Spy vs. Spy’s 50th anniversary! And today we hold true to that lofty and noble goal with this ridiculously-amazing design from Jay Shuster, titled “Ye Olde Iron Fisticuffs.” That title only makes us love this custom even more!
Every single, dag-burn weekday, we’re featuring a different ridiculously-great Spy figure that’s been customized by an amazing artist. Today we’re turning the spotlight on Liz Lomax’s fantastic creation! Happy 50th Anniversary, Spy vs. Spy!