Hard City the Board Game

Trash Bag Bunch XL vinyl art toys

A project in Los Angeles, CA by Last Resort Toys
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Designer vinyl art toys licensed from the original Trash Bag Bunch mini figures of the early 90s
Backers: 121
Average Pledge Per Backer: $157

Funded: $19,034 of $18,000
Dates: May 8th -> Jun 7th (30 days)
Project By: Last Resort Toys
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Latest News

SUCCESS!

June 7th - via: kickstarter.com
That's it!  We're done! Thanks to everyone who supported this project, I appreciate it so much! Keep an eye out for the concluding survey where you can complete your pledge information. Again, thanks for all the pledges and support! -Bryan Fulk Last... (Read More)

FUNDED!

June 6th - via: kickstarter.com
We did it! Thanks to everyone who pledged and helped spread the word about this campaign! So awesome!  (Read More)

Just a few days to go!

June 2nd - via: kickstarter.com
Alright folks, we're winding down, but still have a ways to go.  The prototypes are at Five Points Fest in NYC getting lots of eyeballs, and hopefully some interested backers. What can you do to help push through this last bit?  Share it!  Post it... (Read More)

Half Way!

May 22nd - via: kickstarter.com
Half way and trucking along--thanks for all the interest and support! Still a ways to go, so here's that obligatory ask to continue to spread the word on your social media or telling the nerds at your local comic shop!  Let's keep the ball rolling... (Read More)

A week in

May 15th - via: kickstarter.com
A week in and almost half way there!  Not bad, but we can't afford to slow down.  Thanks to everyone who has offered their support so far! I'm curious, as I've had a handful of enquiries, if many people are wanting to have the ability to put... (Read More)

First Day

May 9th - via: kickstarter.com
What a great start to this campaign!  A good amount of backers came through today and there will hopefully be some momentum and excitement building now. I just want to say thanks to anyone who pitched in or shared the campaign with friends to help... (Read More)

Trash Bag Bunch XL vinyl art toys Now on Kickstarter

Wait a minute…What’s Trash Bag Bunch? I’m glad you asked. Trash Bag Bunch was a set of mini figures released by Galoob in 1991. It had a great play gimmick where the toys were packed in little trash bags and you didn’t know what toy you had until you dropped the bag into water where it would dissolve; frothing and foaming to reveal your new toy! (Read More)

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