Huck Gee has unveiled his newest universe, the world of the Dapper Little Scoundrels! In this new imaginary land the long quagmire of trench warfare was overturned with the invention of the mobilized pillbox. While air battles may have continued to rage overhead, the ground warfare was revolutionized with the invention of the Diesel Armored Mobile Emplacement (a.k.a. DAME). Over the years DAME factories have sprung up everywhere and the armored battle bot continued to evolve.
The DAME pilots themselves are known to form close bonds with their mechanized units. Emblazoning their steel with pinups, graffiti and fanciful female names. The brass initially tried to curtail these endeavors, but quickly realized that that special DAME/pilot bond produced a better warrior. For some of these pilots, this was all they had: they eat, sleep, live and breathe their DAME. And that unique bond might just be what would win this war.
The DAME #11 is Huck Gee’s first custom set based on the Dapper Little Scoundrels universe, and also marks his very first release of his brand new The Blank platform. Those two facts combined make DAME #11 a pretty important release if you ask The Blot! This two figure set stands 15” tall, and while the pilot does fit inside (just like the real thing) it's a bit of a tight fit. Limited to just 10 sets, each figure comes signed and numbered by Huck and will retail for $1,800. Collectors interested in purchasing this surefire iconic release should email email@example.com ASAP before they're gone forever.