The Most Wanted Crew : Behind The Hype

Welcome to the blog spot for all things related to The Most Wanted Crew; An artist collective created by Tim Munz, Igor Ventura, and Manny Rivas, featuring some of the most sought after up and coming artists and customizers from around the globe. Feel free to check out our online shop for original artwork and customs from some of our many talented artists. Thank you for checking us out and we hope you come back often to see what's new in the world of The MW Crew.

Thursday, March 17, 2011


 From our good friend, Alex, over at VINYL MONSTER, check this shit out!

You lucky #@$!, haha!

Sunday, March 13, 2011

MW2 BST []

Another quick tip for those of you not on the Kidrobot boards, or those who casually check in from time to time. There is a fan created thread dedicated to buying, selling, and trading your MW2 pulls HERE! If you didn't quite get what you were after, chances are there is someone there willing to trade. So join the community, and get your BSTing on ;)

Saturday, March 12, 2011


In the past few weeks, we've received some amazing feedback from our fans, and we're grateful for every comment. Some sent us longer comments, some shorter, but all of them were heartfelt. And as a small thank you to everyone who took the time out to write to us, we wanted to post a few of your comments :)

"I originally got into the Most Wanted Series after the 1st one was released. Silly of me, but I wasn't to sure of the calibur of designs that would be available. Once pictures were revealed I was hooked on the original 2 "cute" Dunnys (Dfed and Luihz Unreal) from series 1. I mostly collect unique but cute animals or creature designs that seem to almost leap off the form that they were created on. After finally tracking down a Luihz and purchasing my 4th Dfed and seeing how amazing they were, I started to look closer at the other designs that were included in the set. The interesting thing was even the few designs that I did not really care for or like (mostly not my style) even began to grow on me and not just because I am a completest. The reason being is that each of the artist in the set had a unique and different style that they interpreted and put onto the popular dunny form. They all had something that helped make them be able to stand on their own. Also, none of them were rushed or made over night which was another thing I looked closely at. Whether it was the different paints and styles used, or the addition of an accessory, each design seemed to take on a personality of their own. You could tell each artist wanted to get a little piece of their "heART" out into the world. Not for money or fame (Not that those are bad things) but for something meaningful that they wanted to get out of their imaginations for all to see."

"I was also surprised with the artists involvement on the threads and their constant responses to what everyone had to say (even after the series was long sold out) showed that they truely cared for the series they helped create. I have had a ton of art coming in and out my collection, but nothing makes me get rid of a piece quicker then when artists are rude or don't take care of the artwork they've created. I recently received a dunny from an artist with no packaging, which was blind boxed in a trash bag. Lets just say that I cant respect an artist who does not respect the value of thier own work. Which brings me to my point, every single figure that I have from the Most Wanted series will be staying with me until I croak. The uniqueness and individuality is what brought me to this set. There is a reason why this set is called Most Wanted and that is because unlike the run of a mill series, these Dunnys have what it takes to be wanted; Uniqueness and artists who care about their products."
Jared S.

"I spent over $600 on this series for one reason only. . .EVERY Dunny in the lineup is a "Golden Ticket"!"
Christopher C.

"I love the work of FAS and Chauskoskis. I've followed them through the Kronikle. So when I heard about the Most Wanted Series 2, it was a dream come true, haha. And now, thanks to the series, im obsessed with Matucha! My collection isn't that great, it mainly consists of the cartoon series 3 in. vinyls (Futuram/ Simpsons/ Family Guy), some Jesse Hernandez pieces and a few other dunnys, because my son is mesmerized by them. I figured it was time to get some true beauties for the collection."
Angel G.

"About three or four months before my ninth Christmas, I got into star wars figures. My dad was put in charge (by my Mum) of going out and getting the nine main characters for me. Apparently it took him days to find obi-wan kenobi, he walked miles. When I came downstairs on Christmas morning, thy were all laid out, with a tie fighter wrapped behind them. I was beside myself, it's the clearest childhood picture in my head.

That's the feeling I've just had for the last two hours with the delivery that came in today."

". . .these are amazing. Every detail, every brushstroke - not that you can see them - are terrific. The accessories are extraordinary. The packaging quality is beyond production standard."
Liam F.

Big thanks to everyone who has supported us, and continues to show us love, even after all has been said and done. You're amazing, and we can't wait for series 3 to roll around ;)

Friday, March 11, 2011


Hey guys, if you've been trying to hunt down one of Kevin's white cannibal variants from the series, here's your chance to get one directly from Kevin! Here's all the info you need to know, straight from the man himself:

"Ok everyone, it's on. Starting now until Sunday evening I'll be taking bids through email for the the albino cannibal dunny AP I created for the most wanted series 2. It's the last AP up for grabs and the only Albino version out there. Only 6 Albinos if you include the ones found in the series. If you want it just email me at or PM me and I'll keep you posted if someone out bids you. I'll send out a final warning at 6 PM PST Sunday and will close the bidding at 7 PM PST."

Good luck everyone!


As of Thursday, the last 8 orders were dropped off at the Post Office. Big thanks to everyone for being so patient, it's very much appreciated ;) For those of you not on the Kidrobot forums, you should consider joining and posting pictures of your pulls. Checkout the direct link to our thread. Bookmark it, share it, love it, haha. And be sure to double check those artist cards for the golden ticket. It's yet to be claimed, so there's a pretty good chance that's it's floating around out there, making it's way to your home as we speak. . .

Friday, March 4, 2011


We got a few more pulls for ya today to check out ;) These are straight from the KR boards, so drop by the thread and join the conversation. . .

Pictures by "

Picture by our very own Rhiannon!
[Matucha wooden Tiki Monster "chase" at the bottom left corner,
and Sergio Mancini's The Quack variant to the right of it]

Picture by "Krash"
[Tim Munz' Agony variant on the far left]

[Kevin Gosselin's Cannibal variant, 2nd from the left,
and Igor Ventura's Deli variant to the right of him]

Pictures by "bcundall"

Picture by "iszcross"

Pictures by "

Picture by "clevetheripper"

Picture by "Floyd 44"

[Luihz Unreal's Heartless girl "sad" variant with upside down heart]

Pictures [and great set up] by "nerp"

Jon Paul Kaiser's "chase" dunny pulled by "luckyscrm"
Picture by "mANNEe"

 Chauskoskis "variant" birro the clown pulled by "Jandrolex"

Thanks for the pics everyone, keep them coming!


KR boardie "Hypekickz" just posted his score, and the very first pulls for the MW2 series!

On the top you have Matucha's Tiki Monster, and right below is the elusive Whisper by Rsinart! As you can see, Rsinart's dunny comes with a mini colored sketch, which is one of only 5! Hopefully we'll see a few more pulls today, and for everyone else, we'll be shipping out the rest of the orders by early next week if it hasn't shipped already ;)

A few words from Hypekickz:

"The pic does not give them justice. They are just absolutely amazing and better seen in-person. Big ups to Manny and The MW Crew, you all definitely did an outstanding job on this and I thank you all for doing what you do. As I said to Manny through a PM, it was exciting seeing how all of this developed out after Series 1 and you guys certainly took it to another level."

Thanks for the kind words Ryan :)