KlawBerry Plush Figure

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Steam Crow Press, an indie producer of creature books, has released their first plush toy, KlawBerry.

KlawBerry is a little monster-girl on a quest to get her eye
back. This Kawaii-cute character is from Steam Crow Press' book
"KlawBerry: Good Girl, Bad World," illustrated and written by Daniel
(m) Davis
.

Created in a limited edition of 999, you can pick up your very
own KlawBerry at MagicSkull.com (the Steam Crow store) or at the San
Diego Comic-Con
. Steam Crow Press will be there at booth #4602.

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10 thoughts on “KlawBerry Plush Figure

  1. Nice looking plush although I am getting a bit tired of seeing so many Scary Girl variations
    why the Claws? adn why the Eyepatch?
    Nice looking character , great looking art on the site but too much on this character is too close to other things that already exist
    there is a lot of originality and wonderful design but the immediate things that look liek other things are hurting the artist

    not saying that there is any copying just that the original work has more flavor and life….

    Great stuff and good luck with the Plush

    I dont think that ESC has cornered the market on using birds in logos
    not a fair jab sheila

  2. Nice looking plush although I am getting a bit tired of seeing so many Scary Girl variations
    why the Claws? adn why the Eyepatch?
    Nice looking character , great looking art on the site but too much on this character is too close to other things that already exist
    there is a lot of originality and wonderful design but the immediate things that look liek other things are hurting the artist

    not saying that there is any copying just that the original work has more flavor and life….

    Great stuff and good luck with the Plush

    I dont think that ESC has cornered the market on using birds in logos
    not a fair jab sheila

  3. The book is *about* this girl who got her eye stolen.

    I think that while she is one of those "spooky girl" archetypes, she's kinda different too. She's got claws/horns cause she's a monster.

    Look at the book.

  4. The book is *about* this girl who got her eye stolen.

    I think that while she is one of those "spooky girl" archetypes, she's kinda different too. She's got claws/horns cause she's a monster.

    Look at the book.

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