REVIEW: FluffyBooBoo Chompin’ Plush
Back in March 2011, Jordan Owen and OhNo!Doom released a pair of new FluffyFriends. While we already reviewed the re-release of FluffyBadBad, it's time to take a look at the ghostly apparition from FluffyLand known as FluffyBooBoo.
BooBoo is very sensitive toward people who think all ghosts are demonic spirits from the depths of hell... because that's simply untrue. When the lights go out, know you're in good hands with BooBoo by your side… blissfully chomping all your nightmares into bits!
FluffyBooBoo Chompin' Plush
Artist: Jordan Owen
Material: Plush with working plastic jaw/teeth
Dimensions: 7” tall
Accessories: Limited edition "Boo! Yah" pin, chew toy and a sticker
Edition Size: 500 pieces
FluffyBooBoo is packaged in a clear plastic bag that features the FluffyFriends logo on the front. The “I 'heart' Chomp-ing” tag is attached with a safety pin. The tag is used by others in the FluffyFriends line and doubles as a sticker.
At first glance, I had thought FluffyBooBoo was a big ol' chompin' octopus. Obviously, I didn't put the name to the character. The ghostly plush features glow-in-the-dark vinyl transfer decorations on the face. It gives you this cool skeleton look in the dark, and glows a lot better than I had ever imagined.
The plush has a pair of X-shaped strings for eyes. And I'm not sure what's going on with his underbelly. It's some sort of hypnotic pink and black design on lycra-like fabric. And that is where the “beans” are held to help weigh down FluffyBooBoo for displaying.
FluffyBooBoo has two holes in the back of his head. This ss where you place your fingers to get that chompin' action going. Compared to the other two FluffyFriends plushies, FluffyBooBoo's mouth doesn't open nearly as wide (although wide enough to fit his bone chew toy). There's also a little problem with the mouth (right side on the pictures). That corner dimples in a little.
OVERALL: Jordan Owen's FluffyFriends really have created a different branch on the plush family tree. They're not entirely cuddly, but they're cute and entirely fun to play with. While there's little, if any, plush love for the GID fans, the FluffyBooBoo character could – literally – be your shining star...or ghost...whatever. I did have to rate BooBoo a point behind BadBad...it's tough to top the original FluffyFriend.
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Plush Quality: 9/10
Fun Factor: 10/10