We Love Fine has introduced the Talking Wallace Plush from the animated web series Bee and PuppyCat. Available to pre-order, the Talking Wallace misses his momma. Measuring 13.5 inches tall from top to bottom, Wallace will begin shipping in December 2014. You can pre-order one now for $25.00.
Flat Bonnie will be bringing a pair of exclusives to Designer Con 2014. Booth number 316 will have Sparq the Baby Dragon - Winter White Edition (pictured above). - $50 The 10-inch tall handmade plush will be limited to 20 pieces, each with a special Designer Con sewn in tag, and will run you $50.00 each. The Jackalope - Frozen Edition (pictured below) is a 12-inch tall handmade plush that's limited to 10 pieces, also with a special Designer Con sewn in tag. And, it'll also run $50.00 each.
Jellykoe is getting one of their favorite Tox City characters, Gillbert, ready for fun in the sun. Gillbert: Big Katuna Edition will be available at Designer Con Booth #725, where the ocean blue colorway with lime green vinyl accents will be limited to a run of only 10 pieces. The 11-inch tall plush comes with swim shorts, felt sunglasses, and a hand painted wooden surfboard. Also, his arms are articulated, his eyes glow in the dark, and his tongue is extendable. You'll be able to pick one up for $65.00.
Prismland is an educational plush series that's goal is to help kids master geometrical shapes via 3D versions of them. They've taken to Kickstarter in order to raise enough funds to produce the plush series. Backers can choose one 6-inch PrismPal at the $30.00 funding level ($25.00 for early bird). There are currently two characters to choose from - Cubert (cube) and Hexter (hexagon) - with others locked as stretch goals.
This project will only be funded if at least $18,000 CAD is pledged by Friday, October 31st 2014 at 9:59 AM ET.
Flat Bonnie will be part of a six person show - The World Is Watching - at Giant Robot that starts this weekend, with an opening reception taking place on Saturday, October 4th 2014 from 6:30PM to 10PM. In addition to Flat Bonnie, the show will feature work from Dan Goodsell, Joey Chou, Kwanchai Moriya, Ryuca, and Tiffany Liu.
Flat Bonnie will have twenty plushies available. Many of them are one-of-a-kind, made specifically for the show. The pieces will range in price from $20 to $200. (All made with animal friendly vinyl pleather, faux fur, or fleece.)
John LaFleur and Dave Metzger are back, attempting to get their 8 Little Zombies hardcover children's book funded via Kickstarter. Like the previous campaign, they are offering up the Zombie plush (we reviewed it here) beginning at one of the $25.00 funding level. In addition to the book and the plush, there's also a shirt and print.
You can check out all of the incentives via their Kickstarter page. This project will only be funded if at least $7,500 is pledged by Wednesday, October 29th 2014 at 10:09 PM ET.
Jellykoe will have an exclusive plush design for New York Comic Con 2014. Musclebuns (from the Tox City comic, issue 1) measures 19" tall and features articulated arms, glow in the dark eyes, fur and denim accents. It will be a limited edition of only 10 pieces, retailing for $50.00 each. You'll be able to pick one up at the Jellykoe booth in The Block, booth #413.
MadKnits, which does a 3rd Saturday release every month, will be releasing Pratt at Noon on September 20th 2014.
Pratt the Outlaw - Pratt follows no one's rules, including his own! Since the crash he has been cruising the planet on his own, making his own way and cashing in when he can---legally or not. Pratt is suited out with a wool holster and ray gun. Each monster comes individually numbered on his ray gun
Obviously modeled after a recently released blockbuster film, this 10-inch tall guardian is limited to a run of only 20 pieces. While pricing details weren't released, if it's priced similar to past 3rd Saturday releases, you're looking at around $38.00.
It's times like this that I regret my high school didn't offer up a course in Portuguese. At first blush, I was pretty sure that Kat Killer (maybe that means something different in Portuguese) was producing hipster dolls that you could take on your urban foraging escapades.
I was wrong. They've actually produced several plush dolls on licenses I'm pretty sure they don't have. But these are homage pieces to television shows, films, and musical acts. And there are plenty of original characters - such as the Old School Tattoo Guy shown above. Prices on the Kat Killer plush toys - some around two feet in length - are pretty attractive...falling right around $50.00.