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REVIEW: Milk and Cheese


Background sent us two of the baddest dairy products around.  The Milk and Cheese rotocast vinyl figures are based on the comic book series of the same name.  Artist Evan Dorkin teamed up with Monkey Fun Toys to bring the carton of milk and wedge of cheese to fans and collectors of all ages.

Designed by Evan Dorkin and Sarah Dyer, and sculpted by Mitch Martinez, Milk and Cheese are ready, willing and more than able to kick the living crap out of your pathetic junky little action figures and highfalutin' designer "urban vinyls".



The Milk and Cheese figures are packaged in an oversized cardboard box.  The box is full of drawings of the enclosed characters.  But the best aspect of the packaging is the full-length comic strip that is printed on the rear of the box.

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2006 Toy Fair: Monkey Fun Toys


Monkey Fun Toys is a division of Slave Labor GraphicsFiller Bunny, Spooky and the new Z? Mug have all been created by Jhonen Vasquez.  The new, guitar-rocking Mummy figure was designed by Eric Jones.  Our 2006 Toy Fair sponsor,, will be carrying this figure once it is released in March 2006.  Unfortunately, they didn’t have the Milk and Cheese vinyl figures on display.  These 7-inch tall vinyl figures should be released in July.


Monkey Fun Toys Reveals 2006 Lines

In celebration of five years in the toy business, Slave Labor Graphics (SLG) Publishing
announced an ambitious toy program for the first half of 2006 for its
division - Monkey Fun Toys.  Products range from vinyl and plastic toys,
plush toys and limited edition statues, most based SLG Publishing
titles and characters.


March 2006 -
a vinyl and plastic toy based on the Mummy character from the SLG comic
book The Super Scary Monster Show featuring Little Gloomy.


April 2006 - Voodoo Valerie is a sassy plush voodoo doll. She is taken from the pages of the cult hit comic book series Outlook: Grim.


June 2006 - The world will finally get what it has been begging
for, a vinyl toy set of two of SLG Publishing's most beloved
characters, Milk and Cheese.


July 2006 - From James Turner's hit comic book series Rex Libris comes a six-and-a-half-inch Rex Libris statue featuring everyone's favorite ass-kicking librarian.