In case you didn't have enough Uglydoll products in your life, Pretty Ugly and Franco Manufacturing Co., Inc. have partnered up to create an extensive line of bedding and bath products. So I'm guessing if you wanted Wage sheets, an Ice-Bat towel, and maybe some Ox toilet paper...you're in luck. (Though, I'm going to guess they won't be producing any T.P.)
Pretty Ugly, LLC and Viber have announced a partnership to create a Sticker Pack based on Uglydoll characters. The Uglydoll Sticker Pack is available today, offering UGLYDOLL fans and Viber users a fun way to express themselves.
BTW - these aren't actual stickers. They're for the Viber app.
Booth #3245 will be where the Uglydoll crew will be stationed at San Diego Comic Con 2014. This year, they'll be teaming up with DC Comics to release SDCC exclusive plush toys, phone cases, pins, tees, and prints.
In addition to the individual figures we previewed a few weeks back, Uglydoll and MakerBot have collaborated on several other 3D printable collectibles featuring four of the most popular characters - Babo, Wage, Ice-Bat, and Ox.
The Dynamic Uglydolls feature: Babo Delivers Treats, Wage Hits The Beach, Ice-Bat Takes Flight, and Ox Sails The High Seas. The digital file to create a figure is $1.29 each.
The Uglydoll Environments are: Babo's Cookie Otaku, Wage's Play-All-Day Toys, Ice-Bat's Organic Ice Stand, and Ox's Home-A-Loan. The digital file to create a figure is $2.49 each.
There will be a number of one-of-a-kind Flat Bonnie x Uglydoll plush toys available at the UglyCon Art Show, taking place at Giant Robot GR2 from June 21st through July 9th 2014 (opening June 21st from Noon to 8PM)
BatBun x Ice Bat
Hand painted vinyl pleather. 12" tall. Comes with hand painted "Magic Crystal Ice Block". (with LED lights inside.)
Lefty the Bat x Ice Bat
Hand painted vinyl pleather. 17" wide x 7" tall. Comes with hand painted "Magic Crystal Ice Block". (with LED lights inside.)
Dusty the Chinchilla x Wage
Fleece and vinyl pleather.
2 sided Cloud x Babo
Fleece and vinyl pleather with removable magnetic cookies.
If you've ever wanted to make your own plastic Uglydolls at home, MakerBot is giving you the opportunity. If you have a MakerBot - or access to a MakerBot - you can download one of four 3D templates (Babo, Ice-Bat, OX, and Wage) for just $1.99 each or the entire set of four for $4.99.
Apparently, they are posable. It looks like it takes a number of individual pieces to construct one figure. If you have a MakerBot...let us know how they turn out.
Pretty Ugly, LLC. and Warner Bros. Consumer Products announced that they've entered into a co-branded collaboration to create plush based on The Wizard of Oz and Uglydoll characters.
The series will include Moxy as Dorothy, Wage as the Tin Man, Babo as the Cowardly Lion, Jeero as the Scarecrow, and OX as the Wicked Witch of the West. The series of plush dolls will be previewed at the 2014 Las Vegas Licensing Expo and launch at retail early fall.
Get ready to boldly go where no Uglydoll has gone before... Uglydolls and Star Trek are teaming up to release a new set - slated for a 2015 drop date. It will include Wage as Captain James T. Kirk, Ox as first officer Spock, Ice-Bat as chief engineer Scotty, Babo as Doctor McCoy, and Tray as communications officer Uhura.
The date for Uglycon 2014 has been announced. The event will take place at Giant Robot (GR2) in Los Angeles, CA on June 21st 2014. The show hours haven't been announced as of yet. If I'm correct, this is the 9th annual Uglycon - dating back to 2006.
The third Uglydoll graphic novel from VIZ is called Uglydoll: Eat Dat!. The 80 page full color comic focuses on a central theme - food. Like the first two, David Horvath and Sun-Min Kim have brought it some guest artists to lend their art and narrative to the Uglyverse.
In Volume 3, they are joined by Travis Nichols, Ian McGinty, Phillip Jacobson, Dave Cooper, Joe Ledbetter, and Michael E. Wiggam. With 16 individual stories ranging from a single page to eight pages, the visual and narrative feel of the comic is constantly changing.
For $7.99, and at 80 pages, Uglydoll: Eat Dat! has more of a graphic novel type feel to it (maybe more of a compilation of graphic novellas). Uglydoll fans will be glad to get their hands on the third book in the series, and collectors/fans of the featured artists will enjoy seeing how they tackle someone else's characters.