Attaboy has put his Fuzzy on the Outside Flocked Axtrx figure up for pre-order through his Yumfactory site. You might be used to seeing a green Axtrx, but the pink and black flocked rotocast toys are limited to 250 pieces each. Each figure will be in special packaging (with a special insert) and retail for $25. The flocked Axtrx will arrive in mid-September and are being distributed by DKE Toys.
You should check out SpikeTV's Geek-Ray Vision show. It's viewable on Spike's website...you'll have to wait for all of the fancy Flash stuff to run its course and then click on the Geek-Ray Vision section of the Web Originals. There are interviews with a number of Kidrobot folks - Paul Budnitz, Toy Baroness Nichole, Maze and JK5.
There is also a sneak peek of the upcoming line from Kidrobot - Flowbots (from JK5). They will be available on September 14th.
70 Star 7 is a project focused on creating limited edition shirts (some designer vinyl toys in the future). The shirts will be created by new artists each month and will benefit various charities. This month they have work by Jason Goad, Dave Quiggle, and Josh Cole. Next month, look for Asterik Studio, Derek Hess, and Rob Schwager to roll out their skills. Each shirt is selling for $30.
Rock America and Alex Pardee are set to release 4 new Bunnywith designs: Bunnywith Recent Steroid Abuse, Bunnywith Job Interview, Bunnywith Anger Management Issues and Bunnywith Homesick Abortion. The Bunnywith Anger Management Issues was to be the SDCC exclusive...however it didn't arrive in time. That plush is limited to a run of 300, while the others will be runs of 600 pieces. We aren't posting photos of the Bunnywith Homesick Abortion as this might disturb some of our younger readers. Look for the plushies to retail around $20. If you're interested in stocking them, DKE Toys is handling the wholesale duties.
Chris from Squinky.co.uk has sent word of some new t-shirts he has had created. They are printed on Gildan Ultra Tees and available in S through XXL in kelly green, sapphire blue, black, red and magenta. There will also be 5 limited “shimmer” edition shirts. So you best hurry! Like the shirt says...you can bring chaos...
For ages, Sasquatch and Yeti have been living as myths and in the shadows of the human world. With the introduction of the internet and email, Sasquatch and Yeti were able to meet and fall in love over the web. Learning of each other and then of the I.nsurgents W.ilderness G.ruppo, they knew they had to join forces to fight against the bad humans who have been polluting their wilderness homes and killing their furry friends.
These figures are the latest addition to Rocket World’s IWG line. They are the first mythical creatures, as all of the others are modeled after actual animals. These are modeled after Bigfoot and the Abominable Snowman…err…Snowwoman.
The window-front box is designed in the same fashion as past IWG figures. It’s a little larger than the rest of the line, but that might be due to larger figures.
Ha ha...I think this is great! All Frank Kozik fans can now have an actual Kozik in their house thanks to Toy2R. These figures will be available this coming fall.
Yeah...do you remember this toy? How everyone went crazy over trying to get one? Well we have a Mr. Bunny figure thanks to Wheaty Wheat Studios and we have thought of a somewhat interesting way of giving it away.
The contest will be exclusive to our Plastic and Plush Discussion Board. You'll need to signed up and have 25 posts to your name. Then we are going to take the first 64 people who sign up and enter them into a March Madness style tournament. Each person will secretly be assigned a toy and then we put those 64 toys into a tournament to decide what's the best designer toy out there. Whoever was assigned that toy will win Mr. Bunny. Get it? Just read it 3 or 4 times...I swear it'll start making sense.
Once we have 64 people...more details will follow.
If you just came into some money...maybe won the lottery...well you can pick up a 3 foot tall Do-It-Yourself Qee from Toy2R. The figure is made of FabricCast and has moveable arms...and is the size of a young child. It should retail with a price of $1,000 with shipping costs of $500. Look for it to be available to pre-order in 2 months.
Yes, folks...it's Mothman! The creature was written about by John Keel...who was portrayed (although as Klein instead of Keel) by Richard Gere in The Mothman Prophecies. Mothman gripped the town of Point Pleasant, West Virginia in 1966 and 67...and now you can invite him into your house.
Wonderwall and David Horvath have added a few more colorways to the list of mothmen - Indrid Cold Type and Point Pleasant Type. All of the colorways are named after people, places or events from the Mothman story. Look for the Indrid Cold Type and Point Pleasant Type mothmen to be available at DavidHorvath.com later this month.