Star Wars fans be prepared, because mimoco is about to channel a bit of the force your way. The Star Wars
MIMOBOT Series 3 is almost here, and to celebrate, they're giving a few of
the more resourceful young Padawans out there a chance to be the first
to take home the brand new flash drives through a Star Wars MIMOBOT Series 3 Guessing Game.
Which characters are in Series 3 you ask? That's what they want to know!
Uglydolls have released the newest design from David Horvath and Sun-Min Kim – Babo’s Bird. You know how everyone looks like their pet? Well, Babo looks just like his pet peeve! BIRDS! Babo can’t stand birds! They always eat the crumbs his cookies leave behind! Well, too bad because one bird has taken a liking to Babo and now likes to call him mommy.
Sounds serious, right? And Babo doesn’t have a mean bone in his body. So now Babo’s Bird is...Babo’s bird. Luckily Babo doesn’t have shoulders either. Have any cookie crumbs?
Nope. None. Nada. No thanks. While you might want to keep him in a cage, Babo’s Bird is free of any packaging.
Rocket World has released a majority of their IWG Zipper Pull designs. While some of them are still shrouded in mystery, we get a good sense of characters and color schemes. Wouldn't these look great on your bag or your Rocket World Creature Hoodie?
The Strangekiss exclusive Kozik
Ho Chi Minh Blue Bust goes on sale today at 12 noon PST. Ironically enough...only through Strangekiss.com. This blue version is limited to only 50 pieces. Each bust includes 3 pieces (bust, hat and gun) and stands close to 2 feet tall.
For Kozik Collectors, they will also release on Sunday (at noon PST) the
orange version of the Ho Chi Minh, The Kozik only edition Bronze Stalin
Busts and much more.
Sideshow is showing off Medicom's 12" tall Sweeney Todd RAH figure. From the film starring Johnny Depp, the piece looks to be an amazing replica of the Demon Barber of Fleet Street. Does anyone need a shave?
Rocket World has released their 8.5" x 11" framed, or 17" x 22" rolled Full Belly Blue giclee. Each one is printed on archival, acid free, fine art paper. The first ten will be signed and numbered and available exclusively from Cardboard Spaceship. They will run you $40.00 each.
The Tomb Raider video game, featuring the female archaeologist Lara Croft, was originally released in 1996 for the Sega Saturn. The game is probably the lone bright spot in the Saturn’s three-year run. The third person game follows Croft as she searches for ancient treasures. The character has seen her share of adventures in the video game realm as well as in Hollywood films.
Tonner Doll Company kept their Lara Croft TCF (sorta) secret for its Wizard World Chicago debut. Now that you know who the mystery female gaming character is, you’ll be glad to know that this is the first in a line of Tomb Raider and Lara Croft inspired figures.
The traditional Tonner rectangular box is done in black with Lara Croft Tomb Raider Legend in silver lettering. (The Tomb Raider Legend game was released in 2006) All of the accessories come individually packaged and the figure is protected like your high school lunch lady…sporting a hairnet.
Dragatomi is the mascot of the online toy shop of the same name. They have decided to turn that chubby, blue dragon into its very own plush. Limited to only 250 pieces, the 7" tall plush will sell exclusively through Dragatomi.com for $19.99. The piece will be released on July 7th, and we're excited to see the little guy up close.
The Max Toy Exclusive Atelier G-1 Hedorah was sculpted and hand painted by Okuda-san for Max Toy Co. Hedorah stands about 11 inches tall, and is made of Soft Vinyl in Japan. Each
features green and yellow eyes and various Metallic paints. These are being offered to Max Toy Club members first, and if they aren't sold out, they'll be listed in the Max Toy Company shop.