Monday, September 29, 2014

NYCC Exclusive Plushy from Furry Feline Creatives x Suburban Vinyl

    I think my entire house is filled with the ebola virus.  Sharon and I haven't been feeling well, one of the cats hasn't been feeling well.  Yesterday we left the house on our one day off together, which quickly ended with a visit to a sketchy McDonald's bathroom (Where a dude looked a little too long to see if anyone was occupying the stall.  All you have to know is whether someone's using it, you won't have to describe them to a police sketch artist, you creeper.) and we spent the rest of the day watching serial killer documentaries on MSNBC.  

    I think I wasn't feeling well cause I've been stressed out about Icarus not feeling his best.  Cats will drive you nuts cause unlike kids they don't whine when they don't feel good.  They're like the Black Knight from Monty Python and the Holy Grail.  You'll be all "hey kitty, what happened to your back legs that I know you had this morning and suddenly seem to be missing?"  and they'll be all "puuuurrrrrr could I get some belly scratches purrrrrrrrrr."  They're tough little buggers.  So you never really know whether they just have to fart or if something catastrophic is happening.

    On a different note, my wife is always trying to convince me that the cats would love nothing more than to wear costumes.  I told her that I don't think our health insurance is good enough to cover the mauling she would get if she tried to dress them us as ballerinas.  Sure, this cat looks all content wearing his Kaiju costume, but that's because he's not real and has no feelings of murder in his heart.  Furry Feline Creatives have made 12 of these plushy monster cats as New York Comic Con exclusives for Suburban Vinyl.  You can get one at booth #208 and let this satisfy any need you may feel to dress your cat for tea parties.  You'll thank me when you're not get stitched back together.  

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Cowgirl Bounty Hunter Prudence Pascha from 3A Available Tomorrow

    Well hellooooooooooo cowgirl!  Don't let the cowboy hat and daisy dukes fool ya, this girl is as lethal as they come.  And if you've got a price on your head, you can expect to see that massive gun shoved in your face right before she collects the reward.  Hey, it beats getting picked up by that weirdo Dog the Bounty Hunter, with his over worked mullet and hillbilly family in tow.  At least if Prudence gets to you first you have something to look at on the way to the sheriff's office.  

    3A will be releasing this prairie princess tomorrow at 9am Hong Kong time on  

Joe Ledbetter Unleashes Fire-Catzilla Tomorrow!

    Godzilla has been doing it wrong all these years.  If you wanna maximize the damage you can inflict on an unsuspecting city, you gotta trick them into thinking you're harmless.  A lot of people are scared to death of little lizards, so when you show up and all gigantic and terrifying its no wonder the army gets called in to try and obliterate you.  Now if Godzilla could get a hold of some fuzzy bunny ears, or a cat mask, and trick people into thinking he's a big ball of adorable, then he could practically level the place before anyone realizes they've been had.  

    And now here is my theory in practice, courtesy of Joe Ledbetter.  Sure Fire-Catzilla looks all scary now with his sharp little teeth and blazing inferno shooting from his mouth, but before he revealed his intentions I bet everyone in Tokyo was just trying to pet him.  People were probably lining the streets, uploading pictures to Instagram with clever little hash tags.  And then he unleashed the fury and maximized his destruction potential, before curling up on a pile a corpses for a much needed nap.  

    Of course you want one of these for yourself, and now is the part of the story where I tell you how to get one.  Only 300 of this reptilian feline exist in the world, they cost $110, and they go on sale tomorrow at 8am Pacific time at  

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

The Greatest Custom Dunny I Have Ever Seen Courtesy of Jon-Paul Kaiser

    I don't feature a lot of custom toys on this site and it's not because I don't like them.  I have a limited amount of time to work on this thing each day and there's just way too much out there for me to keep track of.  But there was no way I was gonna let this one pass by without me worshipping at it's little plastic feet.  This Moby Dick inspired Dunny is the creation of Jon-Paul Kaiser and is, and I'm not exaggerating this, the best one I've ever seen.  If I worked at Kidrobot I would be scrambling to make this a production figure so I can buy it.  And I can't be the only one who would throw down some cash for the chance at owning this stunning figure.  Make it so!!!!!!!

Lemon Pie Guy and Foster from Super7

    Fact:  the best flavor in the world is lemon, followed closely by orange and red meat.  It's on the internet, so it must be true, am I right?  Like that girl that supposedly got a third boob implanted on her chest to look like that chick from Total Recall.  Oh wait, that was proven fake yesterday?  Darn, who would have thought (other than anyone with two brain cells left to rub together).  So maybe now all the major news outlets will pick up my fact about flavors and it will headline the evening news.  Just know you heard it hear first, kids. 

    I sense another theme in today's post, and that's toys that look tasty.  Super7 is releasing these Lemon Pie Guy and Foster tomorrow at the low low price of $25 each.  Just don't try to lick em, as they are not  responsible for your subsequent gastrointestinal problems.  

NYCC Exclusive Sleeptime Bunnies from Peter Kato x myplasticheart

    OH MY GOD I AM OVERWHELMED WITH THE ADORABLENESS OF THESE!!!!  Ok, I'm trying to compose myself, but it's not gonna be easy.  I want to put all of theses bunnies in my mouth and carry them with me wherever I go.  I kinda wanna eat em too though, as they look like those Halloween candies I used to eat when I was a kid.

    Why, these very ones in fact.  Behold, the magic of the internet!  Though I have to admit I was a little biased and only ate the yellow and orange ones.  Back then the flavors I rejected just ended up in the trash, but now when I buy a bag of assorted candy I take the crappy ones to work and put them in the communal candy jar.  Not only am I not being wasteful, but I am also tricking my coworkers into thinking I'm a nice person and not someone who would push them into traffic with very little provocation.  Plus, it's easier to shove someone into the path of oncoming cars if they aren't expecting it.  It's survival of the fittest, punks!

    But really, these bunnies are about the cutest things you'll ever see in your life.  Peter Kato is introducing this newest line of critters in a special Sweet Harvest Edition as an exclusive for myplasticheart at New York Comic Con.  They are limited to only 30 pieces, sold blind, at at only $12 each will probably not last very long.  Get to booth # 113 early to get one.

Monday, September 22, 2014

NYCC Exclusive Muckey Haunted Castle from Instinctoy x myplasticheart

    Not long ago I dug through some old boxes in search of the one toy I've literally had for my entire life.  Though unrecognizable now, he was at one time a Winnie the Pooh and he's had a rough go of it. He's missing nearly all of his trademark yellow fur, most of his stuffing has fallen out through various holes that were repaired with Frankenstein-like stitchery.  One of his eyes is gone, his nose is in disrepair, and he generally looks like an extra from The Walking Dead.  And I love him.  

    The one thing he doesn't have though, is a row of razor sharp teeth carefully hidden away.  Not that he would have anywhere to hide them, as his fabric is mostly transparent.  Muckey has a sinister secret beneath that cute bear face, one that would like nothing more than to separate your skin from bone.  

    Instinctoy and myplasticheart have teamed up to release a limited number of these Haunted Castle editions at New York Comic Con in a few weeks.  He's the ultimate year round Halloween decoration and can be yours for $140 at booth # 113.