What am I gonna do with myself once all this Comic Con stuff is over with? Maybe I'll write a novel, or start a motorcycle gang. There's been so much stuff to talk about and I can't keep up with it all, so maybe I'll just take more naps to rest my weary brain. Making every post this sexy takes work my friends.
Squibbles Ink and Rotofugi have a bunch more plastic thingys that I haven't told you about yet and that I'm gonna do right now. Like this Vesper Dredge from Brian Morris. Kinda freaky, like some back woods totem worshiped by mixed up hillbillies. Or to reference my childhood, Christmas time with family. We would dance around this guy right before we burned our Christmas witches. For $65, you can start your own holiday traditions.
Chris Ryniak's Snybora figure is always a good buy. At times he looks cute. At times he looks murderous. It just depends on what angle you look at him from. Decide for yourself for $38.
This guy was also designed by Chris Ryniak and would make a perfect companion piece to the Snybora figure. You could reenact all of the Lethal Weapons movies and put them on Youtube. This guy is obviously Danny Glover. It's $108 for the painted one, and $75 for a blank pink one.
As soon as the folks at the Discovery Channel hear about a marshmallow yeti they're gonna make a reality show about trying to find one. The show will be filled with stupids that hear sounds that no one else does and see things that no one else does. "Wait, did you hear that?'' No, no one heard that. Even with all the high tech electronics you have it did not pick up the mating call you swear you heard. You're a liar or you need medication.
This Sparkle Yeti Mini Marshall is real though. It was made by 64 Colors and is a bargain at only $9. Good luck finding a parking space for cheaper.
Max Toy Co. will also be there with a plethora of customs and production figures to fit every budget. And this isn't even everything they're gonna bring. Kaiju, Kaiju, Kaiju!!!!!!!
Get it all at booth #5248.