September 19, 2017


Show Notes

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Review: 5″ Kidrobot x DC Collectibles Batman / Joker Dunnys
To the Batcave! Kidrobot and DC have forged a dynamic duo of a partnership and have created a fresh new take on the caped crusader in the 5” Classic Batman Dunny. A tribute to the original Batman of classic tv, this Dunny features an iconic design that brings to life a dunnified version of the first Batman to hit the small screen. This Dunny is a perfect addition to any secret hideout!

“As my plastic surgeon always says; if you gotta go, go with a smile.” Put on a happy face because Kidrobot and DC have come together to give you an all new take on one of the most iconic villains in the DC universe with the 5” Joker Dunny. This Dunny is finely coiffed in the purple suit that the Joker is known for. Featuring the facial accents of the Jokers of yesteryear, this Dunny will bring a barrel of laughs to any collection.

Review: Kidrobot x DC Dunny Batman Mini Series
Holy Dunny series, Batman! Kidrobot and DC are ready to defend Gotham City with this all new Batman Dunny Mini Series. This series features the most iconic versions of Batman as well a span of villains ranging from the movies, TV shows and comics molded to fit the classic Dunny platform. Grab your utility belt, collect all 15 and complete your Bat Cave collection!

Jack’s Toy Spotlight: Magic Donutcat Apprentice by Eimi Takano
From Japanese artost Eimi Takano. This comes from a line of magical mashups of animals and donuts and their magic abilities. Resin figures which were released in very limited numbers of Tokyo Comic Con.

Review: NECA’s Lifesize E.T. Stunt Puppet
When E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial debuted in 1982, few could anticipate that the film would go on to charm generations. Yet over 30 years later, the story of young Elliot’s adventures with a visitor from outer space is beloved around the world! Now you can bring E.T. into your home with this nearly full-scale re-creation of the stunt puppet used in the movie. E.T. stands almost 3 feet tall and is made of foam rubber and latex that’s hand painted for incredibly lifelike detail.

Artist of the Month for August: Wetworks

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