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  • <p><a href="http://www.plastikitty.com/vinyl-2/kidrobot-announces-their-sdcc-exclusives-and-pre-order-plans/attachment/kidrobot2016sdccexclusivesheader" rel="attachment wp-att-76414"></a></p> <p>It’s that time of year again for San Diego Comic Con exclusives to start pouring in before the show in about a month and first up to the plate this year is Kidrobot, with a whole slew of exclusives. First up is a really awesome limited edition of 200 of The Litch from <em>Adventure Time</em> in an 8″ clear resin rendition for $100. This is probably my favorite of all of the exclusives and definitely something you won’t want to pass up. Then we finally have the final version of the Mr. Sparkle figure from <em>The Simpsons</em> that <a href="http://www.plastikitty.com/home/toy-fair-2016-kidrobots-mr-sparkle-figure" target="_blank">we showed off a bit of back at Toy Fair</a> and he looks, quite frankly, phenomenal! This 7″ vinyl figure limited to 500 pieces and retailing for $50 is everything a Simpsons fan would want out of a Mr. Sparkle figure and I really hope there’s some left after the show to pick one up myself.</p> <p>Over in video game land we’ve got two new additions: a 7″ version of Shin Akuma from <em>Street Fighter</em> limited to 500 pieces for $50 each and a 3″ metallic Mega Man limited to 1500 pieces for $15 each. The Akuma looks great in this colorway and Mega Man looks like a must own, especially at that price where he doesn’t break the bank as a nice souvenir to take home from the con. Last over in cartoon land we have three pieces: a new glow in the dark version of Jason Freeny’s Anatomical Wabbit featuring a dissected Bugs Bunny from <em>Looney Tunes</em> that’s 12″ tall, limited to 500 pieces, and $65, and then two 7″ additions to <a href="http://www.plastikitty.com/home/toy-fair-2016-kidrobots-teenage-mutant-ninja-turtles-figures" target="_blank">the <em>Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles</em> line</a> with a gold Shredder and a green Triceraton, which will both be limited to 500 pieces and retail for $40.</p> <p>Now, if you’re looking to score any of these exclusives, Kidrobot is now offering a pre-order situation where you order your items online before the show and then pick up at the show. Starting on June 13th, next Monday, all of these exclusives will be up for pre-order. To pick up your piece at the con you’ll need your order number, ID, and badge, and your names on all three must match, so no picking up for others! No word on what time these will be up on <a href="https://www.kidrobot.com/" onclick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'outbound-article', 'https://www.kidrobot.com/', 'Kidrobot’s site']);" target="_blank">Kidrobot’s site</a>, but that will most likely come in the next few days and best of luck to anyone trying for these.</p>

    Kidrobot Announces Their SDCC Exclusives And Pre-Order Plans

    It’s that time of year again for San Diego Comic Con exclusives to start pouring in before the show in about a month and first up to the plate this year is Kidrobot, with a whole slew of exclusives. First up is a really awesome limited edition of 200 of The Litch from Adventure Time in an 8″ clear resin rendition for $100. This is probably my favorite of all of the exclusives and definitely something you won’t want to pass up. Then we finally have the final version of the Mr. Sparkle figure from The Simpsons that we showed off a bit of back at Toy Fair and he looks, quite frankly, phenomenal! This 7″ vinyl figure limited to 500 pieces and retailing for $50 is everything a Simpsons fan would want out of a Mr. Sparkle figure and I really hope there’s some left after the show to pick one up myself.

    Over in video game land we’ve got two new additions: a 7″ version of Shin Akuma from Street Fighter limited to 500 pieces for $50 each and a 3″ metallic Mega Man limited to 1500 pieces for $15 each. The Akuma looks great in this colorway and Mega Man looks like a must own, especially at that price where he doesn’t break the bank as a nice souvenir to take home from the con. Last over in cartoon land we have three pieces: a new glow in the dark version of Jason Freeny’s Anatomical Wabbit featuring a dissected Bugs Bunny from Looney Tunes that’s 12″ tall, limited to 500 pieces, and $65, and then two 7″ additions to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles line with a gold Shredder and a green Triceraton, which will both be limited to 500 pieces and retail for $40.

    Now, if you’re looking to score any of these exclusives, Kidrobot is now offering a pre-order situation where you order your items online before the show and then pick up at the show. Starting on June 13th, next Monday, all of these exclusives will be up for pre-order. To pick up your piece at the con you’ll need your order number, ID, and badge, and your names on all three must match, so no picking up for others! No word on what time these will be up on Kidrobot’s site, but that will most likely come in the next few days and best of luck to anyone trying for these.

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  • <p><a href="http://www.plastikitty.com/home/toy-fair-2016-kidrobots-mr-sparkle-figure/attachment/toyfair2016kidrobotmrsparkleheader" rel="attachment wp-att-74998"></a></p> <p>Everybody loves <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CiAaEPcnlOg" onclick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'outbound-article', 'https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CiAaEPcnlOg', 'Mr. Sparkle']);" data-rel="lightbox-video-0">Mr. Sparkle</a>, because he’s disrespectful to dirt!</p> <p>Isn’t it funny what snippets of media end up being enduringly popular? It’s always moments I’m sure the creators never expected to be sensationally popular, but that’s exactly what happened with Mr. Sparkle, the Japanese company logo that appeared quite briefly in <em>The Simpsons</em>. And while I knew Kidrobot was making <a href="http://www.plastikitty.com/home/kidrobots-nycc-exclusives-the-simpsons-street-fighter-and-more" target="_blank">Simpsons figures</a>, I definitely would never have bet on a vinyl Mr. Sparkle. But here we are, with a shiny all-gold Mr. Sparkle to get your dishes sparkling and fresh. Or, you know, to look cute and goofy on your shelf.</p>

    Toy Fair 2016: Kidrobot’s Mr. Sparkle Figure

    Everybody loves Mr. Sparkle, because he’s disrespectful to dirt!

    Isn’t it funny what snippets of media end up being enduringly popular? It’s always moments I’m sure the creators never expected to be sensationally popular, but that’s exactly what happened with Mr. Sparkle, the Japanese company logo that appeared quite briefly in The Simpsons. And while I knew Kidrobot was making Simpsons figures, I definitely would never have bet on a vinyl Mr. Sparkle. But here we are, with a shiny all-gold Mr. Sparkle to get your dishes sparkling and fresh. Or, you know, to look cute and goofy on your shelf.

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  • <p><a href="http://www.plastikitty.com/home/toy-fair-2016-kidrobots-otto-bjornik-shah-mat-dunny-series/attachment/toyfair2016kidrobotbjornikchessdunnyheader" rel="attachment wp-att-74948"></a></p> <p>Sometimes you think you’ve seen all there is to offer in the world of vinyl. I mean, how many plastic cats and Dunnys does one girl need? I mean, kidding obviously, there’s no limit to the amount of toy cats I will own. Or real cats.</p> <p>Anyway, sometimes something fresh pops into the market that takes even me by surprise. And I was definitely shocked to see a chess set at Kidrobot this year, with gorgeous art by Otto Bjornik. A cool idea in concept, but sadly it’s a little too rich for my blood. You can buy the set two ways: the first is in a double blind boxed set where you will get one pawn and one mystery royal figure + four board pieces (with the pawn in a window box so you can see the color). These retail for $19.99 each. There will also be super-limited full sets of 33: the entire white & black sets, plus the uber-rare gold chase that you can check out in the gallery. Price on this is TBA, but I can’t imagine actually being able to afford it. However, imagine how nice this would look on a coffee table…</p>

    Toy Fair 2016: Kidrobot’s Otto Bjornik Shah Mat Dunny Series

    Sometimes you think you’ve seen all there is to offer in the world of vinyl. I mean, how many plastic cats and Dunnys does one girl need? I mean, kidding obviously, there’s no limit to the amount of toy cats I will own. Or real cats.

    Anyway, sometimes something fresh pops into the market that takes even me by surprise. And I was definitely shocked to see a chess set at Kidrobot this year, with gorgeous art by Otto Bjornik. A cool idea in concept, but sadly it’s a little too rich for my blood. You can buy the set two ways: the first is in a double blind boxed set where you will get one pawn and one mystery royal figure + four board pieces (with the pawn in a window box so you can see the color). These retail for $19.99 each. There will also be super-limited full sets of 33: the entire white & black sets, plus the uber-rare gold chase that you can check out in the gallery. Price on this is TBA, but I can’t imagine actually being able to afford it. However, imagine how nice this would look on a coffee table…

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  • <p><a href="http://www.plastikitty.com/home/toy-fair-2016-kidrobots-teenage-mutant-ninja-turtles-figures/attachment/toyfair2016kidrobottmntheader" rel="attachment wp-att-75007"></a></p> <p>It’s been a good time to be a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle fan! Before we had the regular, pretty basic toys but recently we’ve had all kinds of good stuff like the <a href="http://www.plastikitty.com/home/toy-fair-2015-good-smile-companys-teenage-mutant-ninja-turtles-gallery" target="_blank">Good Smile TMNT statues</a> and <a href="http://www.plastikitty.com/home/toy-fair-2014-kidrobots-teenage-mutant-ninja-turtles-figures" target="_blank">Kidrobot’s figures</a>. This year at Toy Fair they unveiled a whole new line, which will include a new line of minifigures: the Shell Shock series, which is full of both good guys and villains from the ’80’s cartoon.</p> <p>We also have two medium-size figures of Shredder and Triceraton. Did you ever stop and think about how weird the TMNT world is? I mean, we have mutant turtles fighting ninjas and humanoid dinosaurs?? How high were the creators.</p>

    Toy Fair 2016: Kidrobot’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Figures

    It’s been a good time to be a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle fan! Before we had the regular, pretty basic toys but recently we’ve had all kinds of good stuff like the Good Smile TMNT statues and Kidrobot’s figures. This year at Toy Fair they unveiled a whole new line, which will include a new line of minifigures: the Shell Shock series, which is full of both good guys and villains from the ’80’s cartoon.

    We also have two medium-size figures of Shredder and Triceraton. Did you ever stop and think about how weird the TMNT world is? I mean, we have mutant turtles fighting ninjas and humanoid dinosaurs?? How high were the creators.

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  • <p><a href="http://www.plastikitty.com/home/toy-fair-2016-kidrobots-horrible-adorables/attachment/toyfair2016kidrobotanimalsheader" rel="attachment wp-att-74929"></a></p> <p>It’s no surprise that I’m moving farther and farther from vinyl collecting every year (mostly due to cost constraints), but there’s always something that draws me right back in. And this year it’s the Horrible Adorables series designed by Jordan Elise. They are that exact mix of creepy-cute that I adore. At first glance it’s all “aww, look at the fox!” Then you realize the deer has two heads and that cute fox is staring directly into your soul.</p> <p>These are a little bigger than the average blind boxed figures and stand 4″ tall, plus they’re substantially more detailed. So it’s no surprise that they’re $24.99, a bit of a bump from your usual Dunny but we’ve been told that these will be window boxed, so you don’t need to worry about blind boxes! Meaning that Mr. Foxy over there might very well be coming home to me. We’ll have to see about Mr. 2-headed Deer, though…</p>

    Toy Fair 2016: Kidrobot’s Horrible Adorables

    It’s no surprise that I’m moving farther and farther from vinyl collecting every year (mostly due to cost constraints), but there’s always something that draws me right back in. And this year it’s the Horrible Adorables series designed by Jordan Elise. They are that exact mix of creepy-cute that I adore. At first glance it’s all “aww, look at the fox!” Then you realize the deer has two heads and that cute fox is staring directly into your soul.

    These are a little bigger than the average blind boxed figures and stand 4″ tall, plus they’re substantially more detailed. So it’s no surprise that they’re $24.99, a bit of a bump from your usual Dunny but we’ve been told that these will be window boxed, so you don’t need to worry about blind boxes! Meaning that Mr. Foxy over there might very well be coming home to me. We’ll have to see about Mr. 2-headed Deer, though…

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  • <p><a href="http://www.plastikitty.com/home/toy-fair-2016-kidrobots-frank-kozik-x-frank-frazetta-labbits/attachment/toyfair2016kidrobotfrazettalabbitsheader" rel="attachment wp-att-74703"></a></p> <p>One of the coolest things that we’ve seen so far at Toy Fair came out of nowhere: Kidrobot’s elaborately detailed Frank Kozik x Frank Frazetta Labbits. Featuring the art styles of both Franks combined together into one in a way that works surprisingly well these large Labbits are a sight to see. Each of these is between the 10-12″ high range and looks more like a statue than something we’d expect out of a vinyl company due to all of the intricate detail that Klim of Bigshot Toy Works was able to get into these pieces. I personally love the axe wielding Labbit riding knight the most, but the barbarian Labbit is equally stunning as well, especially all of the detail in its base. Expect the Labbit riding knight first in July or August with the barbarian one coming after.</p>

    Toy Fair 2016: Kidrobot’s Frank Kozik x Frank Frazetta Labbits

    One of the coolest things that we’ve seen so far at Toy Fair came out of nowhere: Kidrobot’s elaborately detailed Frank Kozik x Frank Frazetta Labbits. Featuring the art styles of both Franks combined together into one in a way that works surprisingly well these large Labbits are a sight to see. Each of these is between the 10-12″ high range and looks more like a statue than something we’d expect out of a vinyl company due to all of the intricate detail that Klim of Bigshot Toy Works was able to get into these pieces. I personally love the axe wielding Labbit riding knight the most, but the barbarian Labbit is equally stunning as well, especially all of the detail in its base. Expect the Labbit riding knight first in July or August with the barbarian one coming after.

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  • <p><a href="http://www.plastikitty.com/home/kidrobot-is-bringing-adventure-time-to-sdcc/attachment/atsdccheader" rel="attachment wp-att-68730"></a></p> <p>San Diego Comic Con is right around the corner, and you know what that means–exclusives! Kidrobot usually has quite a few offerings, and it’s no surprise that two this year will be from their Adventure Time lineup which has been a huge and successful focus for them. The first is that amazing Puff Fin colorway <a href="http://www.plastikitty.com/home/toy-fair-2015-kidrobots-adventure-time-figures" target="_blank">we saw at Toy Fair</a> with the more pastel color scheme, which of course I wanted immediately. I always like the limited colors more!</p> <p>The second is an alt colorway of the Jake & Rainicorn figure, but it’s also two different characters: Cake and Lord Monochromicorn. Ugh, I need it! Both retail for $49.99 and will be limited, though we don’t have any info about their run numbers at the moment. Hopefully not too limited, because I am dying for that Cake! You can snag these at boot #5645.</p>

    Kidrobot Is Bringing Adventure Time To SDCC

    San Diego Comic Con is right around the corner, and you know what that means–exclusives! Kidrobot usually has quite a few offerings, and it’s no surprise that two this year will be from their Adventure Time lineup which has been a huge and successful focus for them. The first is that amazing Puff Fin colorway we saw at Toy Fair with the more pastel color scheme, which of course I wanted immediately. I always like the limited colors more!

    The second is an alt colorway of the Jake & Rainicorn figure, but it’s also two different characters: Cake and Lord Monochromicorn. Ugh, I need it! Both retail for $49.99 and will be limited, though we don’t have any info about their run numbers at the moment. Hopefully not too limited, because I am dying for that Cake! You can snag these at boot #5645.

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  • <p><a href="http://www.plastikitty.com/home/plastikitty-gets-real-kidrobots-newest-figure/attachment/plastikittygetsrealkidrobotheader" rel="attachment wp-att-68441"></a></p> <p>If you’re a fan of ours and also a fan of the vinyl world, you may have noticed that we skipped writing about a recent Kidrobot release, and, quite frankly, it was intentional. We’ve been musing over how to really phrase this properly and stage a discussion for the last few days because, well, Kidrobot’s latest announcement of their Baby Huey figure by Frank Kozik for San Diego Comic Con (which we will not be showing pictures of) is in all honesty incredibly problematic. We first found out about this figure a while back when it went up for order, but recently a new press release came out with a video and more information about its pre-release at SDCC and, when we saw every single other outlet post the news without batting a single eyelash, it really rubbed us the wrong way here at Plastikitty. Hit the jump to find out why.</p>

    Plastikitty Gets Real: Kidrobot’s Newest Figure

    If you’re a fan of ours and also a fan of the vinyl world, you may have noticed that we skipped writing about a recent Kidrobot release, and, quite frankly, it was intentional. We’ve been musing over how to really phrase this properly and stage a discussion for the last few days because, well, Kidrobot’s latest announcement of their Baby Huey figure by Frank Kozik for San Diego Comic Con (which we will not be showing pictures of) is in all honesty incredibly problematic. We first found out about this figure a while back when it went up for order, but recently a new press release came out with a video and more information about its pre-release at SDCC and, when we saw every single other outlet post the news without batting a single eyelash, it really rubbed us the wrong way here at Plastikitty. Hit the jump to find out why.

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  • <p><a href="http://www.plastikitty.com/home/four-new-kidrobot-dunnys-show-up-for-order/attachment/kidrobotfournewdunnysheader" rel="attachment wp-att-68388"></a></p> <p>Well, we all knew Kidrobot was finally working on art pieces again after their <a href="http://www.plastikitty.com/home/kidrobot-and-brandt-peters-team-up-for-dunny-the-13-artist-series" target="_blank">Dunny the 13</a> and <a href="http://www.plastikitty.com/home/amanda-visell-brings-kidrobots-munnyworld-back-to-the-wild-with-ferals-series" target="_blank">Ferals</a> announcements, along with a few other smaller announcements, but I don’t think anyone could have guessed that they’d release <em>so many</em> all at once. Myplasticheart just updated with orders on <strong>four</strong> new Dunnys: three in the 8″ size and one in the 20″ size. First up is the 20″ F.A.D. Dunny by J*Ryu. I’m glad to see that J*Ryu finally has a Dunny, but I’m not glad to see that it’s a 20″ and also that it has a retail of $449.99. Add in the fact that it’s an almost entirely white Dunny? Have fun keeping this from looking awful after 6 months in your collection.</p> <p>Then we move on to the 8″ers: Imperial Lotus Dragon by Scott Tolleson, Grin by Ron English, and No Strings on Me by WuzOne. I’m a big fan of the Imperial Lotus Dragon Dunny and it’s vibrant color scheme, unique sculpt, and apparent use of clear vinyl as well, but what I’m most certainly <strong>not</strong> a fan of, like the J*Ryu piece, is the price: $99.99. Absolutely no Dunny should be twice the price of many more intricate PVC figures.</p> <p>Then we’ve got Grin at $74.99, which brings Ron English’s demented Mickey Mouse design to vinyl. It’s a cool design, but not my cup of tea at all, and also hinges entirely on how well Kidrobot and NECA can print the pattern on the mouth. Last, and certainly least, is WuzOne’s No Strings on Me for $59.99, which brings Pinocchio to Dunny form for reasons beyond me, and quite possibly, anyone on earth. This just looks lazy all around and at $59.99 I can’t even see this becoming the next Eggy for customizing.</p> <p>So, to sum it up, we’ve got a nice quartet of Dunnies where the pricing makes absolutely no sense (No Strings on Me and Grin both contain no differences to the standard Dunny sculpt yet are $15 different…), two designs that are really great, but not worth their price, and way too many Dunny releases all at once so there’s absolutely no hype surrounding any of them. It’s 2015, someone get me a flux capacitor and DeLorean to go to 2009 when things were better in the vinyl world…</p> <p>[Pre-order at Myplasticheart: <a href="http://www.myplasticheart.com/pc/DUNNY20FAD/001PREORDERS/Dunny+20+inch+%3A+It%27s+a+F.A.D.+PRE-ORDER+SHIPS+FALL+2015" onclick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'outbound-article', 'http://www.myplasticheart.com/pc/DUNNY20FAD/001PREORDERS/Dunny+20+inch+%3A+It%27s+a+F.A.D.+PRE-ORDER+SHIPS+FALL+2015', 'F.A.D.']);" target="_blank">F.A.D.</a> | <a href="http://www.myplasticheart.com/pc/DUNNY8IMPLOTUSDRAG/001PREORDERS/Dunny+8+inch+%3A+Imperial+Lotus+Dragon+PRE-ORDER+SHIPS+FALL+2015" onclick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'outbound-article', 'http://www.myplasticheart.com/pc/DUNNY8IMPLOTUSDRAG/001PREORDERS/Dunny+8+inch+%3A+Imperial+Lotus+Dragon+PRE-ORDER+SHIPS+FALL+2015', 'Imperial Lotus Dragon']);" target="_blank">Imperial Lotus Dragon</a> | <a href="http://www.myplasticheart.com/pc/DUNNY8GRIN/001PREORDERS/Dunny+8+inch+%3A+Grin+PRE-ORDER+SHIPS+SEP+2015" onclick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'outbound-article', 'http://www.myplasticheart.com/pc/DUNNY8GRIN/001PREORDERS/Dunny+8+inch+%3A+Grin+PRE-ORDER+SHIPS+SEP+2015', 'Grin']);" target="_blank">Grin</a> | <a href="http://www.myplasticheart.com/pc/DUNNY8NOSTRINGS/001PREORDERS/Dunny+8+inch+%3A+No+Strings+on+Me+PRE-ORDER+SHIPS+AUG+2015" onclick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'outbound-article', 'http://www.myplasticheart.com/pc/DUNNY8NOSTRINGS/001PREORDERS/Dunny+8+inch+%3A+No+Strings+on+Me+PRE-ORDER+SHIPS+AUG+2015', 'No Strings on Me']);" target="_blank">No Strings on Me</a>]</p>

    Four New Kidrobot Dunnys Show Up For Order

    Well, we all knew Kidrobot was finally working on art pieces again after their Dunny the 13 and Ferals announcements, along with a few other smaller announcements, but I don’t think anyone could have guessed that they’d release so many all at once. Myplasticheart just updated with orders on four new Dunnys: three in the 8″ size and one in the 20″ size. First up is the 20″ F.A.D. Dunny by J*Ryu. I’m glad to see that J*Ryu finally has a Dunny, but I’m not glad to see that it’s a 20″ and also that it has a retail of $449.99. Add in the fact that it’s an almost entirely white Dunny? Have fun keeping this from looking awful after 6 months in your collection.

    Then we move on to the 8″ers: Imperial Lotus Dragon by Scott Tolleson, Grin by Ron English, and No Strings on Me by WuzOne. I’m a big fan of the Imperial Lotus Dragon Dunny and it’s vibrant color scheme, unique sculpt, and apparent use of clear vinyl as well, but what I’m most certainly not a fan of, like the J*Ryu piece, is the price: $99.99. Absolutely no Dunny should be twice the price of many more intricate PVC figures.

    Then we’ve got Grin at $74.99, which brings Ron English’s demented Mickey Mouse design to vinyl. It’s a cool design, but not my cup of tea at all, and also hinges entirely on how well Kidrobot and NECA can print the pattern on the mouth. Last, and certainly least, is WuzOne’s No Strings on Me for $59.99, which brings Pinocchio to Dunny form for reasons beyond me, and quite possibly, anyone on earth. This just looks lazy all around and at $59.99 I can’t even see this becoming the next Eggy for customizing.

    So, to sum it up, we’ve got a nice quartet of Dunnies where the pricing makes absolutely no sense (No Strings on Me and Grin both contain no differences to the standard Dunny sculpt yet are $15 different…), two designs that are really great, but not worth their price, and way too many Dunny releases all at once so there’s absolutely no hype surrounding any of them. It’s 2015, someone get me a flux capacitor and DeLorean to go to 2009 when things were better in the vinyl world…

    [Pre-order at Myplasticheart: F.A.D. | Imperial Lotus Dragon | Grin | No Strings on Me]

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  • <p><a href="http://www.plastikitty.com/home/amanda-visell-brings-kidrobots-munnyworld-back-to-the-wild-with-ferals-series/attachment/kidrobotamandavisellferalsheader" rel="attachment wp-att-67755"></a></p> <p>Kidrobot’s on a bit of a roll today going two for two out of things we’ve posted thus far (don’t worry, there’s a ton more to go too). First we showed you the <a href="http://www.plastikitty.com/home/kidrobot-and-brandt-peters-team-up-for-dunny-the-13-artist-series" target="_blank">new Brandt Peters Artist Series Dunny release: The 13</a>, and now we have another mini series release announcement with Amanda Visell’s Ferals. Featuring all of the characters from Munnyworld, Amanda Visell’s signature brushed style is here in full force making for one incredibly adorable collection of animals. I’ve personally been waiting a while for this due to all of the teasers for it and I can’t wait for this to come out in the fall.</p> <p>[Pre-order via Myplasticheart: <a href="http://www.myplasticheart.com/pc/FERALSBB/001PREORDERS/Ferals+Mini+Series+%3A+Blind+Box+PRE-ORDER+SHIPS+FALL+2015" onclick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'outbound-article', 'http://www.myplasticheart.com/pc/FERALSBB/001PREORDERS/Ferals+Mini+Series+%3A+Blind+Box+PRE-ORDER+SHIPS+FALL+2015', 'blind box']);" target="_blank">blind box</a> | <a href="http://www.myplasticheart.com/pc/FERALSCASE20/001PREORDERS/Ferals+Mini+Series+%3A+Case+of+20+PRE-ORDER+SHIPS+FALL+2015" onclick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'outbound-article', 'http://www.myplasticheart.com/pc/FERALSCASE20/001PREORDERS/Ferals+Mini+Series+%3A+Case+of+20+PRE-ORDER+SHIPS+FALL+2015', 'case']);" target="_blank">case</a>]</p>

    Amanda Visell Brings Kidrobot’s Munnyworld Back To The Wild With Ferals Series

    Kidrobot’s on a bit of a roll today going two for two out of things we’ve posted thus far (don’t worry, there’s a ton more to go too). First we showed you the new Brandt Peters Artist Series Dunny release: The 13, and now we have another mini series release announcement with Amanda Visell’s Ferals. Featuring all of the characters from Munnyworld, Amanda Visell’s signature brushed style is here in full force making for one incredibly adorable collection of animals. I’ve personally been waiting a while for this due to all of the teasers for it and I can’t wait for this to come out in the fall.

    [Pre-order via Myplasticheart: blind box | case]

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