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Ozzy Osbourne Is Selling Bat Plush With Detachable Head

Thirty seven years ago, in January 20, 1982, at the former Veteran Memorial Auditorium (now, Iowa Events Center) in Des Moines, Iowa, English rock singer Ozzy Osbourne shocked the world when he bit off the head of a dead bat threw on stage by a fan. On January 21, 2019, Ozzy marks the 37th anniversary since the bloody decapitation act with this: an adorable plushie bat with a detachable head, simply called Plush Bat. And I am not even joking! Continue reading Ozzy Osbourne Is Selling Bat Plush With Detachable Head

Pikachu Talk Skill For Alexa And New Pokémon Plushies Introduced

Since we are the topic of Pokémon, we thought you may like know a couple of new developments. The first is Pokémon Pikachu Talk Skill for Amazon Alexa and Google Home where you can “converse ‘live’” with Pikachu. Instead of the usual Alexa or Google Home voice, whatever you ask or commands your Amazon Alexa or Google Home device will be reciprocated with Pikachu classic lines like “Pika?”, “Pika, Pika!”, and “Pikaaaa.” I guess you could say Pikachu Talk Skill for Alexa and Google Home is the closest experience you will get to having an actual Pokémon creature. Continue reading Pikachu Talk Skill For Alexa And New Pokémon Plushies Introduced

In Thailand, Realistic-looking Giant Cockroach Plush Toy Is A Thing

Cockroach is not even remotely close to being adorable. In fact, it is one insect that is being frown upon by nearly all humans, but that does not stop one store in Thailand from selling plush toys of giant roaches that even has a rather endearing name, ‘Peter the Cockroach’, to boot. If the looks didn’t get you, perhaps the name will? Maybe? As you can see, Peter is very, very realistic. I’d say it is photo-realistic – short of being hyperrealistic – and it is anatomically correct too, complete with the requisite antenna (feelers?), spiky legs, wings and the works. Continue reading In Thailand, Realistic-looking Giant Cockroach Plush Toy Is A Thing

Hot Toys Infinity War Hulkbuster, Iron Spider And Plush Infinity Gauntlet

Marvel’s movie event of the year, Avengers: Infinity War has finally hit the theaters, but the merchandises are not showing any sign of slowing down. At least not for Hong Kong toy maker, Hot Toys. We just received words that two more collectibles have popped up: an Infinity War Hulkbuster and an Infinity War Iron Spider – both which are 1/6th scale collectible figures. And then we read that there was something intriguing floating around the Asian market, a Hot Toys Cosbaby Infinity Gauntlet. That is, btw, a wearable plush toy version of Thanos’ space glove. Cute. Continue reading Hot Toys Infinity War Hulkbuster, Iron Spider And Plush Infinity Gauntlet

Uniqlo Teamed Up With Murakami And Doraemon For New Tee Collection

Uniqlo has teamed up with iconic manga series Doraemon and Japanese contemporary artist Takashi Murakami to incorporate the iconic characters from the series to the brand’s products. The Uniqlo Doraemon x Murakami Collection is inspired by the famous Japanese robotic cat with main visual borrowed from Murakami’s work, “Anna koto iina dekitara iina” (a la Tokidoki style colorful artwork), first created for The Doraemon exhibition in Tokyo in 2017. Continue reading Uniqlo Teamed Up With Murakami And Doraemon For New Tee Collection

The One And Only LV x Supreme Pudsey Bear Is Now Going Under The Hammer

Don’t let the image above deceive you. The Louis Vuitton x Supreme Designer Pudsey Bear you see here is huge. Huge like a small child size, measuring a whopping 28 inches (71 centimeters) tall and it is possibly the last piece to come out of the Louis Vuitton x Supreme collection. Looks kind of rad, right? Well, at least, I think it is. This highly covetable Pudsey bear is an one-off creation as part of the 2017 Designer Pudsey Collection for BBC Children in Need curated by Katie Grand and inspired by, you guessed it, the charity’s very own mascot Pudsey Bear. Continue reading The One And Only LV x Supreme Pudsey Bear Is Now Going Under The Hammer

Meet Morris, A Fish Plush Toy That You Can Turn Inside Out To See Its Innards

Plush toys of animals are often cute and cuddly. Beyond that, they are just, well, plush toys. There’s really nothing much to explore beyond what it has on the outside, but that’s not case with Morris. Morris, named after the deceased gold fishes of creator and multidisciplinary artist Rachel Ciavarella, is a fish plush toy with a twist, like almost literally. Morris can be turned inside out, exposing its innards in all its glory (if you can even described that as ‘glory’). Continue reading Meet Morris, A Fish Plush Toy That You Can Turn Inside Out To See Its Innards

Cute, Cuddly Plush Toys Turn Feisty With Sharp Teeth When Squeezed

You are not wrong to think plush toys in the likeness of animals are cute, but we can’t say the same for the William Mark Feisty Pets Plush Toys you see here. If anything, the product name should give you a hint or two. Seriously, they don’t call it ‘feisty’ for nothing. Under normal situation, Feisty Pets Plush Toy looks pretty much like any plush toys, you know, all cute and cuddly that makes you go “awww…” but like some real animals, it does have its feisty side too and you can trigger it by squeezing the head. And when you do that, adorable plushy instantly turn from cute to monstrous, displaying its frowning, shifty eyes and menacing sharp teeth. Now, that, my friends, is the real Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde of the plush toys world and it could be the best thing to ever happen since Gremlins. Continue reading Cute, Cuddly Plush Toys Turn Feisty With Sharp Teeth When Squeezed

The Force of Cuteness is Strong in These Miniature Star Wars Plush Toys

Apart from a handful of droids and maybe the Ewoks, there’s nothing cute about Star Wars characters. Is Jabba the Hutt, cute? We hardly think so. And would you consider Darth Vader and his cronies of Stormtroopers adorable? Nope. Never. They are cool, but never cute. Despite that, it didn’t stop Japanese toy maker, Takara Tomy from dishing plush toy version of them. The Star Wars Plush Toys series is the newest addition to the company’s Beans Collection and each of the plushies takes on the cute look and is no bigger than a regular palm. Well, what can we say? Cartoonized, plush and tiny – those are winning formula of cute. Continue reading The Force of Cuteness is Strong in These Miniature Star Wars Plush Toys

This Limited Edition Godzilla Plush Toy Will Cost You 500 Bucks

this year marks the 60th year since the birth of one of the world’s most recognizable big screen monster Godzilla or more favorably known by the Japanese as Gojira (ゴジラ) (not be confused with the French heavy metal band), which means fans can expect quite a few monster commemorative merchandizes to surface. we have seen one cast in gold which is straight up prohibitive for many Gojira fans with its million and half price tag. but if you have, say a mortal-sensible 500 bucks to spare, there is a softer version which you can buy to add to your Gojira shrine. Continue reading This Limited Edition Godzilla Plush Toy Will Cost You 500 Bucks