Released by Kidrobot to coincide with the 500th episode of The Simpsons this six-inch vinyl toy celebrates the show’s creator Matt Groening. Continue reading Kidrobot’s Matt Groening
Kidrobot have been releasing vinyl toys based on characters from The Simpsons for over six years now, in both three-inch (sold in blind boxes) and limited edition six-inch versions. Their choice of which character receives the oversized treatment has always been a little eccentric (their Homer Buddha for example) but Day of the Dead Homer surely takes the biscuit, or churro if you’d prefer. Continue reading Kidrobot’s Day of the Dead Homer
Since their debut in the late 19th century American newspaper cartoon strips has enjoyed a level of respectability and adoration not afforded to many other forms of popular entertainment. A new documentary, Stripped, attempts to examine the reasons for the success of this enduring and much-loved art form, while also considering the challenges that the medium faces in the future. Continue reading Stripped (2014)
Out of all the thousands of action figures that they have released over the decades, this five-piece set must rank as one of the strangest, and sweetest, ever released by DC Comics. Continue reading Aardman & DC’s World’s Funnest action figure 5-pack
Based on Nickelodeon’s hugely popular SpongeBob SquarePants cartoon, this four inch tall vinyl Squidward was designed by UNKL and released by Toynami in 2012. Continue reading Unkl Presents: Squidward
Autumn of 2012 saw another addition to Kidrobot’s range of designer vinyl toys inspired by cult TV show Futurama.
“Come to Butt-Head”. Continue reading Pop! Beavis and Butt-head