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  • coab

    coab

    370 50 21

    7 years ago

    here :http://www.flopdoodle.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=FS&Product_Code=DOLBEE&Category_Code=TB

  • jeremyriad angel

    jeremyriad

    566 356 245

    7 years ago

    This just came in the mail. In general, I think these Dolbees are cheap, lightweight plastic, but I REALLY like the design of this Tim Biskup piece, which makes up for the material. The packaging (of all the Dolbees) is also kind of fun. Plus, Flopdoodle shipped it with a sword marked "TBiskup 2007". Anybody know what that's all about?

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Dudson

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Eggcore “Rabbit”

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Roller The Reindeer
  • shuzluva

    shuzluva

    76 9 49

    7 years ago

    Between the colors, the expression and the actual sculpt, this toy is an all-around winner. Can't wait to see it in person!

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Larvagon
  • hR

    hR

    72 77 44

    7 years ago

    This was based on the 1983 movie The Deadly Spawn and was sold through Mondotees.com to promote the Alamo Drafthouse in Austin, TX. 15 pieces were sold to U.S. customers and 10 were for international customers.

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Corpsman Labbit
  • jeremyriad angel

    jeremyriad

    566 356 245

    7 years ago

    Could anybody briefly describe what exactly is the appeal of this particular figure? I don't want to start a Kozik or labbit argument, but purely what do you like about this specific figure?

  • vinylgoddess

    vinylgoddess

    365 108 162

    7 years ago

    Kozik's answer: It makes me money.

    :P

  • squiddypoo

    squiddypoo

    110 5 9

    7 years ago

    The "smorking" is part of Kozik's satirical appeal.

    I think this labbit is cute but I won't be buying it.

  • Danimal

    Danimal

    3480 672 29

    7 years ago

    I think the labbit is actually a perfect vinyl piece- in the world of potamus, mongers, random animals, whatever- this is the one that works for me. It's dead-ironic but not, dead but alive, judgmental but blank- large, smooth, simple- and a bunny who is actually on all fours. This labbit isnt great- it feels like a cheap version of the castro one from Series 1 or the special 10" ones- but those were super-smart: all olive, single red star, and the smork was centered because it was a cigar and brown.

  • Ghost_Target

    Ghost_Target

    651 82 11

    7 years ago

    I got this because my wife was a Navy Corpsman and when I showed it to her, she said I had to get it.

  • jazzydan angel

    jazzydan

    497 645 2539

    7 years ago

    I love labbits!

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Beak Falcon: Dark Soul

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Rainy Day Dunny
  • vinylgoddess

    vinylgoddess

    365 108 162

    7 years ago

    It was raining out today. Thus, it warranted the Wish List -> Collection move.

    :)

  • Spaztrick angel

    Spaztrick

    440 157 38

    7 years ago

    Is this also part of the "Ye Olde English" series?

  • Vadim angel

    Vadim

    777 516 471

    7 years ago

    No, this dunny is not in the "Ye Olde English" series. It was released by KR only on a rainy days.

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Rain dunny

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Green Man

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