Did you ever get stuck on a tough boss battle and want to throw your video game console across the room? Well, now you can – without doing damage. Kidrobot’s 12″ plush version of the SEGA Genesis console includes a plug-in plush Sonic the Hedgehog game cartridge and a soft and squishy game controller.
Kidrobot has an excellent series of collectible toys inspired by The Simpsons. Their plush toys now include Kang and Kodos, the one-eyed aliens from Treehouse of Horrors. Kang comes with a Human Cookbook, and Kodos comes with a ray gun. Each measures 13″ tall. We also must have their vermillion red Homer Buddha figure.
Only Japan could turn an egg yolk into a hilarious mascot for adulthood. The Gudetama Lazy Egg plush sees the unproductive icon hiding in a zippered egg shell marked “Grade A Lazy.” When you take him out, you’ll see him on an egg white that says “Leave Me Alone.”
“It’s always the one you least suspect.” Kidrobot and The Simpsons’ Halloween collectible is a 6.5″-tall figure of the Devil as Ned Flanders from the 1993 episode Treehouse of Horror IV. The glow-in-the-dark edition is limited to 500 pieces but costs the same as the regular toy.
Kidrobot’s Madballs revival continues with a set of sweet blind-boxed enamel pins. The set consists of 20 characters, including originals such as Screamin Meemie, Oculus Orbus, and Horn Head. The set also includes Bot Head, a Madballs version of Kidrobot’s mascot.
Watch collector-turned-artist Dan Tanenbaum customized Kidrobot’s iconic Dunny vinyl figure by attaching watch parts to its head and body. Each piece is a one-off and took 20 to 30 hours to complete. Most of them are sold out, but they’re priced like expensive watches anyway.