Posts Tagged ‘action figures’

Dismember-Me Zombie plush doll: early Christmas present?

May 18, 2009

Think Geek proudly brings you a loveable little creature, Dismember-Me Zombie.  Order yours now for only $12.99.  See more here.  I’m not saying you need to be too worried, but you might want to also pick up your Official Zombie Survival Kit, too.  Just sayin…….

Dismember-Me Zombie in action…..

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Gifts for people you don’t like: McCain (in)Action figures. Bonus: free Obama bobblehead thrown in.

November 7, 2008

Special offer for those of you looking to get your McCain (in)Action figures. Act now and you’ll get a free Obama bobblehead thrown in. User submission, so no context, but seriously, would you actually buy one anyway? Sent in by Izzy.
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**Your Daily Chum Special Offer**

Order now and we’ll throw in the limited edition McCain figure below. This special figurine, Post-Concession Speech” comes from the Restraining the Maverick” collection and intimately captures the moments immediately following McCain’s speech to his sheeple after losing to Barack Obama in the U.S. Presidential election. Limited quantities remain of other top-sellers from the “Restraining the Maverick” series: “F**king Child Looked at Me Funny” and McCain Spots the Nuclear Suitcase.” Act now and bring home these collectibles today!

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Holy crap…my childhood is in a standoff at San Diego Comic Con 2008

October 22, 2008

Yeah, that’s flippin’ Bumblebee in a standoff with Cobra soldiers.  This is kind of a tough one to call as they’re both manufactured in Japan, so they probably are equally as durable, and last twice as long as American toys.  Anyway, that is an actual Bumblebee costume constructed by a fan for San Diego’s Comic Con 2008.  Nicely done.  Another pic. below.

See more at Transformers Live Action Movie Blog.

Epic stop motion-you can’t go wrong with good music, GI Joes, and a tribute to John Carpenter’s “The Thing”

August 2, 2008

This is probably the best stop motion photography I’ve seen in quite some time. Filmed so well, with good use of camera angles, not just another “hey, it’s stop motion so we’ll forget about how to frame a shot” number. Seriously…you better watch this.