I Am Retro Exclusive The Devil Dunny in Pink by Godmachine x Kidrobot

What The Devil?  Godmachine’s crazy 8” in Pink (and blue) ?  I Am Retro will debut their  exclusive edition of the 8” Dunny from Godmachine  and Kidrobot at DesignerCon.  Limited to 150 pieces, the pink edition will debut at their booth [#2029].  They will also have a DCon Exclusive silk screen print (18 x 24”, 50 pcs), smaller litho prints and Godmachine T’s. Arcane Divination keeps coming — look for more in ‘19.


Radio Flyer Retro Rocket Ride On

The Radio Flyer Retro Rocket is designed in a classic cool styling and with imagination in mind! The flashing lights and realistic astronaut and space sounds provide hours of fun. The smooth seat provides comfortable riding, and simply lift to find a storage area. The four wheels add stability for a safe and sturdy ride. Turn the clicking nose cone for added fun. For ages 1-3 years.

Product Features

  • Realistic astronaut and space sounds. (Batteries included)
  • Flashing lights on dashboard.
  • Under seat storage area.
  • Clicking nose cone.
  • Cool retro styling.

Ovonni Rear View Sunglasses Vintage / Retro Style Sunglasses – Creative Cool Gadget to See What’s Behind You – Summer Beach Party Magic Performance Toy

PC / AC Material, matte fininshing frame, anti-fingerprint
CE Certificated, UV400 Protection
Bigger Size, interesting rear view toy for both adults and children
Vintage / Retro Style – Fashionable summer party gadget
Useful Biking / Cycling Gear
Anti Stalking

Tips: To see what’s behind you more clearly, shut one eye while checking the other side.

Product Features

  • To See The World At A Different Angle
  • Vintage / Retro Style – Fashionable summer party gadget
  • Stylish Sunglasses case, convenient to carry

Diamond Select Toys Marvel Retro Captain America Action Figure Set, 8″

A Diamond Select Toys Release! The 1970s live again! The response to DST’s new Marvel Retro line has been overwhelming, as fans quiver in anticipation of getting their hands on reproductions of the classic Marvel Mego figures of yesteryear. Now, DST is proud to reveal the next Marvel gift set, featuring Captain America! A reproduction of the vintage Captain America figure comes packaged inside a reproduction window box, alongside two alternate heads, two all-new costumes and a variety of accessories. Dress your vintage Cap figure up as either World War II soldier Steve Rogers or a more realistic version of Captain America! Includes both the original and classic shields, as well as a booklet on the history of Megos! Set comes packaged in a deluxe gift tray. Designed and sculpted by EMCE Toys!.

Product Features

  • A Diamond Select Toys Release
  • Styled after the classic, 1970s-era Marvel Mego figures
  • Gift set includes reproduction of the vintage Captain America figure comes packaged inside a reproduction window box
  • Comes with two alternate heads, two all-new costumes and accessories
  • Can be dressed as World War II soldier Steve Rogers or a more realistic version of Captain America

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Bob's Custom BAT-DUDE BAT-CAR a Retro 70's BATMOBILE Replica!

I totally love how the Internet has made the world a little bit smaller and way more connected. Here’s a great example! I recently got an email from a guy named Bob who lives in Arizona (I live in Oklahoma). He has a custom-made replica car that everyone calls the BAT-CAR!

It’s a Bradley GT Kit Car from the 1970’s that has been converted to a “Comic Book Style” Batmobile! I think it’s extremely groovy! I love the nice vintage retro-vibe and the “it’s almost a Dune Buggy” feel! 

Check out the pics, it looks really FUN!

Bob told us that when he takes this vehicle to local Car Shows that little kids go absolutely NUTS! Hey, I bet Adults go crazy too, ha! I love this thing, it’s cool! The style is dead-on for that era, good job. 

Bob has a website with more details on this car, and many more photos, just CLICK HERE!

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SDCC 2014: 3D Retro

3D Retro‘s SDCC booth played home to a wide variety of vinyl creations, including Nathan Hamill‘s Mickey Mouse-colored Lavabear variant, Nathan Ota‘s Suited Birdies, and Gary Baseman’s The Wild Girls and Chou Chous. It was my first time getting to see many of them in person, and beyond the obvious (that they’re quite colorful and cast well), I have to say the Suited Birdies caught my attention. The SDCC variant on display didn’t have the eyes filled in, which made him look a little more undead, but it’s still a fairly fun piece to see on display.

Also at the booth this year were Neil Winn‘s unique monster sculptures like Scratch, Wuga and Bubbles. Check them out in the gallery, and you can click on the link above to pick up one from his shop!

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