Infantino Sensory Press & Stay Sensory Blocks. 24 Blocks in the set. Encourage imagination and eliminate frustration with a building block set that is easy for even the youngest builders to attach and stack together into fun shapes, high towers and endless possibilities. No need to align the blocks perfectly – the interlocking pattern makes it easy to attach and pull apart. Stack up or even build sideways!
- Age grade 6 months+
- 24 Blocks that are easy to put together & pull apart
- Eliminates frustration and encourages imagination
- Stack up and even build sideways
- High contrast colors and interesting textures
Next up for Blackbook Toy is the triple-threat Stay Gold edition of the Deathead S’murk sofubi from David Flores and the Hellfire Canyon Club. This blind-bagged edition blends black, gold and flat black—echoing ‘murdered out’ rides—with ‘black’ clear (smoke) vinyl for not one but three different bling meets burning rubber…
Funko has debuted its latest Hikari mold, the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man (Ghostbusters), with a “Burnt” deco reminiscent of the character’s fate in the first film… and many of the video games.
The mold itself is a mix of cute and creepy. I love the body work, but that face really weird me out. Maybe if the eyes weren’t looking down I wouldn’t be tempted to turn the thing around so it’s not looking at me but, I suppose, the original character was intended to creepy so it fits the general vibe.
The choice of deco is somewhat intuitive since it gives Funko some flexibility while achieving an iconic look. The glossy metallic blue used for the bib (?) and part of the hat also looks great.
Funko’s “Burnt” Stay Puft Hikari can be pre-ordered for US$80 and is slated for a November release. As always, you can also win one by entering Funko’s Facebook contest.
[ Pre-order at Entertainment Earth ]
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After a quick recap of their meeting in Vegas, Rich and Pete jump into some gaming chat including inFamous Second Son, Runner 2, Titanfall, and tons of listener tweets (VR being the most prevalent topic).
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Diamond Select Toys’ 24-inch tall Stay Puft Marshmallow Man vinyl bank recently started to ship and, to celebrate, DST will be hosting a series of monthly contests where all fans need to do to win is take a photo of their 24-inch Stay Puft Marshmallow Man (either the good or evil version) somewhere outside and then email that photo to firstname.lastname@example.org. Easy, right?
Winners will score prize packages which consist of $100 worth of toys and collectibles from DST. Considering that Stay Puft himself retails for US$125, the figure could almost pay for itself.
The rules are stated as follows: “Photos must be at least 600 x 800 pixels. One entry per person per monthly cycle. Duplicate entries will not be included in the drawing. If you do not win, a new photo can be submitted after the start of the new month. A previously submitted picture cannot be submitted again. All entries become the property of Diamond Select Toys, and can be used on various Websites and social media sites. Prize package value is based on suggested retail price of all items combined. Winners are prohibited from entering any DST contest again for one year.”
There’s currently no word as to when this contest will end. It’s certainly one way to promote a very cool, very high-ticket collectible.
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See how tiny a banana looks in DST’s over-sized Stay Puft Marshmallow Man‘s hand! The 24-inch vinyl bank begins shipping this week alongside the slightly smaller 12-inch Godzilla vinyl bank.
The Stay Puft vinyl bank (vinyl? C’mon, it’s clearly made of AWESOME!) dwarfs DST’s previously released 12-inch Stay Puft Marshmallow Vinyl Bank and, at 24-inches, will likely tower over everything else you own. EVERYTHING!
While listed as a mere vinyl bank, the new Stay Puft is large enough to be a vault and should be big enough to handle years of accumulated loose change. Unfortunately we don’t have an image of him next to the 12-inch Godzilla Vinyl Bank (which purportedly is 18-inches if you count from the head to the tip of his tail), but hopefully Diamond Select Toys will come through with that awesome comparison shot.
Full images in gallery.
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