If you have a fireplace, you need this fleece/felt Calcifer plush for your uh…stationary castle. Unless you have some sort of electric fireplace in an RV, which would be really perfect.
Check out an additional pic below.
You may have received this Kaylee plush bear as part of the Loot Crate Firefly crate, but if you opt not to get the entire crate (which really was filled with awesome), now you have the option to get the Kaylee plush bear separately.
Instead of Kaylee in her coveralls with an adorable teddy bear patch, this is a teddy bear in coveralls with an adorable Kaylee patch—which is so cute that I added in a couple pictures of it specifically because KAWAII!
Check them out below.
The Mouse Guard comic, written and illustrated by David Petersen, is about to become a little more squishy and colorful.
David Petersen is teaming with Skeleton Crew to create new Sadie and Lieam plush as well as partnering with Archaia for the first ever Mouse Guard coloring book.
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The coloring book is 96 pages with over 50 highly detailed illustrations of the characters, cities, and environments across the Mouse Territories.
As for the plush…they’re coming soon. A sneak preview is available below.
Attention. This is not a drill. Bandai made a Snorlax bed. Okay, maybe it’s not officially a bed, but it IS a 59-inch tall, two-foot thick, plush Snorlax that you can lay on and sleep, so there ya go!
My favorite part of this may be the “caution” images that tell you not to put the Snorlax in the middle of the road, or take it swimming.
Check out more pics below.
Saga‘s Lying Cat is getting her very own official plush. If Lying Cat were here in the room with me, she wouldn’t have anything to say to that.
The plush is about 19-inches tall and has a posable tail. It’s available for pre-order now and will ship in May. Also, the first 250 pre-orders will get a signed 5×7 limited edition print from both Fiona Staples and Brian K. Vaughn.
Check out more pics and a video below.
Bandai has produced a 6.5-foot long Shenron soft plushie that has clever internal joints, so you can curl it up for all kinds of snuggle situations.
You can even stretch him out for a full body snuggie pillow. Too. Cute.
While the myth of Krampus may be something parents used to make sure their kids behaved around Christmastime, Warpo wants to give this misunderstood monster an image makeover with their “Don’t Cuddle The Krampus” Kickstarter.
With Legends of Cthulhu, WARPO took you back to the late 1970s with the first retro action figures based on the world of H.P. Lovecraft. This time, WARPO is turning back the clock to 1986, the era of great monsters and gross-out toys, with Don’t Cuddle the Krampus, the first retro collectible toy line based on the myth of Krampus.
Acting as a toy company in the 1980s looking for the next great monster property, we felt that Krampus was the perfect folk lore to receive the Warpo treatment! We’ve taken a unique approach to this mythic character positioning him as a scary, but also totally misunderstood monster. Our Krampus isn’t out to blindly terrorize children, he has a job to do: Scare the naughty kids straight! It’s a dirty job but somebody’s got to do it! Thus… Don’t Cuddle the Krampus was born!
Check out the project video below for more info.
DeviantArtist Nazegoreng specializes in plushies. Really huge plushies.
Her Pokémon and My Little Pony creations are especially impressive, and she does take commissions from time to time. However, things can get pretty expensive—especially when you factor in shipping from Australia.
Check out more examples of her work after the break…
I’ve always wished I had Ryu’s Hadouken/Hadoken throwing power. I mean, who wouldn’t want to throw fireballs around? Well now we can, sorta.
This super soft Hadouken plush measures 9-inches tall x 14-inches wide. It’s also safe enough to throw at friends and enemies alike.
Check out the video and more views of the Street Fighter Hadouken plush after the break.