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Official Isaac Figurine Escapes from Mom Figurine, Available for Pre-order

by Lambert Varias

The deranged systems engineer – oh wait. Wrong Isaac. This little figurine is of the baby Isaac from the rogue-like videogame The Binding of Isaac, made by Super Meat Boy creator Edmund McMillen and loosely based on a Bible story of the same name. Those not familiar with the game should check this and this or, you know, just buy the game. The rest of you who know why he’s crying, read on.

binding of isaac figurine

The figurine is about 1.5″ tall and is made of polyurethane resin, cast from a handmade mold. Isaac’s adorable black eyes and anguished mouth are hand-painted and the whole thing is sealed with a glossy finish.

Escape to Etsy and pre-order the Isaac figurine for $20 (USD). Each figurine comes with a sticker of pixelated Isaac. Who is also crying.

[via Edmund McMillen]




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