Growing up, my grandmother loved to knit me blankets with lots of space between the braids or whatever you call them in knitting circles. The thing I never understood is how is a blanket that has so much open space supposed to keep you warm?
I remember watching The Empire Strikes Back as a kid for the first time. When Lando betrayed Han and Han ended up frozen I wanted to kill Lando. If you are a fan of that scene and want a new plush to love (I know) you will want this plush Han Solo in carbonite doll… (nope)… stuffed animal… (nope)… whatever it is, you want it.
Build-a-Bear Workshop is a place where I have spent more money than I want to even think about. If your kids (or you) are into stuffed animals and Star Wars, you will want to go by the mall and pick one of these up.
Earlier this week was Sony’s Ghostbusters Day celebration, as the first film was released on June 8, 1984. So naturally Build-A-Bear Workshop unveiled a new Ghostbusters line to commemorate the occasion. It was only a matter of time.
They say that fire is dangerous, but I’m not so sure after seeing this cute fiery plush. You might want to risk some third-degree burns to give this guy a hug. This fleece Calcifer plush from ArtesaniasIris is perfect whether you have a moving castle or a stationary one.
Reunite with Undertale‘s motherly monster with this spot-on plushie by Etsy seller CerbCraft. It stands 18″ tall and is made of anti-pill fleece with hypoallergenic poly-fil stuffing.
I guess the dog stole her phone again. You can order the plushie from CerbCraft for $79 (USD).
iam8bit’s been on a tear this month, releasing official merchandise from Psychonauts, Guild Wars 2 and now the beautiful mobile puzzle game Monument Valley. The store has long had prints of the game’s levels, but now they also have t-shirts, pins and these plush toys.
iam8bit has a couple of special holiday gifts that will make you do the Quaggan dance. They’re officially licensed 12″ plush toys of Guild Wars 2‘s half-whale, half-Care Bear race.
Shown above is the standard Quaggan plush, and below is the limited edition Holiday Quaggan.
iam8bit’s officially licensed toy already knows you want to buy him. It’s Razputin from cult classic Psychonauts, ready to save you from an army of psycho death tanks and hard to avoid area attacks.
The officially licensed toy is 15″ tall and is as lanky as his in-game counterpart, so it’s easy to put him in various poses.
If you get yourself this Game of Thrones Jumbo Drogon Plush Dragon, you’d better tell the locals to keep an eye on their cattle. This dragon is soft and cuddly and also fully-poseable thanks to some wires inside.
Add a legendary projectile to your pillow fights with Multiverse Studios’ officially licensed Street Fighter Hadoken Plush Ball. The 9″x 14″ plush is based on Ryu’s version of the Hadoken. Or a yeti’s poop.
Finally, a Hadoken weaker than Dan’s Gadoken.
Marvel gets all the play when it comes to superhero movies so far (though that could soon change), but DC Comics has some cool superheroes too. Fans of these heroes can now get their hands on some ridiculously cute plush versions.
Wow. Not only is this Chewbacca plush four feet-tall, he also appears to have a weird Don King hair thing going on. Can you imagine four feet of plush Chewbacca? Imagine the cuddles, the warmth… The pulling your plush C-3PO’s arm out of its socket.
Remember that awesome 18-inch Firefly Serenity plush? Well, it had a baby. You can display both of them together. You should never separate a mother from her child after all.
Maybe it’s just me, but the smaller the Serenity gets, the cuter it looks.
I took my son to see Avengers: Age of Ultron over the weekend, it was pretty good. I think the first Avengers movie was much better, but I liked Ultron. If you are a fan and feel the need for some more collectibles, check out these plush toys based on the franchise.