Apr. 23rd, 2009

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Dunny UK SeriesDunnys are collectible urban vinyl toys that come in badass blind box series. So far there is a UK Series, French Series, Azteca Series, Series 1, Series 2, Series 3, Series 4, Series 5, LA Series, and a Tattoo Series.

Kidrobot makes many other vinyl toys such as the Smorkin' Labbits, The Moofia, and Heroes and Heartbreakers.

I spend too much money on these addictive toys. There is a store near where I live called Rotofugi that has an amazing assortment of them (not just KidRobot but also locally designed/produced small scale lines). I find myself wanting to go and "just buy one more" far too often. They do look amazing on a shelf, bookcase, or mantle, so it is for a good cause. The blindbox aspect of these toys is what makes them so interesting, for me. There are so many amazing designs in each series that I am never disappointed with what I get, but I am always surprised. :) I have an ever expanding army of dunnys and labbits that my fiancee and I continuously add to.
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Subnormality is one of my favorite webcomics of all time. At times insightful, touching, hilarious, macabre, intelligent, and always downright enjoyable. The art is always amazing and the message always comes through. This witty and unique take on society always rings true for me. I am pleased to be able to say that after a month long hiatus Subnormality is back on its weekly update schedule (and I am back to constantly checking for a new comic).

With many subjects covered throughout its two years of almost weekly updates, there is not a linear plot that carries over from week to week. However, there is an amusing story of a Sphynx's attempts to survive and find happiness in modern society that has been continued through many strips. One of my favorite strips far is the newest posted one which explores the reasons behind the behavior of two video game heroes. Another of my favorites is an insightful and hilarious life calender that never fails to make me laugh. This comic explores the personal choices of two girls in Nazi Germany.

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