The Morbid Dollhouse

The Morbid Dollhouse
These are not your average kiddie dolls. They are hellish, tortured souls. Definitely conversation starters or the beginning of your bad dreams. Mutilation, injuries and monsters might be common themes in my work but they aren't all that bad! They still give you that warm, fuzzy feeling where you just want to hug each and every one of them. Right?.... Right? Hmmm.... it's pretty quiet out there. Where did everybody go? www.themorbiddollhouse.com
In: Toys

Great White Shark Anatomy Model

Great White Shark Anatomy Model

This 13" long model contains 20 detachable organs and body parts and display stand. Also includes Illustrated assembly guide and description of the anatomy along with some fun Q&A to test your knowledge. Fine detailed sculpting with hand painted parts. Great gifts for education or future marine biologists.

$24 @ Amazon.com
In: Shark Week, Toys

Monster Scenes

Monster Scenes

After decades in exile, Monster Scenes have returned! Now, see a deranged doctor resume his diabolical deeds.

www.monsterscenes.net
In: Toys

Rotten Rentals

Rotten Rentals
Rotten Rentals Rotten Rentals

Rotten Rentals are nostalgia tucked away in a throwback VHS case that contains 2 - 5 packs of vintage trading cards spanning from 1975 - 2010. Each VHS case also includes a minature zombie figure chompping at the bit to break out of its black plastic grave. But thats not all - you’ll also get randomly inserted movie promo items. Think of them as horror grabs - you never know what unique item might be waiting for you as you crack the case open. With each purchase of Rotten Rentals at an event you’ll have a chance to pull redemption cards for larger prizes such as autographs, movie collectibles and toys. Whatever is shown on the card you win!

www.rottenrentals.com
In: Toys, Vintage

Copper Zoetrope

Copper Zoetrope

Vision phantasm from chariot of doktor Parnassus! Old-time designed, classical magic drum, 4-band paperfilm phase ribbons in special giftbox.

Zootrop, Daedalum, Wundertrommel, Wheel of Life. That device is the the Zoetrope produces the illusion of motion. It consists of an open cylinder with slits cut vertically in 11-13 which spins around the sides and central axis. On the inner surface of the cylinder is a band with stills, sequences on it. When the cylinder Spins and the user looks through the slits at the pictures watching on the opposite side of the cylinder's interior, based on the Succession of the rapid handling of still images the brain produces the illusion of movement.

$247 @ Manufaktor
In: Toys, Unearthed
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