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G.I.Joe Mighty Muggs Wave 01

GI Joe: Jay Cochran - 2008.08.04

Here is a look at the newest addition to the Mighty Muggs family…G.I. Joe Mighty Muggs. G.I. Joe Mighty Muggs will launch in Spring 2009 with favorite classic G.I. Joe characters including Duke, Cobra Commander, Snake Eyes, Storm Shadow, Baroness and Destro!

These items are up for pre-order now at BBTS.


Find it @  Big Bad Toy Store - Ebay

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10:14 pm

personally, these are just taking up shelf space. 
7:24 pm

cool store yeah vinyl can be expensive...thats y i stick just to artists i like. ledbetter, sam flores, tara mcpherson...........I was happy when i got the lava unicornasuares (sp?) at comic con 
12:47 pm

Oh, forgot to validate my point: an old friend of mine owns an urban vinyl/comic/statue shop in Orlando, and he said he's seen people coming in looking for Muggs and buying other pieces. Shameless plug: [url=" (link) 
12:45 pm

As for JJ's point about stepping on the toes of the urban vinyl market, I don't think that these will really do anything except bring more interest to the artists' world. People may first associate with Muggs, but see a Kidrobot toy and think "man, that would look great next to Cap... read more 
7:05 am

dude, im on that snake-eyes like a rash 
Devil Bat
5:55 am

Yeah, and I think you nailed the other thing I like about them; I like the different character designs being applied to this one, uniform shape and size. 
5:38 am

im glad that mighty muggs are doing well.....I just dont like that its stepping on the toes of the vinyl community....where this type of thing started. This type of art style is basicaly what urban art style is headed and mighty muggs is kinda taking that idea and putting towards their licensed thin... read more 
Devil Bat
5:19 am

I've been tempted to get the Star Wars ones; I definitely see the appeal, although I can't quite put my finger on why I personally like them so much. I think I just dig the simple design that features a cool, artsy rendition of each given character. It's quirky yet cool. But like DPrime ... read more 
5:10 am

[quote name='Scotty97' post='16486137' date='Aug 5 2008, 02:01 AM']These aren't for all tastes. They're a great mash-up of urban design, retro, and a variety of licenses. And the price is much better than most "designer" toys. I have most of the Muggs so far, and I love them... read more 
4:27 pm

These look really bad to me. The one's I've seen in stores around here NEVER sell. I don't know if people collect them elsewhere, but to me they just seem like a waste of shelf space. I'll pass on these.  
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