Im a big Muppet/Sesame Street fan and have a decent sized Muppet/Sesame Street collection. That said this is a bit of a head scratcher. Its neat but essentially its just a large plush with I presume some type of internal frame/skeleton that allows it to maintain posses. No way that should cost $300 in my mind.
I think this move is not aimed at us, the action figure collecting community, but is aimed at a different market. A more quasi-normie enthusiast market. It's an odd move to be sure. I've seen a lot of people in the groups upset about this, but again I don't think we're the market this time.I'm curious to see how it goes.
$300 for a Cookie Monster stuffed animal? I would have preferred an actual puppet. This just seems like a higher quality version of something you could win at a carnival, but if it were a real replica, you could make it come to life like they do on the show. I'll be really shocked if this gets backed.
So that dream of a huge 6 inch scale Danger Room playset is probably never gonna happen.
Come on Cookie Freakin Monster? Why???
That's very strange... you'd think they'd go with a more collector-y license for that much money. Curious to see how this ends.
I think $300 is a bit much.
I'm not going to lie, this is kind of tempting.
Well this is surprising, who would of thought this would be the next Haslab venture. Was hoping maybe a 3 or 4 foot tall Unicron, I'm not sure Cookie Monster here will get to 3,000 backers, especially at that $300 price point.
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