Marvel x Kidrobot Labbits

Kidrobot is teaming up with heroes and villains of the Marvel universe for these adorably awesome 7-inch Wolverine and Venom Labbit vinyl figures dropping July 18 for $49.99 each.

Why do you wear that stupid labbit suit?

This labbit will smork a jet engine right onto your house. One side features a normal labbit while the flip side reveals the skeletal remains of said nicotine-addled lagomorph. $75 gets you one of the 666 Kozik pieces. The portal opens on April 25.

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Cyborg Labbit: Nemesis Edition

Chuckboy has taken his signature cyborg style and applied it to Frank Kozik’s iconic Labbit. This 7” robo-bunny is limited to 1,000 pieces and will drop here on Pi Day for $60. I think my favorite part is the super cute single-lashed eye.

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Smorkin’ Labbit Mini Series
Kozik and Kidrobot are at it again. On August 9, they’ll release the Smorkin’ Labbit Mini Series for $4.99 each. Some of the designs are really weird, especially the ones that are standing up, but there are some really cool figures in this series. The purple glossy Labbit and the inmate ones are class. Oh, and that airplane one is amazing.

Smorkin’ Labbit Mini Series

Kozik and Kidrobot are at it again. On August 9, they’ll release the Smorkin’ Labbit Mini Series for $4.99 each. Some of the designs are really weird, especially the ones that are standing up, but there are some really cool figures in this series. The purple glossy Labbit and the inmate ones are class. Oh, and that airplane one is amazing.

(Source: blog.kidrobot.com)

Kronk’s 8 Deadly Sins Labbit Mini Series
If the Happy Labbit Mini Series was a little too happy for your taste, check out the 8 Deadly Sins series from Kronk and Kidrobot. They’ll be available for $10 each on July 26. That’s a lot for a 2.5” Labbit, but the designs are pretty detailed. Plus, one of them has money hanging out of its mouth. You want it.

Kronk’s 8 Deadly Sins Labbit Mini Series

If the Happy Labbit Mini Series was a little too happy for your taste, check out the 8 Deadly Sins series from Kronk and Kidrobot. They’ll be available for $10 each on July 26. That’s a lot for a 2.5” Labbit, but the designs are pretty detailed. Plus, one of them has money hanging out of its mouth. You want it.

New Scott Wilkowski Customs at SDCC

Scott Wilkowski is continuing his Skin Deep style with several more customs. They’ll be available at SDCC but you’ll have to cough up a few of your own bones for these limited toys. There will be six different sets, including David Horvath’s Flatwoods Monster and Frank Kozik’s Labbit. Each set is limited to 25 per color. The Flatwoods Monster is the lowest price of the bunch at $125. That’s a lot, but damn do I want that.

(Source: dketoys.com)

Albotas Review: Happy Labbit Mini Series

There’s something about Kidrobot and bunnies that just works. New Dunnies every year, Labbits smorkin’ and non. Kidrobot and Frank Kozik recently released a series of Mini Labbits that contains Labbits of all sorts of bright colors with various accessories. Hit the link for Albotas’ review of the Kidrobot x Kozik Happy Labbit toys.

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Happy Labbit Mini Series Hops into June

I think this might be my favorite series of mini Labbits. I especially like the ones with metallic finishes and the ones blowing bubbles. They’ll be $4.99 each and will be available next Thursday, June 7.

(Source: blog.kidrobot.com)

Clear Labbits Smork Your Wallet on May 10

These 10-inch labbits are clearly awesome. It’s hard to tell by these photos just how clear they are, but either way, they look cool. They’ll be $60 each from Kidrobot on May 10.

(Source: blog.kidrobot.com)

Custom Toy Catch-Up: Our favorite custom designer toys that we forgot to post this week.

(Click the pics to embiggen.)

  1. MW2 Dunny Set by Grimsheep
  2. Tomb Misfortune Cat by Rsinart
  3. Decommissioned Soviet свинья собака (Pig Dog) by Dril One
  4. Munny Cooper by Jan Calleja (via)
  5. Feminine Yeti 3” Dunny by Squink!

If you’d like your customs to appear on the site, email pics to brownkidd@albotas.com!

Toy Review: Glossy Smorkin’ Labbit

This Labbit is shiny. And you know nerds love the shiny. Hit the link for our look at the Kidrobot x Kozik 10” Glossy Smorkin’ Labbit.

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A Little Bit on the Choice Side: Labbit stew, anyone? Hot on the heels of the Glossy Smorkin’ Labbit is the Choice Cuts Labbit from Kozik and Kidrobot, complete with a bone for smorkin’. The 10” will run $80 on February 9.

A Little Bit on the Choice Side: Labbit stew, anyone? Hot on the heels of the Glossy Smorkin’ Labbit is the Choice Cuts Labbit from Kozik and Kidrobot, complete with a bone for smorkin’. The 10” will run $80 on February 9.

(Source: blog.kidrobot.com)

Albotas PSA: Glossy Smorkin’ Labbit Launches Tomorrow
Just in case you forgot, the suave Glossy Smorkin’ Labbit will be available at 11AM tomorrow, January 12. They’ll be $60 (AKA totally worth it) at Kidrobot.

Albotas PSA: Glossy Smorkin’ Labbit Launches Tomorrow

Just in case you forgot, the suave Glossy Smorkin’ Labbit will be available at 11AM tomorrow, January 12. They’ll be $60 (AKA totally worth it) at Kidrobot.

A Little Bit On The Glossy Side: These high-gloss Smorkin’ Labbits are what the set of 2001: A Space Odyssey would have looked like if they had Kozik on their team. They’re 10 inches each, come in red, white, or black, and cost $60 from Kidrobot. They’ll be available on January 12.

A Little Bit On The Glossy Side: These high-gloss Smorkin’ Labbits are what the set of 2001: A Space Odyssey would have looked like if they had Kozik on their team. They’re 10 inches each, come in red, white, or black, and cost $60 from Kidrobot. They’ll be available on January 12.

Candy Cane Labbit is here to console you
Whether your Xmas is ruined by fighting family members, an itchy sweater from grams, or Nook Tablet instead of an iPad, Candy Cane Labbit will keep your holiday cheery. It’s so green! It’s 7 inches and only costs $16 at Kidrobot.

Candy Cane Labbit is here to console you

Whether your Xmas is ruined by fighting family members, an itchy sweater from grams, or Nook Tablet instead of an iPad, Candy Cane Labbit will keep your holiday cheery. It’s so green! It’s 7 inches and only costs $16 at Kidrobot.

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