A second chance at owning Medicom's Frankenweenie plushes - tomopop

A second chance at owning Medicom's Frankenweenie plushes

2:00 PM on 12.25.2012

Natalie Kipper

Associate Editor/Plush Guru

Buy the plushes as 3-piece sets at Entertainment Earth

Entertainment Earth has quite the Christmas gift for those who missed out on Medicom's Frankenweenie plushes the first time around (I remember more than a few of you were upset about not getting Mr. Whiskers). Both the large sizes and mascot sizes of these toys have been listed on the store's site. The catch, however, is that you have to buy them as 3-piece sets. As an owner of all three of the larger plushes, I can tell you that the quality is outstanding and that Sparky, Persephone, and Mr. Whiskers are all quite poseable and able to stand on their own. I am unsure as to whether the mascots are poseable as well, however.

The large-sized set costs US$114.99 while the mascot-sized set costs US$44.99 (note that the images in the listings are switched). Both sets ship in March 2013. 

[Pre-order at Entertainment Earth (large set | mascot set)]


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