Help decide the next Binding of Isaac figure!

Jan 08 // Brian Szabelski    @brianszabelski

Oh, and you can buy all the others, too.

Fans of Edmund McMillen's latest game The Binding of Isaac might want to know about this little survey going on. As tweeted out recently, Edmund has a survey linked on his blog concerning the next Isaac figures to be released in his shop. He's asking which boss you want to see as a figure (Gurdy, Gemini, Monstro, Peep, Mom's leg, or Small Satan); what other character should be made into a figure (Maggy, Samson, Demon Eve, Angel Isaac, or Lord of the Pit Isaac); and what other aspects of the game should be made into figures. It's also noted that Judas will be coming soon as a new figure, so don't pick him.

Meanwhile, if you want to pick up some of the current releases, you can do so on Edmund's storeIsaac, Cain and Eve are US$40, Blue Baby is US$30, and a limited Duke of Flies was US$65 but is now sold out. Steven is coming soon, according to the shop ... but who is next? Make sure to have your voice heard!

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