SDCC 2012: Gary Ham/Scott Tolleson/Julie West

Jul 14 // Natalie Kipper    @PoogieNya

The SDCC madness continues with a trip to booth #4836, belonging to Gary Ham, Scott Tolleson, and Julie West. The biggest news was the prototype of Bart Bear, the plush collaboration between Scott Tolleson, Luke Chueh, and Holly Stanway, which was on display. Also of note was Gary Ham's Monster Toytem, which, sadly, had been pushed back from its scheduled Comic Con release. 

Oh, and there were con-exclusives (quite a few, actually)! From Scott, we had the special colorway of Sayjo Bean from his Nosellots line of plushes, made in conjunction with Screaming Sky Gallery. Gary had many exclusives, all themed to his latest character, Wooper Looper the axolotl. With Gary's handmade plushes, a sofubi in an exclusive pink colorway, and some of of Holly Stanway's special themed Cavey plushes, all in Wooper Looper form, peppered about, it was a really fun booth to explore. The GID Fonzo made by Freak Store was also sold exclusively at this booth.

Check out the gallery to see these items as well as a few custom pieces that were on display at the event.

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Natalie Kipper // Associate Editor/Plush Guru
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Living in "The Room of a Thousand Eyes," Natalie Kipper is a plush enthusiast who steadfastly refuses to grow up. As a Tomopop Associate Editor, she focuses on plushes of all kinds as well as Dis... full profile | More staff profiles

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