Skelanimals announces SDCC offerings - tomopop

Skelanimals announces SDCC offerings

6:00 PM on 06.28.2013

Natalie Kipper

Associate Editor/Plush Guru

An exclusive plush along with a debut of a new line

Skelanimals has revealed their special goodies for the quickly-approaching San Diego Comic Con. And lucky for me, they are all plushes! Oh, happy day! First on the list is a deluxe 10 inch tall plush of Carrie the (skeleton) horse. The announcement mentions that the plush is limited edition but does not say the edition size. The price hasn't been posted yet either. I am going to wager that she'll cost US$19.99 (the price for the other Deluxe plushes) or maybe a smidgen more given that she is a con-exclusive.

The company will also be debuting their DC Comic series II line of plushes at SDCC. These plushes are a mash-up between beloved Skelanimals characters and DC superheroes, all in a 6 inch tall plush package. According their Facebook announcement, these toys will also be limited edition.

If you are attending San Diego Comic Con, you can find Skelanimals over at booth #5037. If not, Tomopop has got your back and will be covering SDCC just for you!


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