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Toy Fair 2013: Squishable

10:30 PM on 02.13.2013

Brian Szabelski


Andrew Bell's Oddities on the way, along with crowdsourced favorites

Squishable's booth at Toy Fair was probably one of the cuddliest, but it had it's fair share of new reveals. First and foremost, there's the Comfort Food Squishable line, which will feature such things as toast, waffles, pancakes, and bacon and eggs. Also of note is a continuation of the Andrew Bell-Squishable collaboration with the Oddities line, currently featuring Batty and Deville, with more to come, it appears.

While they weren't at the booth, a ton of new crowdsourced designs have been approved, including the werewolf and hyena (a full list of approved and in process designs is on Squshiable's site). There will be new limited edition runs, too, with 1000 plushes each being made of the following designs: Cute Little Monster, dapple pony, flamingo, tuxedo cat, cracked egg, and alien. 



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