What Toys Are Up To: Woody Forever

4:00 PM on 03.09.2011 // Colette Bennett

The unspoken toy of the year in 2010 was, hands down, the Woody Revoltech (reviewed). Naturally, it sported all of the high quality construction that make Revoltech products what they are, but it also inspired countless photoshoots thanks to the inclusion of one very creepy additional face. The toy community has been laughing hysterically ever since.

This week's Woody selections may be among some of the creepiest I've ever seen, not for sexual factor but just for weirdness. We've also got some great shots from Tentacle Armada, Jack Sparrow as Iron Man and Batman, some great customs and several readers submissions. Thanks so much to everyone who sent in a photo! I know it was only because I pleaded with you guys last week, but still: if you have toy photos you'd like included, please email them to colette@tomopop.com. I also accept job offers, love letters, and free pizza.

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