Saturday, November 26, 2011


while at D-Con Alexei Bochenek of Geek Chic Daily LA stopped by and introduced himself. a couple of weeks and emails later this was sent out to all of their subscribers. 10-Doh! managed to top this list. needless to say, i'm very happy about that.
you can check out the real post here:

i sent him a couple of figures to give away as part of their contest. you may be able to still enter the contest here:

Tokyo Pop was also kind enough to post up something about our Black Friday deal that just ended. #1 again, WOOHOO!!

seriously though, i really appreciate everyone at Geek Chic Daily LA and Tokyo Pop for posting all of this stuff. i'm terrible about marketing, advertising, and generally gettin the word out about my stuff.

Sunday, November 20, 2011


this will be our first ever Black Friday Sale. the So Analog Gold 10-Doh! will be on sale for 35 bucks each instead of the usually 50 bucks.

these debuted at Comic Con 2010 in San Diego. the original plan was to only have them at conventions, but that had changed. ends up that i just don't do enough conventions. we only exhibit at 4-5 conventions a year and only in California. then i just happen to forget to bring that figure to D-Con this year. so, that makes an already limited figure, extremely hard to get for most people.

i know that some people may get upset that the figure is now available online to anyone, but if i don't move some figures, i can't make more figures.

the So Analog Gold 10-Doh! figures will be available in the same old location at midnight Thanksgiving.

remaining figures will continue to be available online at the regular price of 50 bucks after midnight on Black Friday.

Friday, November 11, 2011

D-CON 2011

 this was our 3rd year at D-Con and it just keeps gettin better. it's hard to tell from the photos, but people were lined up behind those columns.

we set up on friday and saturday morning. it's always takes longer than we think it should.

we only got to walk around before the show started, so we didn't get to see much other than empty booths. overall saturday was a pretty busy day.

here is Linda Hong at our booth puttin on a happy face.

these 2 beautiful men are Chito A-Word and The World Famous Tracy Tubera. Chito did the graphics for our KnockOut!! 10-Doh! and Tracy did the graphics for Super Double Ninja Battle Bros. they were there sellin some of their fancy drawlings.

we had some co-workers take at convention life. our friends at Mana Studios and Neil Winn were also showin and sellin stuff.

D-Con felt slightly more official in the new location this year. Ayleen and Ben did a great job making it easy to sign up, set up, and tear down. it's the easiest most casual show we do. i hope that never changes.

we didn't sell as much as we thought or hoped we would, but it was still a good show for us. 1 day just doesn't seem like enough time for D-Con. hopefully it continues to grow, so we can actually have some time to enjoy the show as well. i barely had time to take photos and look at anything, but 1 busy day is still better than 2 slow days.