What a great time! You look forward to it all year long and then when it gets here, it’s over so quickly! Thanks to everyone who stopped by and chatted, and especially those that bought Linda’s beautiful Amigurumi dolls. She sold out of several designs so if you place an order on her website or on etsy, please allow a couple extra days to catch up. I want to thank Joel and his wife for stopping by with his Tom Servo, and a special thanks to someone I’ve known online for a couple of years and ran into accidentally at … Continue reading
It’s here! The map has been released and this year we are in Artist Alley tables AA516 and AA518! Come by and see the upgrades to Tom Servo and Crow T. Robot, most notably Crow’s authentic Cooper hockey mask! Also check out Linda’s Comicon exclusive: A one-of-a-kind lifesized Amigurumi Tom Servo will be available to purchase. There’s only one available! Other Amigurumi dolls include: Batman Vs. Superman minions Full MST3K cast dolls (Joel, Mike, bots, Mads). New Harley Quinn Suicide Squad doll Plus whatever else will make a buck 🙂
If you are in the Phoenix area next weekend (Feb. 12th through the 14th), come by and visit us at the 2016 Amazing Arizona Comic Con. Tweeters Amigurumi and some choice selections from Railing Kill will be there, including Tom Servo and Crow T. Robot! Come by and get your pics with the ‘bots and check out Linda’s latest creations. She will have BB-8, Ren, and other Star Wars characters as well as the complete Mystery Science Theater 3000 collection.
It’s that time of year again! This year we are moving from a booth to an artist alley table. The reason is that everything in our booth this year will feature items that are 100% made and drawn by us. I will be selling prints that range from Mystery Science Theater 3000 to League of Legends, while Linda will be selling her amigurumi dolls. This year she will feature: Tom Servo Groot Rocket Raccoon Annie and Tibbers Plus some miscellaneous items My Tom Servo and Crow robots will BOTH be back again. However, due to some ‘handsy’ people at last year’s … Continue reading