The OTMFG line has been growing slowly, but this glow-in-the-dark Baby Deadbeet is one I've been waiting for! Numerous colors came out, coinciding with the various releases of OMFG Series 2.
At about 1 4/5-inches tall, this little guy glows brightly and stands well. I was excited about the design from the get-go, and anyone who collects these things is probably aware that the glow-in-the-dark plastic coming out of the OTMFG/Onell Design factory is about as good as anyone can buy these days. Unfortunately, the milky-white color seems to do such a good job absorbing the light, it makes it hard to see the fine wrinkles, tongue, and other design elements carved in the figure's face.
This non-articulated figure has a bandage on his head and his tongue sticking out, which do a nice job of adding some life to the dead vegetable. Assuming, of course, that this is possible.
This came out as the Flesh 3DRetro Robot, and both of them stuck around in stock for a while. I consider this a blessing as I'm bad about remembering mid-day figure drops, so go me. Weeks later this figure is still in stock, as are last weekend's new debuts: Wild Cherry Brocotal and AP Pink Zombie Pheyden. At $2 per, you can't really do all that much better for a designer toy.
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