Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Kidrobot goodies available now!!

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11 comments:

Julie said...

Excellent news!!

Matt said...

They should release a boombox to put them all in. Make it happen guys!

Will Kindrick!! said...

gotta catch 'em all!!

BrobeeBot said...

awesome as always :)

Jessica said...

Okay, I don't know where else to ask this but I need to know what is up with the random "white Muno" who is always sad (I think?). I have seen every episode and I WANT TO KNOW!

I love YGG, but that thing creeps me out.

Jessica said...

Also, I really like the boombox to keep them in idea.

katefish said...

These toys are adorable (and should be for $25 a pop). My son is 2 next week and goes absolutely nuts for YGG (even just seeing pictures of the characters online). So I'm wondering when will the kid friendly toys come out (which I would have thought they'd have come out before the collectors toys)? Will they be here for xmas?

Mr Mecca said...

i placed my order!!

- should have a kid friendly version because these toys do resonate really well with babies...my daughter is 1.5 years old and can watch DANCE and EAT episodes from start to finish and even tries to mimic the Dancy Dance routines. Having some toys that she can throw all over the place and put in her mouth would be optimal.
- I ordered all 5...you should really sell the boombox too so i can mimic DJ lance at home lol
- Consider selling the backgrounds as well in the collectible versions

This show absolutely ROCKS ROCKS ROCKS. My wife and I enjoy watchng it with our daughter very much

Danielle said...

So I didn't get one for my little girl yet, but I did order a Muno for my 30 year old boyfriend! He loves the show more than she does, I think

Monica said...

A Brobee for me!

Myke said...

I have to say, these really are expensive for toys geared towards 3-4 year olds. Especially for toys made in China.

I've seen other people express the same sentiment and get the "These are collectibles that will increase in value" and I don't buy into it. Show me one 3-4 year old who will keep this in the original packaging waiting for it's value to increase. If kids did that, my Star Wars figures would be worth a fortune instead of missing limbs and having melted faces.

You can't tell me that a show, which stars TOYS as the main characters didn't think that kids would actually want to have the toys to PLAY with.

I love the show. Heck, I even bought a couple of the toys (thought that's all the young 'un gets for Christmas) but I have to say I'm kinda disappointed.

I don't even want to get started on the prices of the clothes...