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Exclusive Castle Crashers figures want to come live at my house


1:50 PM on 08.13.2007
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You may have been lucky enough to see the at The Behemoth's booth if you attended Comic Con, but if not, you'll have to make a special trip to add these bad boys to your toy collection. According to Behemoth Art Director Dan Paladin, these Castle Crashers figures are only available at conventions and may not be sold online at all. Better hope you're going to PAX!

The fierce little 3" dudes are completely poseable and come equipped with stands so they can look ready for serious business. They come as a set of 4 for $60 or you can buy them individually for $20 bucks a pop. Between my toy obsession and my Behemoth obsession, you can bet I'll be rampaging to get my hands on these come PAX time. Don't come between a woman and her toys.


Exclusive Castle Crashers figures want to come live at my house photo
Exclusive Castle Crashers figures want to come live at my house photo
Exclusive Castle Crashers figures want to come live at my house photo





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