[Update: Congratulations to Fisty Dollars, our random winner! Check your email, duder.]
While cleaning up our Dtoid HQ (an event that is the equivalent of a full moon) I came across one last crate of Destructoid Bobbleheads, which were sold out years ago. It was loosely modelled after Mr. Destructoid's appearance in Bomberman on the Xbox 360 and PS3 by a sculptor in the US (Thanks Hito!) and manufactured by Horizon Toy Group. They're about as heavy as a coffee cup full of gravy and sturdy enough to defend yourself against pigeons.
This seems to be part of a special batch that we ordered unpainted so that we could dip them in gold paint and award them as prizes, give them to friends who wanted to do custom paint jobs, use in blood rituals, and so on. Unintentionally, they look pretty cool as a minimalist art piece in a white room. Note: There *may* still be a full color one in this box, but I'm not sure. I'm opening them up to sign and number each one, and won't tell if I find one. Let's have an old fashioned blind box for hardcore collectors, shall we?
The rest are on sale via Paypal at their original price of $20 with $4 domestic shipping within the US or $10 worldwide (I'll pay the difference, New Zealand dudes). I'll choose the winner once they sell out and are all packed and ready to ship.
There are only 25 of them on sale, so they may go quick. Good luck!
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