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Super Meat Boy hand-made toys are good enough for retail

May 15 // Jonathan Holmes

Thanks to Tomopop, I know a thing or two about the custom toy scene. That's why I'm so shocked to see that these hand-made Super Meat Boy toys only cost $12 a piece. There are seven figures in all, each featuring varied levels of complexity (with Commander Video being the most simple, and Jill being the most detailed), but they are all crafted with a serious respect for the source material. It's rare to see customs this well made available at such an affordable price.

Lets hope that there are more of these toys to come. I'd love to see Dr. Fetus, The Kid, and the Pink Knight make the it to Set 3. Even better would be a line of Hitler Must Die toys, but I figure that might be asking too much.

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