29 July 2008

 

Shawn was super excited when we spoke at Comic Con about the game and judging by these latest screen shots he has every right to be. Old school mixed with DS...
19 March 2008

Calling all budding plush makers...don't spend hours cutting your fingers to shreds, let Uncle Shawnimal show you how it's done! Yep, Shawn's launching a blank plus figure and it's a beaut...

03 March 2008

...something beginning with "S". Yeah I know Kozik, Anarchy and Teddy Troop doesn't begin with "S"! Take a look above the Troopers head on top of the boxes...6x Shawnimals Wee sticker vinyl figs...

15 January 2008
Nice pic of the prototype of the next Adfunture-produced vinyl based on Shawn's characters. Really liking the shape of this and the little paint details on the eyes to make it look like the...
20 November 2007
Shawn's been quiet of late...busy doing his DS Ninjatown game I hope but now Kaboom! new mini plushes coming out in conjunction with the super wicked Rotofugi.

Loving this series...
24 September 2007

New tees available from Shawnimal for the bargainous price of $20 plus postage... nice shade of brown for the boys and cranberry for the ladeez. Nice simple design of a classic character, printed...

22 August 2007
Holy crap! DS x Ninjas x Shawnimals = the hotness!
 
SouthPeak games are creating a new action adventure game based on the Ninjatown characters. For those that don't know,...
11 May 2007
Horray for plush, we need more plush.
 
This is a nice collab between Shawnimal (the plush king!) and Ning/Double Punch of their Lil Joe character. That was previously seen...
06 July 2008
Myplasticheart has teamed up with Shawnimals and adFunture to produce this MPH exlusive "Radioactive" edition of the Pork Dumpling character.

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