Top 10 Designer Toys for Halloween
If the designer toy scene had a favorite holiday, it would definitely be Halloween. Tons of artists release limited edition figures based on pumpkins, skulls, candy, and ghosts. Hit the link for our countdown of our favorite Halloween-themed designer toys.
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Kidrobot’s Don’t Fear the Reaper ‘Bot is the perfect example of a Halloween-themed designer toy. It’s got a skeleton get-up, a bloody scythe, and it glows in the dark. The mini-figure came out in 2012, but Kidrobot also made a full sized ‘bot.



This version of Frank Kozik’s Labbit toy looks like something Tim Burton would come up with if he tried his hand at the platform. The orange and black color scheme is classic Halloween, and the wings pull it all together.



Shawnimals’ Guilty as Charged Pork Dumplings are one of the best versions of the toy. They came with either beady red eyes or X eyes. And every Pork had its very own blood splatter of paint, making each one unique.



You can’t get too far into the history of vinyl toys without talking about Secret Base, and one of their most iconic toys is the Devil Dog. He’s super cute at first glance but will stab you in the eye with his orange pitchfork. These were made in the standard colorway, a candy corn edition, and a transparent red version.



Power Vampire was the first Halloween edition of Andrew Bell’s Android Mini Collectibles series. You’d usually refuse when a robot vampire asks to suck your blood, but you just can’t say no to those sunken, pale eyes.



Most of these toys are pretty cute. This one’s just scary and is perfect for Halloween. Erick Scarecrow’s Zone Six is a total departure from his usual Asian-inspired designs. Bones, guts, and a tombstone, this one will scare off all the kids so you can keep all the candy to yourself.



The Calaverita from The Beast Brothers is a really nice, minimalistic sofubi toy. What really makes it awesome is how the skull almost looks like it’s laughing.



Super7’s iconic Mummy Boy is an iconic piece. Ghosts, vampires, and werwolves are all over the place on Halloween, but you barely see mummies these days. I’ll blame Brendan Fraser for that one.



Adios and Ciao Ciao are a match made in vinyl heaven. Or hell, actually. And don’t forget about their skeleton cat and dog duo.



It’s Domo-Kun in a skeleton suit. What more could you want? I thought he was made of rainbows, but this mini-Qee proves that he’s made of glow-in-the-dark bones after all.

Top 10 Designer Toys for Halloween

If the designer toy scene had a favorite holiday, it would definitely be Halloween. Tons of artists release limited edition figures based on pumpkins, skulls, candy, and ghosts. Hit the link for our countdown of our favorite Halloween-themed designer toys.

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Kidrobot’s Don’t Fear the Reaper ‘Bot is the perfect example of a Halloween-themed designer toy. It’s got a skeleton get-up, a bloody scythe, and it glows in the dark. The mini-figure came out in 2012, but Kidrobot also made a full sized ‘bot.

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This version of Frank Kozik’s Labbit toy looks like something Tim Burton would come up with if he tried his hand at the platform. The orange and black color scheme is classic Halloween, and the wings pull it all together.

image

Shawnimals’ Guilty as Charged Pork Dumplings are one of the best versions of the toy. They came with either beady red eyes or X eyes. And every Pork had its very own blood splatter of paint, making each one unique.

image

You can’t get too far into the history of vinyl toys without talking about Secret Base, and one of their most iconic toys is the Devil Dog. He’s super cute at first glance but will stab you in the eye with his orange pitchfork. These were made in the standard colorway, a candy corn edition, and a transparent red version.

image

Power Vampire was the first Halloween edition of Andrew Bell’s Android Mini Collectibles series. You’d usually refuse when a robot vampire asks to suck your blood, but you just can’t say no to those sunken, pale eyes.

image

Most of these toys are pretty cute. This one’s just scary and is perfect for Halloween. Erick Scarecrow’s Zone Six is a total departure from his usual Asian-inspired designs. Bones, guts, and a tombstone, this one will scare off all the kids so you can keep all the candy to yourself.

image

The Calaverita from The Beast Brothers is a really nice, minimalistic sofubi toy. What really makes it awesome is how the skull almost looks like it’s laughing.

image

Super7’s iconic Mummy Boy is an iconic piece. Ghosts, vampires, and werwolves are all over the place on Halloween, but you barely see mummies these days. I’ll blame Brendan Fraser for that one.

image

Adios and Ciao Ciao are a match made in vinyl heaven. Or hell, actually. And don’t forget about their skeleton cat and dog duo.

image

It’s Domo-Kun in a skeleton suit. What more could you want? I thought he was made of rainbows, but this mini-Qee proves that he’s made of glow-in-the-dark bones after all.

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