TOY TWISTER MIXER UPPER – 7/13/10
The TOY TWISTER MIXER UPPER is back and ready to challenge your eyes and toy knowledge! Enter to win a Blind Box prize pack including an assortment of Thoughts in Jeremyville and upcoming Ninjatown mini series. There are 5 assorted toys in this puzzle ranging from rare releases to mini series. So please be specific when listing toy titles, colors, sizes and names of artists. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with correct answers by noon tomorrow (Wednesday July 14, 12 pm EST) to be entered in the drawing to win.
Congratulations to Lisa P. You won a blind box prize pack with the new Thoughts in Jeremyville and Ninjatown mini figures.
The correct answers are:
1: Thumper, Grey edition, 6-inch by David Flores x Disney
2: El Chupacabra, Ghost edition, 7-inch by Sara Antoinette Martin
3: Space Invader Dunny, Black version, 8-inch by Oki-Ni
4: OniYoji from Cucos mini series, 3-inch by Patricio Oliver
5: KidReaper, Kidrobot 15, 7-inch by Andrew Bell
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