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Monday, August 31, 2020

“Bloodbath”: Your Favorite Horror Icons Have Been Turned into the Coolest Rubber Duckies You’ve Ever Seen!

With their Tubbz line, Numskull Designs turns fan-favorite pop culture characters into unique rubber duckies, and their latest range, titled “Bloodbath,” is inspired by horror icons!

“Don’t be fooled: these ducks are anything but cute,” the company warns.

The “Bloodbath” lineup includes:

  • Regan MacNeil
  • Beetlejuice
  • Pennywise (2017)
  • David from The Lost Boys
  • Michael from The Lost Boys

Each PVC duck is selling for $12.99, only available through Numskull’s official website. They stand approximately 9cm (3.54”) tall when outside of tub display stand (some may vary).

Previously released Tubbz toys still currently available on the site are based on properties including The Last of Us, Resident Evil, Doom and the original Ghostbusters.



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/toys/3629778/bloodbath-favorite-horror-icons-turned-coolest-rubber-duckies-youve-ever-seen/

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