EASTER Chicks Gone Wild

Plaseebo is pleased to announce a new sculpt by Bob Conge that will be the basis for an Ultra Lim­ited series of customs to be offered over the coming year. This one of a kind custom “EASTER Chick Gone Wild” is the first in Plaseebo’s Ultra Limited “Chicks Gone Wild” series. This is a 8 inch high hand cast resin painted and signed by Conge.

Here is the backstory:

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Remember all those yellow baby balls of fuzz and feathers taken from their mothers at three days old and offered for sale at Easter from the five and dime or Agway stores ? Quasi parents would offer them to their mauling offspring as cute and cuddly temporal pets to go peeping through the next three weeks or so until the malnourished and exhausted chicks lost their novelty and outgrew their cuteness.

A few were fortunate enough to be dropped off at local farms as orphans to live out life at the bottom of the pecking order. The majority however met a much less desirable end. By mid April the annual country wide genocide was in full swing at the hands of unfeeling nazified mothers and fathers. A flush of the toilet and they were done till next March. Thus annually reenforcing the unspoken lesson for their children, “If you are not cute, you are worthless !”

Well as chicken karma would have it, in 1958 some of the besieged chicks were dumped one night on a dirt road near an abandoned farm in Alamagordo New Mexico. The empty farm sat on the fringe of the Nevada Proving Ground for atmospheric atomic testing and the lost chicks found endless fields of irradiated corn and ponds filled with water that would glow green at night.

Only two years later they were thirty-eight feet tall and were eating everything they could pick apart with their razor sharp beaks. Throwbacks to their dinosaur ancestors, they began attacking cars on lonely night highways and eating the tasty humans inside the metal eggs.

How cute.





Plaseebo at the NY Toy Fair

Plaseebo is pleased to represented at the 2013 New York Toy Fair February 10 thru13.
The “Mars Attack Misfit Robot” will be on display at the Toy Tokyo Booth #5032

The one of a kind custom “Mars Attack” robot is the third in Plaseebo’s Ultra Limited “MISFITS” series. This is a 9 inch high hand cast resin of Bob’s original sculpt. Hand painted and signed by Conge. The body chamber is filled with a magical mix of slowly moving gel colors and shapes illuminated from the back by a switched color changing LED unit that has replaceable batteries.

You can read “The Misfits” back-story here: https://www.plaseebo.net/news/backstories/the-misfits/



Plaseebo named Customizer Of The Year by Plastic and Plush


We are pleased and humbled by this award.


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“GNAW The OBESE” WIP sculpt

Coming in early 2013

Kaiju Eyezon 5th Anniversary Show


Pleaseebo is pleased to have been invited to create a custom for the Kaiju Eyezon 5th Anniversary Show.

Here is the one-off custom “Eyezon Tank” by Bob

With the internal LED unit switched on.