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Van Beater's Glow-in-the-Dark Crapzombies are Exclusive for Comic-Con

 - Jul 16, 2014
References: crappycat & awesometoyblog
DKE Toys recently announced that toy designer Trevor Van Beater will be releasing a special glow-in-the-dark Crapzombies doll exclusively at Comic-Con. These cute anime zombie dolls are the perfect addition to any collector's collection.

Van Beater originally created the Crappycat doll as a satirical parody on everyday life. This ghoulish-looking cat doll is described by Beater as a character that is "... down on own on his luck, and stuck between 'who knows' and 'who cares.'" The doll epitomizes this persona with a cranky looking face, enlarged head and zombie-like body. In light of Comic-Con, Beater plans to release 100 limited edition Crappycat dolls that glow-in-the-dark. The legs and head of the Crappycat doll illuminate a gruesome shade of green when all the lights turn out. The anime-style dolls will be priced at $25 and exclusively available for purchase at a Comic-Con booth.