Tuesday, August 21, 2012

NEWS: Sucklord's Rejects 2: Reanimators

Hey kids! The Super Sucklord wants your money!

In a typically crass move to make more money, we have once again found a way to market all the broken bits and rejected resin from the floor of the Suckadelic Sweat shop.

The Super Sucklord's latest line-up features a surreal mish-mash of miscasts, misshapes and other abnormalities, given a new lease of life as The Rejects. It's like that kid from Toy Story got blitzed and then went to work, but even scarier.

First up are the single carded releases, dubbed Rejects 2: Reanimators

During the process of creating Suckadelic bootleg figures, there are always the inevitable mistakes, miscast parts, purposeful screwing around, and general fails, resulting in an giant box of miscellaneous crap that we then proceed to slap together into ridiculous combinations that somehow come out cooler than our regular toys. That's what you have here, a grip of Unique Frankenstein Freaks and Failures in two packaging styles. No two figures are alike, some are amazing, some are like WTF? Who knows what you'll get? These are Sold Blind, no choosing allowed and no complaining! You decide if you can handle the random potency of the REJECTS!

If that wasn't awesome enough for you, then maybe you'd prefer the Chop Suey 2: Electric Moo Shu mix.

Some parts from our reject box are so pathetic that they don't even qualify to be a crappy figure. No, these irredeemable bits and chunks find their way into a bottom-of-the-barrel stir fry known around here as Chop Suey. Each container is packed with a combination of Awesome Lost Gems and actual Garbage. Piled into a hand painted takeout container and sold with a pair of customized Chop Sticks (don't ever eat with them!) Each one contains a pile of Suckadelic history in the form of random What-The-Hell? Each box is completely Unique and special, (As if Unique Garbage is something special)

Both the Rejects 2: Reanimators and Chop Suey 2: Electric Moo Shu are available now at the Super Suckstore, but numbers are limited (at least until the next time they sweep out the studio.)

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