Monday, July 2, 2012
Guts and Grog's contest part two: The Pajamma Jam
So after the success of the Critters and Gods contest for the 2 Headed Shark print I asked grog contributor and custom action figure extraordinaire Jacob Von Klingele to make me up a figure to give to you baddasses. I got it last night and holy shit is the winner of this gonna be one lucky sumbitch. You have all heard of last years bad ass biker opus "Dear God No!" I along with pretty much every other trusted writer on the web were blown away by this beast. If you don't remember here is my review after seeing it in the theater last year. Well Jacob Von Klingele was also more than excited with this film and has put together one of the most unique figures you are likely to have on your shelf. This is a one of a kind item and only the winner will have it. After much debate he went with the Nixon stripper as even with a minor role she sticks in your head and stands out right on the beautiful poster the "Dude" designed for it. Take a look below for more images of what your are trying to win.
How do you enter to win this bad boy? It is simple. Leave your name and Email and leave a comment with a figure you would die to have made. Try and make it one that hasn't been made. There have been plenty of Freddy and Jason figures but for me I have always wanted a Ghoulies 3: Ghoulies Go to College set. Just them coming out of the toilet wearing their graduation gowns and shit. Amazing. Outside of that you just need to go like VonKlingele Customs on Facebook. This part you need to actually do. I know lots of times people "forget" this step but you will not be entered in the drawing if you are not a fan of that page. I would also hope you are a fan of the grog's page as well but at this time I won't make that mandatory. I suggest it though. So yeah. Like the page and leave a comment with your dream figure and on Tuesday July 17th I will draw a lucky bastard who can display this one of a kind figure on their shelf. I will end this with thanking Jacob Von Klingele for taking the time to make this. This is not a day project. Lots of meticulous sculpting and painting went into this and for him to allow me to just give it away is greatly appreciated. Well until the seventeenth I bid you farewell. I may take on another grog challenge when I pick the winner.