This collection of not-so-fierce monsters come from the Big Bad Toy Store. They’re all recognisable; tauntauns, banthas, wampas and even a rancor monster. It’s not usual to see a rancor monster in plush form.
If you look closely you may see that this is not a real Bantha. That Tusken Raider is just a toy. In fact, the so-called Bantha is actually Chubbs the Wampug. Chubbs has a history of dressing up as a wampa so this Banthapug is a new direction for him.
This fine poster highlights some of the alternative uses for At-Ats that might achieve rather less than a successful assult on Hoth. A special shoutout goes to the Subaru Brat-At since that Bantha looks so cute. Via Geeks Are Sexy and Tobias Lunchbreath.
I’m no good at making anything arts and crafts related. In fact, I’d probably manage to glue my eyes closed. The Star Wars site has a make-at-home bantha that’s just about cute enough to tempt me to try. The list of material is interesting. You need bantha action figures (for reference, of course!), you need […]
Okay, I might be calling this post “Bantha statue” and suggesting it comes with a free “Tusken Raider” but I think you can clearly see it’s a statue of a Tusken Raider riding on a Bantha. You see; Banthas are awesome. They’re cute. They’re shaggy monsters. They deserve respect. Do Tusken Raiders deserve respect? No. […]