Marvel Bearz

All those years that you sat around waiting for a teddy bear version of your favorite Marvel super hero are over. It looks like the folks over at Bearz Inc. have answered your prayers, and brought you the cutest version of Ghost Rider that you will ever see. I know this isn’t really cool, as much as it is just a really funny concept, but it is worth a look. I found a couple of places to buy these, because I am a fanboy and a sucker above all, but Forbidden Planet is one of the best stores for these. has this to say:

They stand at 5″ tall, have poseable limbs, and are displayed in unique, frosted acetate packaging. Each Marvel Bearz features a colorful, hidden button on the back of it’s head. Some of these buttons are rarer than others, and are covered with a safety cap, so until you have purchased your bear, no one knows what color (or limitation) your button will be

These sell for a bit less than $20 each, and are sure to become a collectible for rabid fans such as myself. The Marvel Bearz are set to hit shelves sometime this month. As mentioned before, I am both a fanboy and a sucker. With that said, put me down for one of each…

Bearz - Ghost Rider

Bearz - Ironman

Bearz - Human Torch

Bearz - Dr. Doom

Bearz - Carnage

Bearz - Deadpool

Bearz - Hulk

Bearz - Wolverine

Bearz - The Thing

Bearz - Silver Surfer

Bearz - Cyclops

Bearz - Captain America

Source: Forbidden Planet, Bearz Inc.

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