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Check out the entries in our Halloween 1:6 scale zombie contest!

All of the entries are in for our 1st Annual Halloween 1:6 Scale Zombie Contest.

Below are three links to the Toy Anxiety Photobucket albums, one for each category from the contest – Original, Celebrity and Nazi Zombie.  We will be announcing the winners sometime on Friday.

Here are the links:
 
Original
http://s33.photobucket.com/albums/d87/toyanxiety/Custom%20Zombie%20Contest%20-%20Original/
Celebrityhttp://s33.photobucket.com/albums/d87/toyanxiety/Custom%20Zombie%20Contest%20-%20Celebrity/
Nazihttp://s33.photobucket.com/albums/d87/toyanxiety/Custom%20Zombie%20Contest%20Nazi/

 

Zombie Indiana Jones: Last Day to Enter our Zombie Contest!

Zombie Jones

Today is the last day you can submit entries for our 1st Annual Toy Anxiety Halloween 1:6 Scale Zombie Contest. Submissions can be made until Midnight tonight. Don’t miss the DEADline!

To enter, post your custom zombie images on one of our two sites:

Sideshow Forum site

OneSixthWarrior Forum site

 Be sure to mention which category your image is being entered in. Anyone wishing to participate in this contest may have 1 entry per category. The winners will be announced on Friday, October 30th, 2009. Winners will be chosen based on the concept behind the entry, and how much effort went into making it. Just know that popping a Sideshow’s The Dead zombie head on any particular body isn’t going to win you any prizes. We want to see some thought and creativity here. Use your BRAAAAINNNSS!

The prize, for the winner in each category, will receive a $50 Toy Anxiety eGift Certificate!

If you have any questions about the contest please email us at customerservice@toyanxiety.com. Thank you and good luck boils and ghouls!

We Want Your Zombie! Win $$$ in our 1:6 Custom Contest!

Zombie AttackTime is running short. You only have 14 days left to enter your custom 1:6 scale zombie in our 1st annual Halloween 1:6 Custom Contest.

We want to see your best Zombies!

There are three categories in our contest. There will be a winner for each category, plus fame, fortune, and fans wanting to meet you worldwide. Here are the categories:

1. Original Concept: Zombies in this category are of a completely original design. You want to make a Dentist zombie, a Cowboy zombie, anything you can think of as long as it’s not based on any specific license.

2. Nazi Zombies: For all you Military enthusiasts and/or fans of Call of Duty World at War, we want to see your best Nazi Zombie. The closer to the look of the game, the more likely you’ll have a chance at winning.

3. Celebrity Zombie: Enter in this category if your Zombie is designed after a particular Celebrity or a character from a movie or TV show. What if Indiana Jones stumbled upon some zombie natives and got bitten? That’s the type of stuff we want to see here. No recreations of existing Zombie characters!

To enter, post your custom zombie images on one of our two sites:

Sideshow Forum site

OneSixthWarrior Forum site

 Be sure to mention which category your image is being entered in. Anyone wishing to participate in this contest may have 1 entry per category. Entries will be accepted through midnight, Saturday October 24th, 2009. The winners will be announced on Friday, October 30th, 2009. Winners will be chosen based on the concept behind the entry, and how much effort went into making it. Just know that popping a Sideshow’s The Dead zombie head on any particular body isn’t going to win you any prizes. We want to see some thought and creativity here. Use your BRAAAAINNNSS!

The prize, for the winner in each category, will receive a $50 Toy Anxiety eGift Certificate!

If you have any questions about the contest please email us at customerservice@toyanxiety.com. Thank you and good luck boils and ghouls!

San Diego Comic Con Photo of the Day #3

zombiewalkHundreds of people took part in a zombie walk through downtown’s Gaslamp Quarter, Thursday, July 23, 2009. The walk, co-sponsored by Columbia Pictures & ZombieWalk:SanDiego, was part of Comic-Con promotion for the release of the movie “Zombieland.” Photo by Yvette De La Garza / Union-Tribune