Mutant teddy bear


18 Responses to “Mutant teddy bear”

  1. SkullHyphy says:

    It looks kind of like a sketch I did about 15 years ago and called it “Teddy Tarantula.” Mine had more legs.

  2. headfirstonly says:

    Does Ken Russell know about this?

  3. nategri says:

    I like his horrible little eyes.

  4. ebow says:

    Reminds me of Christmas at the Kennedy compound.

  5. Anonymous says:

    My pet monster , anyone?

  6. allium says:

    “I love those eyes!”

    Me too, they provide a perfect spot to center the laser sight on.

  7. Chris Schmidt says:

    He reminds me of “My Pet Monster” (the original one, not the cutesy revision). Mine sits guarding my office to this day.

  8. Cicada says:

    Adorable! Wookit the cute wittle tusks!

  9. nanojath says:

    The teddy-bear related articles in the “previously” box under the article comprise the best list ever.

  10. thundercake says:

    It’s got a little tail coming out of its leg.. D:

  11. Torley says:

    Reminds me of the artistry of Madcow Cosmos, altho his bear has less eyes — five, to be precise.

  12. nanuq says:

    Actually, this reminds me of Terry Pratchett’s latest book. There was a three-eyed teddy bear that made a prominent appearance at one point. Great minds think alike, I guess.

  13. DeadWriter says:

    I’d feel safer sleeping with this teddy bear guarding me. Compared to Oatmeal, my sisters teddy bear, this one like it could do some serious whip-arse on any of those child eating monsters from underneath the bed.

  14. BukaHobbit says:

    This looks like it is right out of Richard Corben’s brain.

  15. IamInnocent says:

    Sleeping with someone else’s nightmare…

  16. Anonymous says:

    A face only a mother could love

  17. Tynam says:

    I want this bear to guard my other toy animals.

    • Stefan Jones says:

      “I want this bear to guard my other toy animals.”

      You’d trust him to do that? I’d be afraid he’d eat them, or commit horribly plushie buggary on them.

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