“Despair” rubber mini figure from Adam Quesnell!!!

Despair is a demon from the 10th Circle of Hell; the level where people who make bad cinematic adaptations of classic toy properties are flayed for eternity. Not your average demon, Despair suffers from severe anxiety disorder and crippling depression. Satan himself even banished Despair from Hell for being a major bummer... Cast out upon the earth in a fiery geyser of lava and tears, Despair landed in the parking lot of a comedy club that was hosting a weekly open mic night. Despair put his name on the sign-up sheet, got on stage, and told his story. Since then, he has been punishing himself, night after night, on comedy stages of varying quality throughout the Midwest. He dances and lashes himself for audiences with hopes of selling t-shirts and CDs to drunk people who will not wear or listen to them.

To celebrate the recent release of his album “Can We Afford This Much Despair?” on Stand Up! Records, comedian and avid toy collector Adam Quesnell has teamed up with illustrator Terence Brown II, October Toys, and the super talented Tru:Tek of the Disart Toylabs to bring you the 3″ rubber toy of your saddest nightmares... Behold, DESPAIR! Standing at around 3″ of 100% UV resistant rubber, the super squishy figure was designed by Terrance and sculpted by the OT team, coming cast in a multitude of colors and finishes by Tru:Tek (M.U.S.C.L.E flesh pictured). Set to drop during Halloween at the end of the month, be sure to stay tuned for a 360 reveal, a full list of colorways, pricing and availability very soon!

Source [Man-E-Toys PRESS]

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