eBay Watch: Rare Plushies, Beanie Hat, Kelloggs Pin And Promo Comic’s

eBay Watch: Rare Plushies, Beanie Hat, Kelloggs Pin And Promo Comic’s

Japanese Plushie Collection

Christmas is fast approaching so that means everyone’s unloading on eBay to make some last minute sales which is good news for you Sonic merchandise collectors out there.

Rare plushies of Sonic, Tails, Eggman and even the lesser known animal friends like Flicky can be nabbed from seller niigata-japan who has an 100% positive on feedback. Sale is ‘Buy It Now’ only, priced at $135.00.


For the Sonic fan who wants to keep his/her head warm, seller cutesense has got you covered with this Sonic Beanie Hat for the ‘Buy It Now’ price of $17.09. See if you can get it before a certain hatted Sonic fan get’s it.

Do you like Hedgehogs with your Kelloggs? Check out this nifty(does anyone say that anymore?) enamel pin badge from seller bumble1966 who also has a 100% on positive feedback. Current bid as of this post is GBP 2.49

For the Archie Comic’s fans out there, seller aaronsellsrobots with a 100% positive feedback is selling a Issue 1/4 Free from Sega Promo comic. Current bid as of this post is $5.00.

Another promotional comic gem has also hit eBay, though this one seems to be made by SEGA themselves. Comicly named seller looking4xtra$ with a 99.5% on feedback is selling it for $79.99.

So wether your treating yourself or buying for a fellow Sonic fan be it friend, family or romantic partner eBay’s got you covered as we approach Christmas 2009.


  1. For those that don’t want to risk bidding here is a cheap alternative. http://cgi.ebay.com/Sonic-the-Hedgehog-Comic-book-issue-1-4-rare-issue_W0QQitemZ150388527049QQcmdZViewItemQQptZLH_DefaultDomain_0?hash=item2303dacfc9 The Archie Sonic promo for 14.99 free shipping (note, I posted a link to this somewhere else and someone mentioned that they were blocked from making the purchase, not sure if it was a fluke or not).

    Also a little correction, that last comic wasn’t made by Sega it was made by a comic company called Ashcan (I actually bought a copy a few months back for $32). Guess I was lucky for finding it at that price instead of $79.

  2. Actually Miles, the comic was in fact made by Sega, or at least Sega had a huge hand in it’s creation. I know this because I own a copy and I showed it to Nigel Kitching at Summer of Sonic back in 2008 and asked if he knew anything about it because the story was almost identical to Fleetways story.

    He told me that during the initial meetings before the comic went to publish, he roughly said something along the lines of “Sega had a set of guidelines and we had to work from this comic that they made, wow, I’ve not seen this for years.”

    Even if Sega are not the publishers on the cover, they certainly did “all but…” when it came to story/ideas/rules. Not just Nigel Kitchings word, also down to how the character designs and the basic story matches so much other media.

  3. Good stuff! You always come across those plushies separately on eBay every now and then, but never in a nice lil ol’ bundle. I saw the string arms Sonic in someones car 10+ years ago, begged them to sell it to me but they couldnt cus it was a gift.
    I still have my ¼ issue .. its in 2 bags .. probably brown by now.
    The beanie would look cool with a few quills or maybe even ears, never seen the pin before, definitely a collectable, and I’ve seen that other comic around eBay a few times, I always thought it was a fleetway issue too.

    *Every time someone says Sonic Adventure 2 was good, all Sonic players worldwide are disconnected from their online Smash Bros Brawl game*

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