Just by looking at them you can tell that Bunky The Clown and Death Row Joe are not your average, everyday toys. In the confines of their owner's bedroom, when no one is around, we can see how different Bunky and Joe truly are. They walk, they talk (often using profanity), and on occasion get into trouble. They thought they were the only living toys in existence, but one fateful day trouble found them and changed their lives forever.
The pair came to learn of a factory deep in the heart of the South Pole run by another living toy named Klaus. Filled with questions about their origins as well as a healthy thirst for revenge, the two set out on a road trip to the South Pole.
4 issue mini series all in glorious full color!
Puppet Terrors began as an underground toy company, both figuratively and literally. Initially all the products were made totally by hand in a murky, New York basement. Upon the release of the initial character lineups of Bunky The Clown, Death Row Joe, Klaus and Hack, Puppet Terrors were embraced by both fans and press. Their first year's reign of terror landed the puppets in the pages of Bizarre, Rue Morgue, Amazing Figure Modeler, Stuff and Toyfare. With their growing popularity and exposure creator Jesse Wroblewski decided to bring the puppets to a wider audience.
After months of researching manufacturing firms, a company was found who could mass produce the puppets with the same attention to detail and quality which brought the collectables their initial praise.
In October 2003 Puppet Terrors launched their line of collectable puppets onto the world followed by a comic book series based on the puppets with problems entitled "Murder, Mayhem... No Strings Attached."
Over a decade later, the tiny terrors still seem to garner attention and screams wherever they pop up.