Looking at an art print, warning about Boglin stains, and trying out another electronic offering from Ideal.
It’s time to get spooky… even if it is November. Let’s look at another Halloween Boglin, Bog O’ Bones!
Checking out Blue Kneep, the Bog o’ Bones and Blobkin Imps, and the all-new Imp Grumph. This is IMPORTANT!
Listen son, I’ve been gaming since the early 80s… Amiel du H’ardcore tackles Tekken and Street Fighter players who think juggling or throwing is acceptable.
We take a look at Kwirk, one of the two electronic Boglins released in 1987. He has light-up eyes, noises, and two alleged children!
Let’s look at some Boglin pins. They were recently released. I enjoy them because they make me look beautiful and spectacular I am going to seduce with you yes.
Looking at Belcher and Gangrene from the 2000s Boglins relaunch.
My eyes are still producing fluids.
Boglinwatch 2016 concludes with a closer look at the custom artworks from November’s Clutter Gallery showcase. ALSO: Boglin enamel pin news!
On this sublime episode of #Boglinwatch2016, your heroic host reviews Dwork, one of the original 1987 “Large” type Boglins. But that’s not all! In a journalistic followup, we take a look at the glow-in-the-dark function of the NYCC Mini Boglins.
The number one hit YouTube family entertainment show is back to unbox brand new Mini Boglins acquired at NYCC!
Debuting the hottest show for news and reviews from the biggest voice in Boglins today, it’s Boglinwatch 2016 with Jim Sterling! BREAKING NEWS! New Mini Boglins are REAL and available at New York Comic Con. Your #1 Boglin Boy has the scoop!