It would have been incredibly easy to populate this list with Aggronautix’s limited edition products alone, as they’ve dedicated pieces to the likes of 13th Floor Elevators’ Roky Erickson, The Meatmen’s Tesco Vee, Plasmatics’ Wendy O. Williams, Mojo Nixon, and Descendents’ Milo Aukerman, among several others. Their bobbleheads tend to be sculpted with real care, which means that the GG Allin piece seen here is the most visually accurate representation of its subject on this list.
Voted G.G. the #1 "Strangest Rock Action Figure"... They say, "We kind of love Aggronautix, the company behind this amazing bobbly replica of the inimitable shock rocker G.G. Allin."
It's a future heirloom your grandchildren will treasure - marvel at the craftsmanship and care taken rendering his bloodied head, terrible tattoos, and 'Eat Me' undies, and image what a stinky conversation piece it'll be when friends drop by...
Weird times we're living in. Twenty years ago, shock rocker GG Allin and Meatmen frontman Tesco Vee were genuinely frightening punk rock terrorists. (Or Allin was, anyway. Tesco was always just funny.) Now, you can buy children's toys based on both.
Nothing will say Happy Father's Day like these new Throbbleheads from Aggronautix. At 7" tall and limited to 2,000 for GG and 1,000 for the Meatman, it's a steal at $19.95. Make 'em fight your Wilco dolls.
...the perfect gift for any of the discerning shit-tossing junkie scumfucks in your life. We can definitely see the "filth" -- which we're going to read between the lines as being GG's own butt juice. Then again, we suppose we'll figure out how authentic this really is if we turn him over and find some skidmarks.
This is probably the first and last Bobblehead you’ll ever see on ToyCyte. A company called Aggronautix went and made, of all the anti-bobble things, a GG Allin Throbblehead. And if DKE is game to distribute it with the rest of the lot of “art toys” (and Dov himself assimilated one into his personal collection), I’m down to write about it. The likeness is pretty dead-on...