Sonic Boom Random Uncategorized Items
|This page is for items that don't really fit into any other category, or that don't have their own page. It's basically miscelaneous stuff. Items may move off the page if enough of a single category of things builds up to warrant it's own area. (Much like how it works on the rest of the site)|
|Sonic Gear Main Merch Page * Boom Random 2 *|
|This is a "Role Play" or dress-up mask. It should be found in among the Boom toy section at Toys R Us. It's easy to tell what's going on here, they altered the original mask to give it the extra tiny 'boom spikes' there on the side, made the nose a little bigger, and took the eye white out replacing it with clear. The original mask usually had a see-thru perforated white area to complete the look, with piercework in the color & black part of the eye to further assist seeing out of the mask.|
|Why do you need a Sonic Boom Greeting Card?
Whatever the reason may be, here comes one. At the release of the Boom game, Game Stop began selling this greeting card for 2.49 in their store. It has a nice CG of everyone in action: Sonic using the energy beam, Sticks with her boomerang, Tails throwing an orb, Knuckles with his...fingers? & Amy getting ready to swing her mallet. Photo by Taaron
|In 2014, Del Taco the restaurant is doing a Sonic Boom promotion. Their kids meal bags are covered in Boom art & the toy is a "Clash Cube". With the first picture, you can see CG mock-up bags. The side has "Enerbeam Maze" to connect Sonic & Tails. The other side has "Connect the Dots" to complete Amy's hammer & Sticks' boomerang.
The toy with the meal is a Clash Cube. But what is that? Is it plastic or paper? How do you play it? Why are there 48 of them on the promotion? Del Taco restaurant is not in every state. Some fans will never see these bags. Do write in for credit if you have photos of the cubes or know what they do. Discovered by Taaron
|Sonic Boom Dog Tags!
This is a cardboard dispenser full of Sonic Boom theme dog-tag style necklaces. Each metal tag has a picture of a character (CG) on it. These are blind-bagged, meaning you won't know which one you'll get until you spend the 2.99 to get it. They're meant to be traded with friends, but it makes them difficult to collect instead. You can see the sample there in its plastic capsule. This is at Target stores in 2015 at the front among the trading card/collectible area. Photo by Crystal Sonic Fan
|This photo has a close up of the tags, showing they have a slightly reflective foil backing the art. The back of each tag has the logo, a few characters & number of the tag ex "14 of 24"|
|At left, you can get a better view of the foil bag packaging & see more example tags. Each tag comes with a sticker card (top left) & the leaflet (right bottom) The stickers are just screen caps of character close-ups from the show without anything added. The tag images are also likely show screen caps. Look at the leaflet, it says "Collect all 24" & then shows you the art from all of them. 24 different things blindbagged will make the full set VERY difficult to get.|
|Hot Topic also sells these, but they pull them from the cardboard dispenser and mark them up to 5.00+ per tag. They have to do away with the dispenser because it has the real suggested 2.99 price on there. Avoid buying these at Hot Topic, marking things up over manufactuerer's suggested price isn't right. Right side photo by: ManicKatie2|
|This is the complete collection of all of the stickers/cards that come with the Boom dog tags in their blindbags. As you can see, each card-back is in black/white & is also numbered so it's easy to tell which ones you still have to get. Who appears the least? Sticks, with only 2 images. The most is Sonic with 4, while everyone else has 3. Photo discovered by Dustin Lee Autry|
|This is a plastic hollow Sonic shoe. But why?
It was apparently shown at Toyfair, but not labeled so no one knows what it is good for. It looks well made, with texture for the bandages & nice paint. Discovered by TheTurboTurtle12
|Boom style mascot suits! Here are Tails, Sonic & Amy, each doing a pose for the camera, someplace tropical looking. The suits look pretty good. Tails has real colored plastic for his goggles & belt, Sonic's got the realistic scarf, & Amy's dress looks nice. The heads are good as well, with decent proportions and expressions. The difference here, between previous suits seems to be that the lower face area for each character is some sort of molded plastic, rather than the short faux-fur covered piece most previous suits used. The look is still fine, so there's nothing wrong with changing the material. The heads look like they're covered with a very short, velvety-texture fuzz. Is there a Knuckles mascot suit?|
|Here are 2 pages from Tomy's 2018 catalog of preview-pics of items they plan for the year. It's two pages of 'emoji' style clip on Boom character keychains. They're the flat layered rubber material that has been popular with previous keychains. Though these look like graphics, they're actually 3D items (harder to tell with their photo here unless it's super close up)
The selection includes 6 different emotions for Sonic, 2 for Knuckles & 1 each for Eggman & Tails. The description states they're about 2.5 inches high each, flat, and 'popular' because supposedly emoji faces are what everyone loves in 2018. (Is that really true? The Emoji Movie was like...the most hated picture of the year)
|Either way, the 'chibi-fied' characters are cute, & the style minimizes Boom Knuckles' odd body. If these are reasonably priced, they'll be a fun collectible. Catalog photo provided by Pat Mac|