Take A Peak At The Upcoming Dead Zebra Series 5 Android Collectibles

If you loved Android then you probably also love the offerings by Andrew Bell and Dead Zebra. That is because these are the guys who periodically bring us a whole bunch of new Android collectible figurines. Back in October came one of my favourites in the form of Lucky Lucy the Halloween cat. This was also followed by a the start of December the series four edition of collectibles. Less than a week after that and with Christmas approaching, the Dead Zebra guys also released some Christmas themed Android tree decoration collectibles, So yes, if you love Android then you probably love Dead Zebra.

Well, following on from Series 4 it looks like the guys over at Dead Zebra are gearing up to release the next in line Series 5 of their Android collectible range. The actual collectibles won't be on sale for another few weeks but that doesn't stop them giving us a sneak peek of what's to come and that is exactly what has happened. Two of the collectibles are now available to see as part of their first previous instalment. The first of the two is the very lovable (although infinitely sad looking) Android Panda. This one is designed by Google and as you can see is just about the cutest thing since...well ever.

Alongside the Google Panda we are also getting a sneak peak at Sk8 Cop. The name might suggest he is a cop who skates and well...he is. However, he is one that (according to Dead Zebra) likes to confiscate skateboards off of no-good kids to use for himself. This Dead Zebra offering is being brought to you by Gary Ham. As already mentioned, these are part of the Series 5 collection and will be available to buy in a few weeks. Traditionally, these items do sell out quite quickly as they are a limited number sort of thing so you may want to be quick when they are eventually available. In the meantime though, why don't you let us know what your favorite Dead Zebra collectible is? And make sure to check out Dead Zebra via the source link below.

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