Monday, August 29, 2011

babyfox Yeti

mash the yeti monster thing by Allie aka *babyfox on deviantART

Snowball Run

New game for the iphone: Snowball Run

Help a yeti survive a snowball rolling down a hill.

Various designs for the yeti from here

Final design: White Yeti by ~Aaron-Randy on deviantART (NOTE THE BIRD ON THE HEAD)

Friday, August 26, 2011

Not Yeti Friday - Abbey Bominable

Monster High an American line of fashion dolls inspired by monster movies and horror fiction. The characters are usually offspring of famous monsters such as Dracula, Frankenstein's monster, and the Mummy. And they have punny names like Draculaura and Clawd Wolf.

Relatively new to the series is Abbey Bominable. She is a foreign exchange student from the north, and daughter of the Yeti. For everything you'd ever want to know about her, I point you here!

This is further evidence that yeti being associated with the other Halloween monsters.

Drake Yeti

For his birthday, Kristy Drake made her husband a Yeti Softie since he's such a "Cryptozoology freak".

Nice use of X's.

Thursday, August 25, 2011

Even More Zelda Yeti

First, there was Zelda Yeti, then there was More Zelda Yeti, and now there's Even More!

A reader named Savvy has the scoop:
During one of my weekly Google Image searches I stumbled upon this fantastic fanart of Yeta and Yeto from the Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess—

Snowpeak by ~r4r3truffle on deviantART

Thanks, Savvy!

Dungeons & Dragons (80's cartoon) Yeti


A yeti has a cameo in the 18th episode of the Dungeons & Dragons cartoon, "Day Of The Dungeon Master".

Who knew?

Here's video of the whole episode.

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

I Love the Yeticorn... and I am not alone

Star Trek knew what time it was: Mugato!

People these-a-days are starting to realize: The yeticorn is MAGIC.





White Yeti

This is the logo for the Benevolent Yeti aka Katie White

Friday, August 19, 2011

Not Yeti Friday - General Skun-ka'pe

General Skun-ka'pe is a baddie from a Sam & Max: The Devil's Playhouse video game. He's actually an albino gorilla from Outer Space. He pronounces his name skun-KA-pay, while the while the protagonists pronounce it "Skunk-Ape", much to his chagrin, presumably.


Jeff McClelland, creator and writer of Teddy and the Yeti comic, explains on his blog how he made this custom yeti action figure out of a Marvel sasquatch!

Spoiler: The tricky part is covering up all that pesky BROWN.

I say Jeff has the right idea! I'm going to start a campaign to WHITE-OUT ALL SASQUATCH. Who's with me?!

(Note: The views and opinions expressed in this blog are solely of the individual author (named Henry) and are not the views of JEFF MCLELLAND, his parents, affiliates, or subsidiary companies, nor probably of anybody else, anywhere, ever.”)

Thursday, August 18, 2011

Behind the Scenes of the Jon Hamm video

A little behind the scenes pics from the Jon Hamm and Blue Yeti Hitchhiker video.

Furry Puppet are responsible.


Looks like they started with this yeti design before they turned it into a puppet:



Great Mystery Museum Yeti

One of this blog's biggest mysteries of the unknown is this mysterious figure, sighted on August 13, 2007.

Recently, it has come to light that it is from Japan - part of the Great Mystery Museum! Which is this set of figures you can buy! From Japan!

There are a couple more yeti in the series!



Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Arandu vs. Yeti

Looks like Arandu, The Prince Of The Forests, took on yeti a number of times...

I personally liked it best when he took on the bald elf headed alligators.

Via Monster Brains

Green Yeti

Yeti by Ryan Green

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Happy Birthday, Ian Daniel Stewart's Son!

This should probably win a year-end award for the sheer, unconcentrated amount of yeti love on display.

Ian Daniel Stewart's seven year old son decided to have a yeti themed birthday party this year.

First, the son made a diorama:

Then the father took the image of the son's diorama yeti and made party favors of "Gore Free" gum as well as Yeti Droppings, Confetti, and Fingers:

Then using another illustration his son had done, father decorated the birthday cake:

And he made this excellent sign:

And it looks like son has drawn yeti before.

Hope you had a happy yeti birthday!

Williams Yeti

There's a new yeti-lovin' artist out there named Cody Williams. You can check out his plush dolls on deviantart and at his blog Yetis and Friends. Yep, fellow gave Yeti top billing.