Friday, August 30, 2013

Not Yeti Friday - Domovoi

Domovoi, aka Barabashka, is a house spirit in Slavic folklore.

It's basically a yeti that lives in your house.


There are robots coming!

Remember when I posted about Saxton Hale vs. Yeti? Here's a panel from the comic.


This acts as a herald of things to come (i.e. next week's theme)...

Thursday, August 29, 2013

Yetee Tee

This shirt deserves special mention because I bought one for myself.


T-shirt Roundup

Let's see what Tees we can sees, if you please.





Note to self: Please add (Pictogram of a T-shirt) and "Sleep" to the Everything Yeti Has Ever Said Page.

Wednesday, August 28, 2013


Monty N. Mypokit made history when he took this photo and captioned it: "Photobominable: Yeti Photobomb".

He also helpfully provided this link, if you don't know what the term means:

Thank you, Mypokit for coining the new word, "photobominable".

Please send me your pictures of yeti photobombing you, aka photobominable!

This is a new Age of Time, citizens!

Abdominal Snowman Roundup

Joke never gets old, I guess...

Source Unknown

Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Parrish Yeti

Yeti character concepts by Kirk Parrish

The first one was chosen for the video game Sports Champions 2, which I'll eventually get around to doing a Yeti Arcade for.

Yeti Arcade: Final Fantasy Type-0

Yeti from Final Fantasy Type-0 (2011):

Their heads make them look almost like bat / yeti hybrids.

Monday, August 26, 2013

Voigt Yeti

McGee Yeti

Game designer American McGee posted this super awesome yeti to his facebook wall:

It's for a game concept he's pitching which looks like it has this cool, torn paper aesthetic. Wish him luck! I hope the game gets published and the yeti shows up in it!

Yeti's have shown up in two of McGee's games, and I've blogged about both: 1) Grimm, and 2) Alice: Madness Returns

Friday, August 23, 2013

Not Yeti Friday - Super Friends' Bigfoot episode

I don't know what to tell you... Super Friends had an episode in Season 5 (1980) called "Bigfoot" in which a bunch of Bigfoot creatures capture the Super Friends and take them to their high-tech computer base.

Batman escapes and destroys the computer and finds a way to communicate with the Bigfoots, because he's Batman.. Turns out they're Novarians from the planet Nova. They were just hoping to steal the Super Friends' knowledge by force in the hope it would help repair their crashed spaceship to fly home.

Batman's like "Pssh, you should have just asked, bro.We cool."

Superman then fixes the ship with his eyes. And the Bigfoots are all like, "Yay, ya'll Earth Peoples are the best." And then they fly away.

Personally, I think the Novarians got off easy. Kidnap the Super Friends, bind them in your electroshock beds, and then force knowledge out of their brains? I expect a retaliatory SMACK-DOWN.

Instead, for punishment, you get your ship fixed so you can fly home.

WOW. 1980 was a different time, man.  That $#*& would not fly in this day and age.

Via Bigfoot Lunch Club

Kids Cartoon: Snooper and Blabber

A year ago I admitted I couldn't find images of the yeti from the 1960s cartoon Snooper and Blabber (1959-1962), but then later I did!