There are so many moments to remember from our time at New York Comic Con 2017. Here are some of our favorites!

Wakka wakka wakka, Pac Man is hungry for cervixes — or should we say Pap Man?
Our new lovely pink donut cervix plush are also available in our shop!

 

No colon, still rollin’. Disemboweled zombie cop from Resident Evil takes a bite outta our intestines.
How will you incorporate a Colon plush into your own cosplay creations?
Hard to believe New York Comic Con is upon us again, we'll be dragging our guts into the city in just a few weeks! The I Heart Guts booth will have plenty of fun new stuff for you to gape at, including our Super Big Heart, custom one-of-a-kind heart hoodies by Holly Hue and collectible sets of the guts buttons we made with Portland-based button makers Badge Bomb. If you were lucky enough to score tickets, please do drop by and say hello at booth #202 sometime between Oct. 9-12, 2014.
IMG_5582The I Heart Guts online store now has cheaper shipping options for domestic and international orders, hooray! Many of our customers wrote in to complain that shipping cost way too much, and we have added first class service for domestic packages under 13 oz and more affordable shipping choices for some of our international friends. So next time you order, you get to pick whether you want a low price or faster service (though we still don't do express or overnight, sorry!).
nycc-2013-iheartgutsNew York Comic Con 2013 was a fantastic blur of sights, sounds and non-stop action, we had a blast! A few of our favorite sights we'd like to share, above: the Nobody Knows I'm Menstruating tee by Oof Industries; these two gents came to Comic Con looking for fun, but found their lost thyroid and gallbladder, respectively; Phil Barbato's adorable baby eating our hearts out; Hunter S. Thompson and lawyer on the move with our liver; the toy panel happened again, this time with the marvelous Tara McPherson, wonderful Steff Bomb, Kidrobot's Galen McKamy and Kidrobot alum Nitin Bhargava, and this awesome 12-year-old Jacob who makes his own vinyl toys (special thanks Lisa Lyons of Toy Tokyo for moderating and to Happy Worker for organizing!); and amazing costumes everywhere, my personal fave was Wonder Wobear.guts-bladder-nycc As a woman, the toughest part about NYCC is getting yourself to the bathroom. As you can see from our bladder photo above, the line for the women's toilet is looooong, and the men's room line is nonexistent, so it didn't take long for us ladies at the I Heart Guts booth to bum rush the men's room so we could get back to our booth in a timely fashion. Thanks, fellas, for welcoming us into the inner sanctum of manliness! We left the seats up for ya.