Support a Qeetastrophe!

One Bunny. One Bear.(click for larger image)QEETASTROPHE is a project put together by Toy2R, Steve of Level 27 clothing and our own Paul Nomad. We’ve got two very simple goals.

  • 1. To raise money for St. Jude’s Pediatric Research Hospital
  • 2. To raise awareness to the ridiculously large numbers of cancer patients popping up all over the world, every day.

    THE BASICS:: We’ve taken two 16 inch, GLOW IN THE DARK Qee figures from Toy2R and put them to work. Each has been touring the country with the Bear being signed by an army of awesome horror celebs and the bunny signed by some of the most killer bands out there. Here’s the rundown…


  • Eli Roth (Director of Cabin Fever, Hostel 1 and 2)
  • Darren Lynn Bousman (Director of SAW 2, 3, 4, REPO)
  • Tobin Bell (SAW films)
  • Shawnee Smith (SAW films)
  • Anthony Stewart Head (REPO, Buffy the Vampire Slayer TV series)
  • Paul Sorvino (REPO, The Stuff, Romeo & Juliet)
  • Paris Hilton (REPO, House of Wax)
  • P.J. Soles (Halloween, Devil’s Rejects, Rock N Roll High School)
  • J. LaRose (SAW 3, 4, REPO)
  • James Duval (Donnie Darko, May)
  • Angela Bettis (May, Sick Girl, Roman)
  • Electra & Elise Avellan “The Crazy Babysitter Twins” (Grindhouse: Planet Terror)
  • Karen Black (House of 1000 Corpses, Trilogy of Terror)
  • Chris Sarandon (Nightmare before Christmas, Fright Night)
  • Catherine Hicks (Child’s Play)
  • Stephen Geffreys (Fright Night, 976 Evil)
  • Amanda Bearse (Fright Night, Married with Children)
  • Sid Haig (Spider Baby, Devil’s Rejects)
  • Bill Moseley (House of 1000 Corpses, Devil’s Rejects, REPO)
  • Angus Scrimm (Phantasm)
  • Reggie Bannister (Phantasm)
  • Danny Trejo (Devil’s Rejects, Machette)
  • Tony Todd (Candy Man, Hatchet)
  • John Dugan (Texas Chainsaw Massacre)
  • Warwick Davis (Willow, Return of the Jedi, Leprechaun)
  • E.G. Daily (Devil’s Rejects, Better off Dead)
  • Michael Berryman (Hills Have Eyes, Devil’s Rejects)
  • Gary Klar (Day of the Dead)
  • Harry Manfredini (composer for Friday the 13th)
  • Tom Savini (Dawn of the Dead, From Dusk til Dawn)
  • Hanna Hall (Halloween ’07)
  • Daeg Faerch (Halloween ’07)
  • Danielle Harris (Halloween 4, 5 and ’07)
  • George P. Wilbur (Halloween 4 and 6)
  • Don Shanks (Halloween 5)
  • Eric Preston (Halloween 4)
  • Tommy Lee Wallace (Halloween ’78)
  • Tony Moran (Halloween ’78)
  • Chris Durand (Halloween H20)
  • Brad Loree (Halloween: Resurrection)
  • John Michael Graham (Halloween ’78)
  • Brian Andrews (Halloween ’78)
  • Judah Friedlander (Feast, 30 Rock)
  • David Harris (The Warriors)


  • Bad Religion
  • Alkaline Trio
  • Newfound Glory
  • Bayside
  • MC Chris
  • Avenge Seven Fold
  • Good Charlotte
  • Tiger Army
  • Bowling for Soup
  • Army of Freshmen
  • Street Drum Corps
  • Drop Dead Gorgeous
  • A Static Lullaby
  • A Permant Hoilday
  • Say Anything
  • Wee Man & Dave England from Jackass
  • Jack’s Mannequin
  • Cartel
  • Reel Big Fish

    We are still adding more names to this list as we speak! Come the end of November, two Ebay auctions will be launched and you’ll get a chance to take home these pieces.

    So..to recap. Are we asking for your cash? Only if you want to own one of our pieces or would like to donate to St. Jude’s directly, which is always a good idea. Beyond that, we just want you to get mad at a system run by old guys who take kick backs from companies who pollute the air you breathe, the water you drink and genetically modify just about every piece of food you eat. Do you think this MIGHT be why there is so much cancer in the world today? COULD BE!

    Now that you’re pissed, we want you to channel that energy and help us spread the word on this project. Tell some friends..direct your favorite news show, news paper, magazine or website to this article and tell them they should be talking about what we are trying to do.

    Please show your support this holiday season. Also, feel free to leave a comment below as a dedication to someone you may have lost to the desease.

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    Best wishes to you all.

    Syxx and Nomad

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