September 6th, 2014



2.5" Adidas Qee. I have two complete sets of the seven colorways of these, one set is new, in its original sealed plastic display carton.

I found a monochrome Sei Kawada 8" Cucumouse yesterday, in window box with matching 2.5" portrait Qee, so that will be auctioned on eBay soon.

September 3rd, 2014

The 8" Cucumouse Qee (Both the Red/Gray shown here and the Blue/Brown), the 8" Orange Doink Bear Qee, and the MCA Elder Ape 8" Qee - White, Brown, Gray, and Black are all on eBay. So is 8" Killer Cat (Version 1). Qeester and Toy2R are in all the auction titles. Coming soon are the 8" White Smorkin' Dog (portrait version), an 8" Blue 777Run Alphonzo Qee, 8" British Bear, Blue and Green Noupa Gel 8" Qee, and more. Check out the Ian Christy 8" Eamon Mon Qee shown below too! Once all the 8" are gone, I'll start in on the library of 2.5" figures.



   
           
    August 18th, 2014

Today I posted auctions for an both the blue and the green Frank Kozik People's Qee 8". These each includea bonus Smorkin Dog Qee! I included Qeester and Toy2R in the auction title to make my auctions easy for you to find on eBay. If you know how to use advanced search there you can also look for my seller id which is celeano. I have more auctions starting soon.
   
           
    August 16th, 2014

I posted an auction for an 8" Spider Boom Qee (gray version) with 2.5" bonus artist Qee today. You can search for Spider Boom Qee or Qee and Toy2R.
   
           
    August 5th, 2014

I'm finally ready to start auctioning off my Qee collection. First up will be several 8" figures, Spider Boom, Frank Kozik People's Qee Blue, Frank Kozik People's Qee Green, British Bear, Orange Doink, and Killer Cat, all on EBay. I will post a note here and on Facebook when the first figures go up for auction. I'm including Qeester and Toy2R in the auction titles so you can easily find my auctions.
   

Qeester was the premier Qee information and sales site. I opened it in March of 2004 and it was an immediate success. Since early 2003 I had been maintaining a Qee homage site which showcased images of all the earliest designs.

The Qeester forum members shared amazing images of their custom designs and collections and their thoughts about all things Qee. They created a wonderful and uniquely funny and friendly community. It was always a pleasure to meet Qeesters in person in SF, NYC, LA, and in San Diego for Comic-Con.

After three and half years I closed Qeester to take a job with a film studio. I would gladly have sold Qeester to one of several interested buyers, but I could not persuade the company that made Qee to support Qeester under new management. Without that guarantee, my buyers walked, and I had no choice but to sell the remaining inventory and close the site.
   
           
           
    I'm also reachable via Facebook.    
           
    Thanks to everyone who helped make Qeester magic and unforgettable.

Tim Blackmore