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Take a pic with the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, win some awesome prizes

Diamond Select Toys is celebrating the release of their dual Stay Puft men into stores with a special contest.

Both ‘good’ and ‘evil’ (they’re actually both evil I think) versions of the famous Ghostbusters villain the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, are in stores right now and ready to take home. This massive, 24″ tall bank is ready to rampage through your home, across your desk, or wherever else you might think to put him. And if you do just that, and take some snapshots of him doing his thing, you just might be in for a nice prize form DST.

Here’s what you do: Simply photograph your 24-inch Mr. Stay-Puft (either good or evil variety) somewhere near where you live. It could be the beach, the forest, the desert, the mountains, a city street, or even in front of a sign welcoming people to your town — we just want to see where Mr. Stay-Puft has been! Send the picture off to [email protected], and each month we’ll post a new batch of pictures on our Facebook page. One of the pictures we post will be randomly chosen to win that month’s prize! Prize packages will include $100 worth of toys and collectibles from DST!

Not too shabby right there. Rules? Yes, there are rules:

Rules: Photos must be at least 600 x 800 pixels. One entry per person per monthly cycle. Duplicate entries will not be included in the drawing. If you do not win, a new photo can be submitted after the start of the new month. A previously submitted picture cannot be submitted again. All entries become the property of Diamond Select Toys, and can be used on various Websites and social media sites. Prize package value is based on suggested retail price of all items combined. Winners are prohibited from entering any DST contest again for one year.

For more on the contest, click here for the official site, and to enter hit that email above with your images.

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Jason's been knee deep in videogames since he was but a lad. Cutting his teeth on the pixely glory that was the Atari 2600, he's been hack'n'slashing and shoot'em'uping ever since. Mainly an FPS and action guy, Jason enjoys the occasional well crafted title from every genre.

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