"The Great White Bendy"
Place of Origin: Ben Franklin store
Rib Count: 16
Celebrity Look-alike: Clint Eastwood
Description: A sturdy, moody, well-designed bendy.
Additional Info: I noticed that this skeleton can be seen in every layout of the book "I Spy: Spooky Night" and I also saw that they used the crab-like alien from this post. (On the cover below the skeleton is in the doorway and the crab alien is in the window.)
And in this corner...
"The Green Machine"
Glow-in-the-Dark?: Only his eyes
Place of Origin: Athens, GA
Rib Count: 16
Celebrity Look-alike: Napoleon Boneapart from the Groovie Goolies
Description: A sturdy, happy, well-designed bendy.
Additional Info: A gift from Devlin Thompson, a marvelous cartoonist, designer and proprietor of Bizarro Wuxtry comics and toys.
The Judgment: While Mr. White is probably older (and in terms of skeletons.. older is better) ol' greeny comes out ahead slightly in the Glow-in-the-Dark category. And they both share the same number of ribs so that's no help.
Now, the white one has gained a certain level of notoriety by way of those children's books, however, the green wonder was a gift.. a tangible representation of pure altruism..a glimpse of mankind at its best. And that, dear readers, trumps all.
The Winner: Skeleton #8 is... "The Green Machine"
Cause of Death for The Great White Bendy: Killed with kindness