Fin Fang Foom is a fictional character appearing in Marvel Comics. The character has been depicted as an extraterrestrial creature resembling a slightly anthropomorphic dragon. The character first appeared in Strange Tales #89 (cover-dated Oct. 1961), and was created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby.
This mug was designed by Avedon Arcade and Michael Bonanno, sculpted by Brian Oskins, manufactured by Tiki Farm and produced by Mondo.
Paying tribute to Kirby’s enduring artistic vision, this edition of the Fin Fang Foom Tiki Mug features a "Strange Tales" Green & Purple glaze (purple pants and interior). It was also produced in "King Kirby" Orange and "Pen & Ink" White.
This is a ceramic hiball glass featuring an Ewok celebration scene from the decisive battle between the Rebel Alliance and the Empire on the forest moon of Endor, including the Death Star and other ships overhead with Ewoks cheering below. The "Ewok Celebration", commonly known as "Yub Nub", is also the title of a 1983 song featured in Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi. Secluded in a remote corner of the galaxy, the forest moon of Endor would easily have been overlooked by history were it not for the decisive battle that occurred there. The lush, forest home of the Ewok species is the gravesite of Darth Vader and the Empire itself. This mug was released on May 31,2019 at Disneyland's Galaxy's Edge Oga's Cantina. The Yub Nub cocktail features: "Malibu Pineapple Rum, Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum, Citrus Juices, and Passion Fruit."
This is a mug shaped like a vertically leaping piranha with large sharp teeth. Designed and sculpted by Tim Wollweber (with Marcus Gonzalez). Used to serve the "Piranha Pool" cocktail which is described as "Strawberry Vodka blended with Pineapple Juice, Cream of Coconut, Strawberry Puree, and Blue Curacao." Released June 6th, 2018.
This mug depicts the "Congo Queen", a jungle boat (that Walt Disney spent much time in) with a tiki at the helm and tiki passengers that has hippos rearing up out of the water along one side and piranha leaping up on the other. The mug was released at Trader Sam's Enchanted Tiki Bar on July 30th, 2021, to coincide with the release of The Jungle Cruise film in theaters and on Disney+. Customers were restricted to only two of these mugs per transaction. This design was also released at Trader Sam's in a light yellow special edition which was restricted to 1 per transaction. Lastly, a two-tone oxidized brown glazed version was released exclusively through Club 33 (marked as "Molopo Marie" instead of "Congo Queen").
This is a mug shaped like a shrunken zombie head with black stitches on eyes & mouth. It has a matte bone glaze with a purple wipe and the interior is glossy purple. This edition was resculpted and differs from earlier editions, with a larger nose, and other slightly different details. Designed by Tim Wollweber. Used to serve the Shrunken Zombie Head cocktail on the Sam's Enchanted Tiki Bar menu, made with "reserve and aged rums, tropical juices, falernum and cinnamon".
This rendition of the mighty Moai of Easter Island, Mr. Moai, comes with a dapper stone hat.
It comes in at least two editions. Mr. Moai Slab Edition has a stone finish with a red hat and red interior (1A is darker and 1B is lighter). Mr. Moai Magma Edition has a black exterior with vivid volcanic red cracks and a red interior.
This is a black and white mug with a skeleton surfer (Mr. Makai) on the front wearing board shorts. His black surf board is shoved in the sand behind him.
This mug is used to serve their "Mr. Makai" cocktail described as: "A blend of Smith & Cross Jamaican Pot Still, Plantation Barbados 5 Year, and Lemon Hart 151-proof Demerara rums, this concoction is subtly underpinned by house-made dragon fruit ginger syrup, fresh lime and lemon juice, John D. Taylor’s Velvet Falernum, Luxardo Amaretto Liqueur, plus a dash of Angostura bitters and absinthe. Served flaming on crushed ice."
A mug shaped like the Kraken from Greek Mythology. Crayon green exterior glaze with orange interior. This is one in a set of four (including Dragon, Mermaid, Unicorn, and Kraken). They are a tikified re-imagining of these mythological creatures.