At last summer’s San Diego Comic-Con, Mattel announced that it would be making a special line of Barbie figures featuring characters from the upcoming Batman v Superman film. And since the movie’s premiere is just over a month away, the Batman version has just appeared on Amazon.
It’s not every day I get to refer to my wife as perfectly reasonable but yeah—this is all her fault.
They're round, they're small, they're fluffy, they're based on cute fictional monsters, and they're smiling. Yep, that's a deadly combo alright.
There are plenty of lists about the “weirdest” Barbie dolls on the internet, but they only scratch the surface of the insane, sometimes terrifying world of the best-selling doll. Here are 20 totally real, official Barbies that prove she hasn’t just conquered girls toys, she may have literally conquered the universe.
The lightest contact with Ryu's eyebrows from Gaming Heads new line of poseable Street Fighter plushies can probably render a normal human unconscious. What hidden powers do Ken and Chun-Li possess?
This is not a real Japanese house. It looks like one. It is, well, a dollhouse—a dollhouse that looks like it's straight out of the Japanese manga and anime YuruYuri. But it's not. Someone made this.
The Tonner company makes finely-crafted dolls, including an already-released $125 Lara Croft doll. Next in their Lara line is a doll of Amanda Evert, the sometimes-nemesis in recent Tomb Raider games.