Hasbro really needs to start licensing more characters in its My Little Pony series. Just imagine how awesome a Doctor Who collection would be, as evidenced by this fourth Doctor My Little Pony plush made by Lilmoon on DeviantArt.
From the day that Star Wars came out, I always thought R2-D2 looked like a trashcan on wheels. So an R2-D2 trashcan makes sense as a mechandising tie-in. On the other hand, I never really pictured R2 as an orb.
You may not have any memory of it, but The Silence played a big part in series 6 of Doctor Who. That’s what those tally marks on your arm are all about. This Doctor Who Silence plush is pretty cute, despite having no arms or legs.
If a Facehugger plush facemates with a poor stuffed toy, a Chestburster plush can’t be far behind. This 1:1 scale replica is so accurate I wouldn’t hug this thing if my stuffed toy’s life depended on it.
All of Luke’s friends know that if you want to scare the heck out of him, you just need to wear a Wampa hat. Hey, it was a traumatic experience. Being hung upside-down on the ceiling of an ice cave is bound to leave it’s scars.
Here comes Doctor Cottontail, hopping down the bunny trail. Hippity Hoppity, the TARDIS is on the way… What the hell happened to the Doctor here? And Amy and Rory? Well, this isn’t some lost Easter special episode.
Check out this 36″ tall plush Spock. It is a highly logical purchase, despite the fact that he looks awkward being so tall and skinny. So what would you do with a 3-foot-tall Vulcan? I have a few ideas.
I remember playing a whole lot of Tetris back when the Nintendo Famicom (NES) was still the gaming console to have. It was even a game my parents loved playing, considering it’s a bit on the tame side and requires that players use their old noodle.
Whether you’re rooting for the colonies or the Cylons, you’ll love both of these plush toys, based on the fighter ships from Battlestar Galactica. While I’m not sure if they’re based on the original 1980s series or the 21st century reboot, they look like they could pass for either since they’re so soft around the edges.
We all know that kids love iPads and iPhones. They love the games, the touch-based OS and basically it’s impossible to get your iDevice back when it gets into the hands of a toddler. The Totoya Creatures cases are meant to house your iPhone or iPad and encourage your kids to play with them even more.