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December 1, 2006
LOS ANGELES, CA (December 1, 2006) – LOS ANGELES, CA – Entertainment Earth (entertainmentearth.com), celebrating 10 years on the internet, announces the top action figures, toys, gifts, and collectibles geared for people who hate everything. Even Scrooge's heart would melt for some of these items!
1. Cursin' Swear Bear Talking Plush, $17.99
Finally, a toy that hates you back! Even if you dislike cute and cuddly things, this 6-inch teddy bear will swear and curse, endearing himself to even the harshest critic.
2. Skelanimals Kit Plush, $14.99
If you're tired of your kids asking for a pet, give them this—it's a plush dead cat! Sure, this kitten is cute with its little white skeleton, but it's still dead. Nothing says "maybe next year" like this 8-inch plush dead kitty!
3. Jenna Jameson Adult Superstars Action Figures, $19.99 each
While most toys aren’t made for adults, this one is for adults only! Cubicle safety is in question for this figure, which brings an adult legend to life with a removable dress that reveals everything you might expect underneath.
4. Retro Cell Phone Handset, $34.99
Some people hate talking on cell phones, but this old-timey handset will let cell phone callers relive the good old days where phones doubled as a handy blunt object for throwing after a bad day at work. It also provides clear sound and plugs in to any standard 2 1/2-mm headset jack.
5. Horrified B-Movie Victims Figure Set, $15.99
Finally, toys who know who's boss! These terrified people measure under 3-inches tall, and can be positioned to run from robots, monsters, cats, dogs, and of course those pesky toddlers. These are extra fun if you have a camera to capture the attack.
6. Cthulhu Plush Slippers, $29.99
Ca-thool-who? For some people, mere bunny slippers just won't do. All you need to know is that these comfy plush slippers are modeled after a terrible demon that feasts on the dead and comes from another dimension.
7. Star Wars Millennium Falcon & Death Star Diorama, $3,299.99
It's big, expensive, and heavy—and a great way to have gift superiority over everyone else. Even if you don't like Star Wars, there's no ignoring the might of this amazing diorama. This hefty statue weighs in at over 90 pounds, and is far superior to any tie, imported coffee, or pen and pencil set anyone else would think of giving.
8. Dukes of Hazzard General Lee Radio Control Car, $49.99
For fans of Bo and Luke Duke, you can drive this car around all day long. For non-fans, this car can take a lot of abuse—and we're sure they'll enjoy driving it into things and people all around the house for a good long time.
9. Fly Trap Fiends Windowsill Garden, $14.99
If you have anyone that complains that all they do is sit around and watch the grass grow, the least you can do is give them this. The Fly Trap Fiends set lets you grow your own meat eating plants, and everything you need is included (except for water and the sun). After a bad day, what's more fun than watching a plant digest some pesky flies?
10. Tooth Tunes Tooth Brushes, $11.99
What better way to get back at a friend then by helping them get a song stuck in their head all day long? Over a dozen songs, like the Village People's "YMCA" and Smash Mouth's "All Star," are available and the song plays right in your mouth as you brush. The potential for fun has no end!
About Entertainment Earth, Inc.
Based in Los Angeles, California, Entertainment Earth is a leading worldwide multi-channel cataloger, retailer, and distributor of action figures, gifts, and collectibles. Founded online in 1996, Entertainment Earth offers nearly 5,000 licensed products and has pioneered best practices in the industry with innovations such as a mint-condition guarantee, risk-free shopping, and 90-day hassle-free returns.
For more information, contact:
Merchandising, Director of Marketing
Entertainment Earth, Inc.