He's quite the party animal! (The Communist party, that is.) As a symbol of the Soviet Union and the enemy of the United States for years to come, his short reign at the head of what would become one of the 20th Century's largest superpowers elevated this man to incredible levels of fame, with cities named after him, statues erected in his honor, and interstellar objects holding his name. Today, Lenin hits another milestone-- as a collectible figure made by the capitalists. Would he be proud? Or would he be deeply offended? Irony lives on with this nifty mini caricature!
He lived for peace and according to one episode of Seinfeld, had a real eye for the ladies. From British-educated lawyer to worldwide symbol for civil disobedience, Ghandi's struggle inspired students of peace around the world… and continues to do so today. This larger-than-life icon of harmony has been carefully crafted into a 3-inch mini figure, which gives the world a chance to keep Ghandi around as a reminder that there are always alternatives to war and fighting.
Long live the revolution! While some people change the world and are remembered with statues or cities named after them, Cuban revolutionary Che Guevara is known to many as "the guy on the t-shirt." Represented here as a 3-inch figure, Che's likeness became known to the world after a well-circulated photo of the revolutionary received wide distribution and found itself remixed into the world of art and merchandise.
How about an American revolutionary who left his mark? The Malcom X figure features his trademark suit and glasses. Bring him home today!
He changed the world! (Especially the Chinese part.) Mao Zedong shifted the political focus in his part of the world and his influence can still be felt today. His fame even extended to his clothing, and this mini figure wears the aptly-named "Mao suit." While you may never be able to join a world leader for dinner, he can stand watch over your desk.
Nearly 20 years ago, Lord Crumwell vanished from the face of the Earth. Soon after, his estate was mysteriously burned to the ground. Thus began one of the great mysteries of our time. The fire revealed a secret chamber beneath the East Wing of Crumwell Manor. Found therein were dozens of hand-written volumes entitled, "On the True Nature of History." The shelves were lined with hundreds of tiny figurines. Above them was a plaque that read: "Oddfellows."