Mark Twain is everywhere! Few American writers have influenced the world as much as Twain, and his spirit continues to influence entertainment today with cameos on everything from Star Trek to late-night comedy shows. With his trademark hair and moustache, the Tom Sawyer scribe comes to life as a 3-inch plastic figure with a cigar in one hand and a book in the other.
To buy or not to buy? That is not even a question to be pondered by one who desires this Shakespeare mini figure. The Shakespeare figure stands slightly under 3-inches tall and features the bard in his 16th-century attire with a feathered pen in his right hand.
Finally, a figure to bring to your Bloomsday celebration! Celebrate the writings of James Joyce with this handsome 3-inch mini figure! Sculpted from the finest plastic, you'll proudly display this figure on your desk while enjoying the detail given to his glasses, cane, and hat. It's just like a live reading of Ulysses, except that nobody will sue you. (It's a long story.) Anyway, fans of great literature rejoice-- Joyce is back!
Did you know that Edgar Allen Poe invented the modern detective story? It's true! While history and popular culture remember Poe as a gloomy writer who surrounded himself with all things macabre, the truth is that while he was gloomy, he was pretty crafty, too. "The Murders in the Rue Morgue" was regarded as one of the world's first detective stories, but odds are that your love of Poe comes from his poems, his darkness, and your own creepy goth friends who won't shut up about him. We love Edgar Allen Poe, and we're pleased to offer him as this tiny collectible 3-inch plastic figure.
Are you afraid of Virginia Woolf? Someone must have been-- even though the play of the same name really had nothing to do with this famous writer. This British wordsmith penned numerous novels and essays, inspiring generations of high-school students to write papers about them. This figure celebrates the author in a way that she probably never imagined. You can experience delight by capturing this 3-inch figure of her for your own amusement.
Nearly twenty years ago, Lord Crumwell vanished from the face of the Earth. Soon after, his estate was mysteriously burnt 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."