Among other things, the site offers an honest-to-goodness line of action figures based on men and women from history. Move over, G.I. Joe! Now you too can play with your very own Benjamin Franklin, Marie Antoinette (complete with detachable head!), Charles Dickens, Harry Houdini, Sigmund Freud, and of course, Jesus Christ.
|They even have their own "All Of The Above" package.|
Archie McPhee doesn't just stop at famous historical figures, however. They also offer other toys ranging from the neat to the bizarre to the downright sad.
Surely the war between Captain Corndog and Baron Von Broccoli is one children will be waging for ages to come!
This crusader of countercute vigilante justice would go perfectly with my Grand Theft Walrus T-shirt!
"The ﬁrst thing you have to understand is that Fuzz is a real person. He's not some ﬁctitious superhero dreamt up by a team of overpaid corporate drones out to make a buck off the kids. He's a guy that works at Archie McPhee. Seriously."Awww, they made an action figure of one of their employees. That's kind of heartwarming and dubious all at once.
Naturally, no self-respecting geek novelty store should come without zombie merch.
What use can anybody possibly have for a Lunch Lady action figure? Who cares, I still want it!
That's one heck of a post-Recession diss in plastic form, if I ever saw one.
This is probably my favorite of the bunch in terms of sheer WTFery, barring the possibility of this being an eerie premonition of my own golden years. But hey, free cats!