More Bible Dolls

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  1. Rufus_1611

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    Bible action figures aimed for Christian market

    "You could call them Bible Bratz, or He-Men for a Higher Authority.

    But Don Levine, who created the G.I. Joe doll in 1964, calls his new line of biblical action figures the Almighty Heroes.

    There's Queen Esther, a doe-eyed brunette hottie, dressed in a shimmery pink ball gown with plenty of plastic gemstone bling. And Moses (before the beard years) with biceps as big as The Rock's and a righteous pharaoh headdress."​

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    "Levine also intends to produce more characters next year, but will stay away from creating a Jesus doll. "I think that would be a little disrespectful," he said."​
     
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    Wow. :laugh:
     
  3. Martin

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    Well thats something anyway...
     
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    DANG!!! Every time I have a bright idea to get rich, some fellow comes along and invents the "Pet Rock" before me.

    In a reply to the Jesus Doll thread I was being sarcastic and listed a dozen or so Bible characters I could market. It seems that my sarcasm was not far off the mark huh?
     
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    They probably read your post and decided to run with it.
     
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    I'm really aggravated.

    I had made and marketed an Enoch doll.

    But he was not.

    Wonder who took him?

    :laugh:
     
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    :laugh: With some of the things people buy on ebay, you could still sell "nothing" in a box and call him Enoch.

    I saw a piece of toast "without the image of Mary" sell for $19. A piece of toast :BangHead:
     
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    OK...maybe I don't want to make the dolls for the kiddies...

    But would it be sick of me to make a Jezebel dog chew toy?

    Hmmm?
     
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  12. Rufus_1611

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    Hmmm. That may not be a bad thing. From the looks of the beast in your avatar she might not last long. :)
     

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