The ultimate playset for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle fans, the Secret Sewer Lair playset is BIG, and ready for Ninja battle action. This playset will have kids creating their own Lair of excitement as they become the leader of the pack, swinging into action, training the Turtles and defeating Shredder once and for all. Standing 42 inches tall and resembling the Sewer Lair that is home to the Turtles in the TV show, the Secret Sewer Lair includes more than 20 different exciting Ninja features.
Each of the figures stands 5.5 inches tall and features proprietary wire coil activation in the arms and legs that triggers heroic battle phrases. The longer kids pull back that limb, the longer the sound is activated, and will not end until released. Launch date: 2012.
This playset appears to "transport" figures to and from remote areas. Kids can beam their action figures in and out and watch them actually disappear and reappear. This highly detailed replica of the transporter features authentic transporting lights, sounds and effects.
Rio is a 6" fashion model horse with a cool sense of style and attitude. This horse comes with her own personal bio of where she came from and what her likes and dislikes are. She comes with accessories including a necklace, boots, a purse, earrings, and a compact with ink. Rio has interchangeable accessories, mane and tail and is fully poseable.
Sydney is a 6" fashion model horse with a cool sense of style and attitude. This horse comes with her own personal bio of where she came from and what her likes and dislikes are. She comes with accessories including a necklace, boots, a purse, earrings, and a compact with ink. Sydney has interchangeable accessories, mane and tail and is fully poseable.
These 13.5" multicultural dolls aim to teach young girls about the importance of giving back. Each doll shows girls how her peers in other countries live, and how they contribute to their families, communities and the world. The girls in the first doll series are from Belarus, Ethiopia, India, Laos, Mexico and the United States. A portion of each sale is donated to a non-profit organization that provides services to the region the doll represents. Awards: Dr. Toy 100 Best Children's Products - 2010
Mike comes with articulated joints and a developed exoskeleton armor that transforms from a free standing, motor driven robot to a free rolling, motor driven vehicle. Four different exoskeleton armor robots are available, and each with its own Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle action figure. Launch date: 2008.
The full-color, hand held console allows girls to create characters and have a rich, virtual life. Girls can dress their characters, purchase pets for their characters, take their characters on shopping trips and more. Launch date: 2008.
Amazing McKayla expresses emotions, learns to speak, plays baby games, and can even see and hear. Dressed in a diaper, cute denim overalls and a pink T-shirt with a matching hair bow, McKayla loves to be held by Mommy and can recognize and interact with her accessories — a baby bottle, baby food peas in a spoon, and a teddy bear.
Blade, the Dalmation, will skate towards his owner when his owner claps or calls his name. He responds when he gets positive reinforcement and encouraging rewards like belly rubs and head pats; ignore him for long and he will get sad and fall down.
When his back is pressed, Littlefoot’s head and tail swing and he grabs the included branch accessory with his mouth. This character is part of a collection based on the “The Land Before Time” television series on Cartoon Network. Launch date: June 2007.
A character from the “The Land Before Time” television series on Cartoon Network, Ducky features moveable arms, legs and head, and when her back is pressed, she lunges and tries to knock the Sweet Bubbles off the tree. Launch date: June 2007.
This is one of three 12” to 13” cuddly, soft plush characters based on “The Land Before Time” television series on Cartoon Network. Littlefoot and Cera are also available. Launch date: June 2007 (Littlefoot and Cera); August 2007 (Chomper).