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Attack of the Poorly Made Clones

A business named Wholesale Clearance UK unearthed a shipment of bootleg figures from the movie The Phantom Menace. It’s no wonder that these toys were shipped off in a clearance lot. They were labeled, and possibly even designed and manufactured, by someone who hadn’t seen the movie, or might not speak English. Probably both. How else would you explain Mace Window, Toby-One, Fly-Gone-Gin, What, and Conehead? The only one of the set that was accurate in both name and appearance is Jar Jar Binks.

They are supposed to talk. Whether they still do after, what, twenty years, is a mystery. Whoever buys these will want to keep the packages intact, but you'd have to resist the urge to find out what they say. See them all at the business’s blog. -via Geeks Are Sexy

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