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Hot Toys x X-Men: First Class

hot toys X Men First Class

Hot Toys has announced that they've acquired the license to the upcoming superhero blockbuster X-Men: First Class.

Unveiling the beginning of the X-Men saga, revealing the secret history of famous global events, it focuses on the relationship between Professor X and Magneto and the origin of their groups, the X-Men and the Brotherhood of Mutants. This epic, action and character-driven movie shall be a must-watch this summer!

The movie will be launched this week, but we're actually looking forward to seeing the collectible figures more than the film.

REVIEW: Monster Vapor – Winston Plush

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Background

Bravery In A Bottle is a line of aromatherapy sprays with essential oils that are supposed to create an actual soothing effect. Developed by Nancy Zazzaro, the line of sprays is targeted towards helping children overcome their fears (vaporize monsters, squash storms, infuse courage, and stave off homesickness).

One of the more popular lines is named Monster Vapor. The little orange monster that's become the mascot for the spray is named Winston. And Winston has now been transformed into a pair of somewhat different plushies.

Winston will save the day - and night. He will be your child's guardian monster. No mean monsters will dare enter the room with Winston on duty.

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The Facts



Monster Vapor - Winston Plush
Manufacturer: Bravery In A Bottle
Artist: Nancy Zazzaro
Material: Plush (organic cotton and non-pilling felt)
Dimensions: LE Winston - 9.5" tall, Organic Cotton & Felt Winston - 7" tall
Designs: Limited Edition Winston and Organic Cotton & Felt Winston

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Tag

There's only a tag on the Limited Edition Winston, and since it's likely that you'll be cutting it off and giving the plush to your child...it's not a big deal.

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Our Opinion

It's fairly obvious that this line is targeted toward children. Although there might be a few adults out there who are still afraid of monsters. But you don't have to be a child to appreciate – or collect – plush. Correct?

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