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World of Springfield was the name given to the toy line for The Simpsons that was released by Playmate Toys from 1999 to 2004. The range encompassed over 200 standard figures, 40 interactive environments/dioramas, and three non-interactive playsets. Due to the volume contained within the product itself, sets like the Collector's Set and interactive environments are naturally worth more than a standalone figure. Make these sets exclusive to certain sources, and their value gets a hefty shot in the arm. It's ironic that for all the fighting and biting that Itchy and Scratchy do, it's actually Poochie who was the chief skater of the three animals. Excusing the extremely nerd-centric Simpsons humor, this four-wheeled Tony Hawk transporter comes from Penny Skateboards, the Australian-founded skateboarding company. This figure depicts Homer with his cursed, doughnut-shaped head from the Treehouse of Horror mini-story "The Devil and Homer Simpson."

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Mr. Sparkle's speech bubble in the box is supposed to read like "power clean!" (パワークリーン! pawā kurīn!); however, due to a typo, the handakuten on パ is absent, turning the phrase into ハワークリーン! ( hawā kurīn!). It translates to 'Hower Clean' This figure can actually be acquired through alternative means: it was actually part of the Treehouse of Horror 3 Set that came with other characters from that episode like Witch Marge in an interactive environment, in this case, the "Ironic Punishment Division.". Similar to the 25 Piece Collector's Set, these floppy figures were released to celebrate The Simpsons reaching 25 wonderful years of comedy goodness.Like fellow ToH alumni Donut Head Homer, this figure was also part of a Toys 'R' Us exclusive, namely the Treehouse of Horror 4 Set that included Xena actress Lucy Lawless, Stretch Dude, and Clobber Girl, all set within the Underground Lair environment. Each line of the figures is themed (as most are sets are), with Power Plant employees, a zombie Simpsons family and an elementary school set (complete with snake-ingested-Milhouse). Made by The Footprints Company, this model of Homer carrying Marge in his arms is taken from the ending scene of the series one episode "Life in the Fast Lane" (which is a parody of a scene from An Officer and a Gentleman in itself). Our product is a niche within a niche” – Better Nature CEO Christopher Kong makes the case for tempeh The flavor of Bart Simpson Cereal has been described as being similar to Peanut Butter Cap'n Crunch or Reeses Puffs - but not quite as good.

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The board reflects Springfield and its colorful hot-spots, from the robotic deathtrap of Itchy and Scratchy Land to the 8-bit chimes of Noiseland Video Arcade. There's also Lyle Lanley's Monorail stations replacing the standard train stations (including North Haverbrook!) Superintendant Chalmers • Seymour Skinner • Edna Krabappel • Elizabeth Hoover • Groundskeeper Willie • Otto Mann • Lunchlady Doris • Dewey Largo • Dr. J. Loren Pyror • Milhouse Van Houten • Ralph Wiggum • Nelson Muntz • Martin Prince • Rod Flanders • Todd Flanders • Sherri and Terri • Wendell Borton • Database • Jimbo Jones • Kearney Zzyzwicz • Dolph Starbeam • Üter Zörker • Janey Powell • Lewis • Richard • Bashir bin Laden While a lot of Simpsons merchandise can be put into the category of a simple re-skin of an existing product, Simpsons Monopoly has some nice little touches to it that make it more than just the age-old board game with the Simpsons name slapped on it. Cereal Killer", a 2013 episode of the television series The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange; see List of The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange episodes

The Simpsons is one of the most recognized brands in the world. The TV show has been running for over thirty years, and episodes are still being churned out today. Combine the unique media longevity, immense popularity, and appeal to pretty much every single demographic out there, and the merchandise range on a brand with a global scope like The Simpsons is astronomical. It's up there with the likes of Star Wars, Harry Potter, and Pokémon with a fan-base age ranging from 8 to 80.

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Although one wouldn't immediately think of The Simpsons collectibles when considering action figures and kids' toys, there are a surprising amount of them floating around. Unfortunately, a lot of them are rare and can cost quite a pretty penny. Here's a look at some of the rare Simpsons toys available and how much they normally sell for. Kellogg’s using The Simpsons reflects the fact that the show is seen as a long-term licensing proposition. The Simpsons, in its 13-year history, continues to appeal to kids as much as it does to their parents. Channel 4 viewers recently voted The Simpsons the number one kids’ programme of all-time. Mr. Sparkle (ミスタースパーコル Misutā Supākoru) is a Japanese brand of dishwashing detergent whose mascot bears an unusually strong resemblance to Homer Simpson. To elaborate on the slightly odd name, C.C. Lemon is a soft drink sold in Japan, and from 2000 to 2002, The Simpsons was used to promote the beverage with a handful of animated shorts that centered around the zesty lemon liquid. It's reported that there were only 1000 of these lunchboxes ever produced.


He told them that for the past 50 years he had sprinkled a little gunpowder on his cereal each morning.

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Guy Longworth, Kellogg’s UK/ROI Marketing Director, says: “Bart Simpson is a 21st Century icon and has millions of admirers in the UK and due to popular demand Kellogg’s has brought him to the breakfast table.” The homer cola is pretty Meh (just tastes like cheap coke), but i rather enjoy the Lisa lemon lime (it tastes like a mix between sprite and Mountain dew) Mr. Sparkle is a Japanese parody of Mr. Clean in the Simpsons universe. Expect Mr. Sparkle is more for dishwashing, while Mr. Clean is for all-purpose cleaners. It's made by Cott beverages, who make pretty much all generic soda in Canada. So I knew the cola wouldn't be good, the root beer wouldn't be A&W good, and lemon-lime, meh. So I tried the orange cream soda. Surprisingly tasty. Santa's Little Helper • Snowball II • Abraham Simpson • Patty Bouvier • Selma Bouvier • Mona Simpson • Jacqueline Bouvier • Ling Bouvier • Herb PowellShe says, “Well there’s a picture of a tiger on the box, but looking at all these pieces, I don’t see how in the world this is going to ever make picture of a tiger.” Meant to be an interactive humanoid companion, this strange toy Homer can be commanded and controlled to perform moving actions and respond verbally so people can have "conversations" with it. While the paint job of the car isn't quite the shade of pink Homer's automobile is known for, the toy features the whole Simpson family, and pressing the hood of the car activates dialogue scenes from the show that take place in the car.

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