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Kids' Superhero Raincoats
$49.99 $29.99
Kids' Superhero Raincoats
Evil doesn't wait for sunny days. It strikes from the shadows and scuttles away on rain-slicked streets. That's why it's important for every superhero to have an all-weather costume like our latest Superhero Raincoats. Superhero raincoats are made from all natural rubber and waterproof polyurethane on the outside with a soft, 100% cotton lining. In addition, a detachable cape make it easy to clean off the grime from a hard afternoon of crime fighting and puddle splashing. Product Specifications For Ages 2 and Up Batman and Spider Web Superhero Raincoats Bonus! Glow in the Dark Logos Detachable Capes for easy washing Raincoat Material: Shell Fabric=100% Polyurethane and Deluxe Lining Fabric=65% Polyester, 35% Cotton
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Glow in the Dark Constellation Creations
$6.99
Glow in the Dark Constellation Creations
Whether you believe the stars are symbols of the gods, your ancestors looking down on you, or balls of gas billions of miles away, you can admit that there's something awe-inspiring about a cloudless, starry night. While forming a star takes the universe billions of years, you can create whole constellations on your ceiling or wall in just minutes with this kit. Simply tape up the constellation template, press a self-adhesive star through each hole, and remove the template. BAM, constellation. The stars charge by day via sunlight or your lightbulbs and when the lights go out, they'll glow until you fall asleep. Which begs the question, if you never fall asleep, will they glow forever? There's only one way to find out, kids! Product Specifications For Ages 5 Years and Up Create glowy constellations in just minutes 150 self-adhesive glow-in-the-dark stars 10 constellation templates with fun star facts Stars charge up by day and glow when its dark Just like real stars, they shine brightest when its fully dark Instructions and glossary of star terms included
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Portal 2 Companion Cube Tin Lunch Box
$14.99
Portal 2 Companion Cube Tin Lunch Box
It happens often: you're running around with your portal gun, holding onto the companion cube for dear life while hundreds of rounds of bullets bounce off your friend as he protects you. You see your destination and realize there's a half dozen turrets pointed in that direction. You sprint forward and accidentally throw your companion cube, or drop it. GAME OVER. But the beauty of having the companion cube is that it's tough, it's durable and it's always there with you, even after a test gone horribly wrong. You're running to class, work, or some place where you have to bring your own lunch. There are no turrets, no incinerators, and no giant pits, but there are other people, the sidewalk, and cars. Someone bumps into you and you slip, launching your precious Portal 2 Companion Cube Tin Lunch Box skyward. Don't fret, it's made of durable tin and as it meets the concrete, it may get a bit scratched up, but its contents are safe and sound and ready to be picked back up and loved, at least until you gnash them with your teeth. Product Specifications: Bulletproof lunchbox! But not really. It's just super durable. Durable, sturdy tin structure with plastic handle Super adorable... a-DURABLE. (Ha ha, we slay ourselves.) Dimensions: 8" x 8" x 8"
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Gummy Bear Light
$27.99 $20.99
Gummy Bear Light
"We love gummy bears for their deliciousness, but did you know these fun facts about our favorite chewy treat? Gummy bears originated in Germany, where they're known as Gummibärchen, which means ""rubber bear."" Haribo, the original gummy bear company, started in 1920. We wonder if speakeasies in the US soaked gummy bears in vodka... Many brands of gummy bears aren't vegetarian or kosher because they contain porcine gelatin. (We wonder where the bacon-flavored gummy bears are?) There was a fear that gummy bears made with bovine gelatin could transmit Mad Cow Disease to humans. After much testing, it was determined to be a ""minuscule"" risk. This particular gummy bear is not to be eaten. Really, he's made of plastic and he doesn't taste very good. He's an accessory that makes an adorable nightlight for a wee geek's room or quirky ambient lighting on the desk of a grown-up geek with a sweet tooth. Just squeeze his rubbery belly and the built-in LED will glow. Bullet Headline For Ages 3 and Up Red gummy bear makes a fun nightlight for your wee geek Adult geeks with a sweet tooth love them, too No matter how tasty it looks, do not eat it Squeeze the bear's belly to turn the light on or off Timer switch on the base provides a 1 hour automatic switch-off Batteries: 2 AA for portable use (not included) or plug in via a DC to USB cord (included). USB cord does not charge the battery. Dimensions: 3"" wide x 3"" deep x 7"" tall"
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Superhero Bodysuits - The Flash, Red, 6 Mo
$19.99
Superhero Bodysuits - The Flash, Red, 6 Mo
Sure, your kids are super, but are they Super? In case you need help (which we know you don't... this is here for the OTHER people), we've put together a little guide of characteristics which might be indicative of which superhero your little one is leaning toward: Batman: Plays with your cell phone, the remote, any gadget. Highly active at night. The Flash: Takes off as soon as he or she hits the floor, crawling with incredible speed. Green Lantern: Throws a lot of temper tantrums...
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