You wouldn’t normally expect to find dolls with names like Santaria or El Luchador Muerto in your local toy store, but thanks to one New York toy company you can -- at least, for a little while.
The Living Dead Dolls have turned their attention to the holiday and given it their own darkly unique twist. Inspired by the colorful sugar skulls that are a focal point of the holiday, Mezco Toyz created five unique Day of the Dead-themed figures for its 20th series of Living Dead Dolls and a crimson and black variant series of the dolls that's limited to 300 sets.
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By: John Charles - Published: Sep 27, 2010 • References: mezcotoyz