Avenging Unicorn Play Set

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Sometimes, something needs not so much a unicorn chaser as it needs to be chased down and killed by a unicorn.

The $12 set comes with four interchangeable horns and three victims. There is video:

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10 Responses to Avenging Unicorn Play Set

  1. eustace says:

    This wouldn’t be Charlie, would it? But hey, with three of the included horns you can impale each of the figures, then build up some gory dribbles of epoxy w/red pigment. Interchangeable horror! If the senseless slaughter of a mime counts as horror…

  2. A New Challenger says:

    Help me, Jason!

    Or “I’ll call for help, Jason,” depending on which version you prefer.

  3. kaiza says:

    First thing that comes to mind is this.

    Second thing that comes to mind is the gay unicorn tattoo(s?). No, no picture you sick f***s.

  4. strider_mt2k says:

    YEAH!

    Show that mime the TRUE meaning of sadness!

  5. Kieran O'Neill says:

    Hehe. I’ll bet it was inspired by this.

  6. EricT says:

    Gee imagine what you could do with the Avenging unicorn play set and the Horrified B movie victems action figures.

  7. gabrielm says:

    Personally, I prefer the Avenging Narwhal set.

  8. Anonymous says:

    I’ll admit that the mime is a nice extra touch, but I still hope Perry Bible Fellowship somehow gets a cut.

  9. dculberson says:

    Wanted to make the PBF connection, was beaten to the punch.

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