Now, there has been some different views on this forum as to whether or not an Indiana Jones toy line should include a figure of Adolf Hitler. Some people feel that he should be a mail-away exclusive, and many people do not want to see a toy of him at all. There was also a recent debate on About.com Action Figures as to wheather McFarlene Toys' Sin City figure "Death Row Marv" (a figure strapped to an electric chair which lights up and makes a buzzing sound) after the general public decided that it was too gruesome for children and somebody used it as a George W. Bush parody. There have also been polls for toys of adult movie stars to be released that would only be available in adult bookstores.
What am I trying to get at? What I am trying to say is that toys are no longer just for kids. The toy buying community and the general public has to accept that. There are some lines that are mostly for kids, such as Pokemon, Digimon, X-Men Evolution and Star Wars, and there are lines that are targeted mostly as adults and collectors, such as most McFarlene products, The Matrix, the new collector Military figures, and Star Wars. I am not supporting the idea of any of the three above mentioned toys, all I am saying is that there aren't any strange weirdos who get their kicks from buying children's playthings anymore, there are toys that are just not for kids and people have to accept that.