Synonyms for plushes or Related words with plushes

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Examples of "plushes"
Several pieces of merchandising based on Goku have been released, including action figures, plushes, and keychains.
Plushes of Gaspard and Lisa were produced by Sun Arrow. The toys were approved by the characters' creators.
The costumes, Pooh plushes, the narrator's wicker chair and his book were displayed in the walk-in prop warehouse of the Studio Backlot Tour at Disney's Hollywood Studios in Lake Buena Vista, Florida until its closure in 2014.
Duffy is featured in the video game "Kinect Disneyland Adventures", where players can interact with him although he doesn't speak. He also has a mission where the player must find ten Duffy plushes scattered through the park.
In November 2015 Japan Crate added a second crate to share the love of kawaii culture known as Doki Doki Crate. It includes licensed merchandise including plushes, figures, collectibles and more.
The special contribution items for the campaign included digital and hard copy versions of the game and the game soundtrack, along with "exclusive sticker sheets and T-shirts, plush dolls of in-series plushes like Senator Lemonsnout and Pyralspite Plushie and primo appearances in the final product."
The fearless, ferocious yet frequently affectionate terrier was a perfect foil to Stein's phlegmatic demeanor, and added notes of humour (frequently unintentional) to the series. An example was his name. Chalky had his own line of merchandise, including plushes, teatowels, art prints, art paw prints and two speciality beers - "Chalky's Bite" and "Chalky's Bark", brewed by Sharp's Brewery.
Modern plush are commonly manufactured from synthetic fibres such as polyester. One of the largest uses of this fabric is in the production of stuffed toys, with small plush toys made from plush fabric, such as teddy bears, to the point these are often addressed as "plush toys" or "plushes". Plush is also one of the main materials for the construction of designer toys.
In Japan, Seiya is the least popular of the main characters in "Saint Seiya", ranking fifth in the Bronze Saints character poll. However, in the technique poll, his Pegasus Meteor Fist ranked first. Merchandise based on Seiya has also been released, including plushes and action figures with different cloths.
Singer Maaya Sakamoto wrote the anime's insert song "Spica" based on Sakura's character, describing how she moves forward across the series but still shows weakness at times. Various types of merchandising have also been made based on her appearance, such as plushes and keychains.
Hamleys' flagship store has seven floors covering , all devoted to playthings, with different categories of toy on each floor. The ground floor is traditionally for stuffed toys (including Steiff), and is decked out with a diverse array of stuffed animals, from regular teddy bears to more exotic plushes such as turtles and dolphins, and enormous life-sized giraffes and elephants.
In the UK, one of the more recognisable canine stars was restaurateur and chef Rick Stein's irrepressible terrier Chalky, who frequently upstaged his owner on his various cookery series. He was unique in having his own line of merchandise, including plushes, tea towels, art prints, art paw prints and two real ales – "Chalky's Bite" and "Chalky's Bark", which won gold in the Quality Drink Awards 2009. Chalky was given a BBC obituary when he died in 2007.
SOTA produced various-sized plush dolls of the Gordiant, the giant salamander boss at the end of Episode 1 of Capcom's game Lost Planet 2. Although never actually sold by SOTA, the plushes were given away by Capcom at the 2009 San Diego Comic-Con and through an online contest. Additionally, SOTA mass-produced a small, plastic Gordiant figure as an exclusive for box sets of the European version of the game.
Michelle Horn (born February 28, 1987) is an American actress known for her work in the TV shows "Strong Medicine" and "Family Law". Horn is also known for her voiceover work in "" as the young Kiara. Her voice can be heard in "Lion King"-related merchandise such as software, plushes, toys and video games. Horn also costarred with Bruce Willis in the 2005 feature "Hostage", and appeared on "Loving Annabelle" and as Eliza Pinchley on "Family Guy".
Kaoru has been popular with "Rurouni Kenshin" readers, placing fourth or fifth in every popularity poll. Watsuki described Tomo Sakurai's CD-drama voice as "not too airhead-y," "not too high" and "not too low." Kaoru merchandise includes plushes, keychains and sweatbands. Miki Fujitani (who voices the character) said in an interview that in the OVA series Kaoru is brave and very different from her original version whose characterization has been felt closer to the calm Yukishiro Tomoe.
A line of "Nintendogs" plush toys were released in Japan, featuring the most popular breeds in each game. They are also available at the Nintendo World Store. Various "Nintendogs" T-shirts were also made available at the Nintendo World Store. In Europe and Australia, a series of plush toys with an electronic sensor were released, and when the owner shook the bone, the dog would walk and bark. Nintendo has also released a set of plushes through Earthwood Toys.
New versions of the various cousins were produced (with Proud Heart being changed back into a cat, in a different color and the same symbol she had in the 1980s franchise). Two of the Cousins, Treat Heart Pig and Noble Heart Horse, were never produced as 13 inch plushes in the 2000s, and the Cousins were not relaunched in the 2007 relaunch of the franchise.
Near the release of the first game, Square released multiple types of merchandising featuring the cast of "Final Fantasy X" including plushes and action figures. A CD titled "Final Fantasy X Vocal Collection" contains monologues and character songs by the Japanese voice actors. Another CD is an extended play with themes by actors Masakazu Morita and Mayuko Aoki who do the characters of Tidus and Yuna, respectively. A three-CD album, "Final Fantasy X-2 Vocal Collection", was also released featuring tracks by the actors behind Yuna, Rikku and Paine. A new action figures for Tidus was also released in conmemoration of "Final Fantasy" 20th anniversary alongside other protagonists from the franchise.
Palisades Entertainment, LLC, better known as Palisades Toys, was an American manufacturing and distributing toy & collectibles company geared toward the adult collector market. Established in 1994, the company generally worked within the same vein as competitors such as McFarlane Toys and NECA, producing detailed action figures, statues, plushes, and other collectibles of licensed properties until its bankruptcy in 2006. Palisades also developed the brand Factory X which continues under Limited by CAS Inc. In its heyday, Palisades was widely regarded a favorite company of serious toy collectors for its outstanding dedication to quality and consumers as well as its genuine passion for collectibles.
In 2003 the Essen Game Fair in Germany, the author, who was there signing books for the game publisher (as illustrator of the German "Call of Cthulhu" RPG), witnessed the craziness about Cthulhu plushes, sold on different booths: many old players of the "Call of Cthulhu" role-playing games wanted to buy this icon of the Lovecraftian Mythos. On the train that took him back to Paris, he started drawing the first funny Cthulhoo and Nyarly draft, along with a few layout of strips. Characters were designed in a very cartoonish style, with simplified features and layout, that contrast strongly with the author's illustrations style, more realistic and classical.