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Sisterhood Tattoos – – Marked As Urgent

Sisterhood Tattoos Star tattoos are one of the hottest design motifs or themes within the world of tattoo. In fact star tattoos are sought after more then any other type of design. This is based on monthly keyword search volume on the internet so the statistics might be a tiny off but overall star tattoo designs are astonishingly popular. If you are looking for Sisterhood Tattoos Click that link
Please be forewarned because something is popular particularly a certain tattoo design does not always mean you need to run out and get one. Instead you should always get any permanent tattoo or piercing because you feel a deep connection and the tattoo or piercing holds some important meaning for you other then it was popular or I saw it on a famous celebrity. If you already feel a connection with the star as a tattoo symbol then by all possible means express your feelings and go for it.
So why are star tattoo designs so surprisingly popular? There are probably a wide variety of reasons and these are some of the things which clients have let us know.

Unisex design- star tattoos are really a unisex design. This indicates that any sort of star tattoo design be it a nautical star, or a stary night tattoo it truly isn’t important stars are such a universal theme that they will fit well for both sexes.
two. Bold and powerful – Star tattoo designs are often really bold and robust. The thick lines or solid shapes make a bold tattoo that actually stands out and can be seen from a distance.

3. For example a pink colored star works just as well as a deep blue or a red star tattoo. So you can utilize a meaningful color scheme that augments your general design.

Cheap Designs – another reason they’re so well-liked is star tattoos can frequently be designed either manually or maybe done free hand by the tattoo artist. They are simple to design, change and conform.

Variety of Sizes – Stars can be done in a wide selection of sizes and changed in numerous alternate ways to fit the space or location on the body where the individual wants the tattoo.
six. I have a blog about Sisterhood Tattoos you can see by clicking on that link.

there’s also an enormous variety of different star types to selected from. As an example there is the historic nautical star tattoo that was an important good luck symbol to sailors. There are shooting stars, and star and moon clusters just to cite a couple of the differentiations.
There are truly a large amount of different options with start between, size, color, location and kind of star the tattoo can have a completely different and original feeling.
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About the Author

I have a blog about tattoo designs that I think are cool, espically <a href=”http://www.tattoomenowsite.com”>Fair Moons And Star Tattoos</a> you can see by clicking on that link.<br /><br />I just recently launched the site and would love to hear some feedback on it.<br />

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Buck


Buck


$16.13


A coming-of-age story about navigating the wilds of urban America and the shrapnel of a self-destructing family, Buck shares the story of a generation through one original and riveting voice. MK Asante was born in Zimbabwe to American parents: his mother a dancer, his father a revered professor. But as a teenager, MK was alone on the streets of North Philadelphia, swept up in a world of drugs, sex, and violence. MK?s memoir is an unforgettable tale of how one precocious, confused kid educated himself through gangs, rap, mystic cults, ghetto philosophy, and, eventually, books. It is an inspiring tribute to the power of literature to heal and redeem us. Praise for Buck?A story of surviving and thriving with passion, compassion, wit, and style. Maya Angelou?In America, we have a tradition of black writers whose autobiographies and memoirs come to define an era. .Buck may be this generation?s story. NPR?The voice of a new generation. . You will love nearly everything about Buck. Essence?A virtuoso performance. [an] extraordinary page-turner of a memoir. written in a breathless, driving hip-hop prose style that gives it a tough, contemporary edge. The Philadelphia Inquirer?Frequently brilliant and always engaging. It takes great skill to render the wide variety of characters, male and female, young and old, that populate a memoir likeBuck. Asante [is] at his best when he sets out into the city of Philadelphia itself. In fact, that city is the true star of this book. Philly?s skateboarders, its street-corner philosophers and its tattoo artists are all brought vividly to life here. . Asante?s memoir will find an eager readership, especially among young people searching in books for the kind of understanding and meaning that eludes them in their real-life relationships. . A powerful and captivating book. Hec

Literature By Medium


Literature By Medium


$49.28


Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher’s book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Storytelling is the conveying of events in words, images and sounds often by improvisation or embellishment. Stories or narratives have been shared in every culture as a means of entertainment, education, cultural preservation and in order to instill moral values. Crucial elements of stories and storytelling include plot, characters and narrative point of view. The earliest forms of storytelling were thought to have been primarily oral combined with gestures and expressions. In addition to being part of religious ritual, Rudimentary drawings scratched onto the walls of caves may be forms of early storytelling for many of the ancient cultures. The Australian Aborginal people painted symbols from stories on cave walls as a means of helping the storyteller remember the story. The story was then told using a combination of oral narrative, music, rock art and dance. Ephemeral media such as sand, leaves and the carved trunks of living trees have also been used to record stories in pictures or with writing. With the advent of writing, the use of actual digit symbols to represent language, and the use of stable, portable media stories were recorded, transcribed and shared over wide regions of the world. Stories have been carved, scratched, painted, printed or inked onto wood or bamboo, ivory and other bones, pottery, clay tablets, stone, palm-leaf books, skins (parchment), bark cloth, paper, silk, canvas and other textiles, recorded on film and stored electronically in digital form. Complex forms of tattooing may also represent stories, with information about genealogy, affiliation and social status. Traditionally, oral stories were committed to memory and then passed from generation to generation. However, in the most recent past, written and televis. More:

Mingo's Cave


Mingo’s Cave


$12


Mingo’s Cave is about adventure in the Caribbean. In it, the reader gets to meet quirky island characters, search for pirate treasure, learn about the destruction of a pristine island and seek revenge for a senseless murder. Come along and swim in the crystal clear waters and feel the warmth of the tropical sun. Meet Riley Ferguson, a physically strong, beautiful young woman who fled a frigid family and found Caribbean paradise. Riley is a hammock weaver at Camp Arawak and loves the communal life style. She becomes friends with Mingo Tamaryn who grew up on the island of St. John. Mingo is the island savant. He cannot tie his shoes but can tell you the name and use of every plant and animal on the island. He is a gentle soul with a perpetual smile. He tells Riley fantastic stories of pirate gold that he says he found as a boy. No one else believes his stories. Are they real?Leslie Anne Murray is Riley’s good friend. She is a heavily tattooed, quirky Boston ex-pat with spiked hair, tall lean good looks and world wide scuba diving experience. She works as a bartender at Sammy’s, the local watering hole and moonlights as a dive instructor. Tim and Jack Basnight come down to St. John from their home on the Outer Banks of North Carolina looking for fun and adventure. Tim is an ex Navy Seal and Jack is an English major turned carpenter. They also get jobs at Camp Arawak. Riley, Leslie Anne, Tim and Jack become friends and lovers in the sexy Caribbean vibe of Love City, the local name for the small town of Cruz Bay on St. John. They share laughs and adventures aboard the Marion II a 55 foot dive boat. The beauty of the cobalt water and verdant jungle mask an ugly reality. The ground under idyllic Arawak Camps is worth millions. Slimy land pirates, Captain Jacque and Big Tom plan to cash in and ruin a peaceful way of life The bulldozers are rumbling and murder cracks the island serenity. Who did

Crazy Love: A Novel


Crazy Love: A Novel


$10.99


David Martin has proved to be an unusually versatile writer, both of acclaimed thrillers like Lie to Me and of love stories like The Crying Heart Tattoo. Now, in Crazy Love, Martin has created remarkable characters and his richest story yet: a chronicle of passion and heartbreak. Joseph Long, known locally as Bear, is a farmer ridiculed by neighbors for his strangeness. Lonely nearly to the point of madness and so desperate for human touch, he leans against the hands of the barber giving him a haircut. Katherine Renault is a successful career woman, wondering why, if she has the perfect job and the perfect fianc&eacute;, does she feel so hollow inside – even before the illness, the disfiguring surgery. They should have nothing in common – though he has a magical touch with animals, he considers them property, while she can’t tolerate their mistreatment. She’s a sophisticated city dweller who can’t abide violence, and he’s never traveled beyond the local town and has blood on his hands. But love is crazy, and soon they are rescuing the injured of the world just as they rescue each other. Enduring violence and loss, they live in a domestic bliss wide and deep enough to dilute most of life’s dramas, until fate tests them again. Funny, erotic, emotionally powerful, yet surprisingly unsentimental about our relationships with each other and with animals in our care, Crazy Love will heal broken hearts.

Oxford Dictionary of Humorous Quotations


Oxford Dictionary of Humorous Quotations


$47.11


Writer, broadcaster, and wit Gyles Brandreth has completely revised Ned Sherrin’s classic collection of wisecracks, one-liners, and anecdotes. With over 1,000 new quotations throughout the media, it’s easy to find hilarious quotes on subjects ranging from Argument to Diets, from Computers to the Weather. Add sparkle to your speeches and presentations, or just enjoy a good laugh in the company of Oscar Wilde, Mark Twain, Joan Rivers, Kathy Lette, Frankie Boyle, and friends. ‘Now we have the World Wide Web (the only thing I know of whose shortened form-www-takes three times longer to say than what it’s short for)’ Douglas Adams ‘Not only is there no God, but try getting a plumber on weekends’ Woody Allen ‘Never go to bed mad. Stay up and fight’ Phyllis Diller ‘Having a baby is like getting a tattoo on your face. You really need to be certain it’s what you want before you commit’ Elizabeth Gilbert ‘The trouble with having an open mind, of course, is that people will insist on coming along and trying to put things in it’ Terry Pratchett ‘Retreat, hell! We’re only attacking in another direction’ American General Oliver P. Smith

Oxford Dictionary of Humorous Quotations


Oxford Dictionary of Humorous Quotations


$18.96


Writer, broadcaster, and wit Gyles Brandreth has completely revised Ned Sherrin’s classic collection of wisecracks, one-liners, and anecdotes. With over 1,000 new quotations from all media, it’s easy to find hilarious quotes on subjects ranging from Argument to Diets, from Computers to The Weather. Add sparkle to your speeches and presentations, or just enjoy a good laugh in company with Oscar Wilde, Mark Twain, Joan Rivers, Kathy Lette, Frankie Boyle, and friends.”Now we have the World Wide Web (the only thing I know of whose shortened form-www-takes three times longer to say than what it’s short for)” -Douglas Adams”Not only is there no God, but try getting a plumber on weekends” -Woody Allen “Never go to bed mad. Stay up and fight” -Phyllis Diller “Having a baby is like getting a tattoo on your face. You really need to be certain it’s what you want before you commit” -Elizabeth Gilbert”The trouble with having an open mind, of course, is that people will insist on coming along and trying to put things in it” -Terry Pratchett”Retreat, hell! We’re only attacking in another direction” -American general Oliver P. Smith

Saffron And Brimstone


Saffron And Brimstone


$52.8


Widely praised and widely read, Elizabeth Hand is regarded as one of America’s leading literary fantasists. This new collection (an expansion of the limited-release Bibliomancy, which won the World Fantasy Award in 2005) showcases a wildly inventive author at the height of her powers. Included in this collection are The Least Trumps, in which a lonely women reaches out to the world through symbols, tattooing, and the Tarot, and Pavane for a Prince of the Air, where neo-pagan rituals bring a recently departed soul to something very different than eternal rest. Written in the author’s characteristic poetic prose and rich with the details of traumatic lives that are luminously transformed, Saffron and Brimstone is a worthy addition to an outstanding career.

Collector of Secrets


Collector of Secrets


$17.47


American Twenty-something Max Travers, an English teacher in Japan with a beautiful girlfriend, wants out. His manipulative boss, Yoko, is trying to swindle the unsuspecting parents of his students and is using his golden boy American face to do it. Desperate to get his passport out of Yoko’s locked cabinet, he sneaks into her office in the middle of the night only to surprise the Japanese mafia’s burglary-in-progress. Taking whatever he can in the short amount of time he has, Max barely escapes with his life. However Max soon finds himself on the run from everyone from tattooed Yakuza to the Japanese police and a mysterious American named Lloyd Elgin who seems to have ties in the highest places. All are after the book Max grabbed instead of the passport that could take him home, a strange diary bound in leather and closed with a strange seal embossed with ornate chrysanthemum petals. Little does Max know that Yoko’s father has been safeguarding the diary for more than half a century, and its secrets could topple some of Japan’s most powerful people and rewrite the history of Japan’s royal family. With both his and his girlfriend’s life in the balance, Max must decipher the secrets of the diary and put an end to the chase before his newest, gravest troubles catch up to him and stop his running for good. Collector of Secrets marries the historical intrigue, deep research, and wide commercial appeal of the best of Dan Brown or Michael Gruber to the techno-savvy, judo-kicking, stranger-in-a-strange-land atmosphere of Barry Eisler’s internationally bestselling John Rain series. Richard Goodfellow has used real-life conspiracy theories from the Far East in the creation of a nonstop ride that covers everything from World War II to Watergate. This is his first novel.

Snake


Snake


$15.96


A snake smells with its tongue, hears with its flesh, and breathes under the sand with one lung; it can copulate for days with one snake or with fifty at once; it has infrared radar; and it can induce spontaneous bleeding if threatened. With all these qualities, it is easy to see how snakes have such varied associations in cultures around the world: while celebrated in tattoos and tales, and for medicinal benefits, snakes are also so universally feared that they constantly endure intense persecution and rarely enjoy protected rights. Drake Stutesman explores here in Snake the fascinating natural history of the maligned serpentine. Stutesman examines a wide range of sources to investigate the complex and widespread symbolism the snake has inspired, including the serpent’s temptation of Eve in the Bible, Kaa in The Jungle Book, the Chinese zodiac, Indian snake charmers, and the Hollywood film Anaconda. She looks at the role snakes have played in human culture and science, from snake cuisine and the use of venom in medicine to the intriguing history of snake symbolism in art, architecture, cinema, and even clothing. Richly illustrated and written in an engaging style, Snake is an invaluable resource for snake enthusiasts and scholars, as well as for all who love, admire, or fear this fascinating and enduring animal.

Saffron and Brimstone: Strange Stories


Saffron and Brimstone: Strange Stories


$7.99


Widely praised and widely read, Elizabeth Hand is regarded as one of America’s leading literary fantasists. This new collection (an expansion of the limited-release Bibliomancy, which won the World Fantasy Award in 2005) showcases a wildly inventive author at the height of her powers. Included in this collection are “The Least Trumps,” in which a lonely women reaches out to the world through symbols, tattooing, and the Tarot, and “Pavane for a Prince of the Air,” where neo-pagan rituals bring a recently departed soul to something very different than eternal rest. Written in the author’s characteristic poetic prose and rich with the details of traumatic lives that are luminously transformed, Saffron and Brimstone is a worthy addition to an outstanding career* Elizabeth Hand’s work has been selected as a Washington Post Notable Book and a New York Times Notable Book, and she has been awarded a Nebula Award and two World Fantasy Awards.

Saffron and Brimstone: Strange Stories


Saffron and Brimstone: Strange Stories


$1.99


Widely praised and widely read, Elizabeth Hand is regarded as one of America’s leading literary fantasists. This new collection (an expansion of the limited-release Bibliomancy, which won the World Fantasy Award in 2005) showcases a wildly inventive author at the height of her powers. Included in this collection are “The Least Trumps,” in which a lonely women reaches out to the world through symbols, tattooing, and the Tarot, and “Pavane for a Prince of the Air,” where neo-pagan rituals bring a recently departed soul to something very different than eternal rest. Written in the author’s characteristic poetic prose and rich with the details of traumatic lives that are luminously transformed, Saffron and Brimstone is a worthy addition to an outstanding career* Elizabeth Hand’s work has been selected as a Washington Post Notable Book and a New York Times Notable Book, and she has been awarded a Nebula Award and two World Fantasy Awards.

Global Style Jewelry


Global Style Jewelry


$19.64


Around the World in 25 Designs! Travel-loving jewelry designer Anne Potter takes you on a world tour of some of the most interesting and inspiring places in Europe, Latin America, Africa, and Asia. Follow along with her as she explores the people, art, architecture, and culture of each region and the aspects that inspire her jewelry designs. Without ever leaving the comfort of your own home you can: Craft a colorful tile bracelet that mimics the trencad?s mosaics of Gaud?Hand dye beads to create a stunning neckpiece inspired by ancient Incan knotted quipus. Weave simple yet striking beaded earrings inspired by the motifs of Persian kilim carpets. Upcycle colorful tin to create a gorgeous necklace that calls to mind the work of Senegalese metal sculptors. Join antique brass filigree pieces into a unique hand bracelet that evokes the patterns of traditional Indian henna tattoos. Detailed instructions and step-by-step photos demonstrate a wide range of jewelry-making techniques, including stringing, beadweaving, wirework, macram? metal stamping, and chain maille. Whether you’re an armchair traveler or a dedicated globe trekker, Global Style Jewelry will be your trusty guide to many dynamic and diverse places and projects.

Master 31 Coronado Salon Portable Spa Massage Table Package


Master 31 Coronado Salon Portable Spa Massage Table Package


$564.99


The Coronado Salon package is a day spa in a box. This 31 inch wide table is fully geared with an 11-position elevating back rest, the plush neck-pillow, ergonomically designed armrests, and a Memory Foam layered face pillow, providing the maximum comfort for your massage, facial, manicure, waxing, or even tattoo work. There are many things that make the Coronado Salon a great salon table: the sturdy construction, the generous 31 inch size, true to measure 3 inch multi-layer foam system, northern hardwood legs with numbered holes for easy adjustment, non-skid, non-marking foot pads and the ultra abrasion-proof upholstery, all carefully handcrafted with uncommon precision. The package also includes a the world’s best professional 4-pocket carrying case. Refined to perfection, the famous Master Massage Coronado Series has been a best seller since 1999. The Coronado Massage Tables are well known in the industry for their pleasing comfort, strength, durability and real value at the highest level. The Coronado Salon package is your safest investment.

RockTape 2 Pattern Active Recovery Kinesiology Tape - Tattoo


RockTape 2 Pattern Active Recovery Kinesiology Tape – Tattoo


$18


RockTape is a premium brand of kinesiology tape. It can be used to treat sports and non-sports related injuries, including shin splints, plantar fasciitis, runner?s kneeand back pain. RockTape can also help delay fatigue, which results in improved sport performance.

Philip Sparrow Tells All


Philip Sparrow Tells All


$16.77


Essays by Sam Steward, originally published under the name Philip Sparrow, and now edited for republication by Jeremy Mulderig. Samuel Steward?s life spanned most of the 20th century (1909-1993). He was an English professor (at DePaul University), a tattoo artist (the Hell?s Angels were a prime client), and writer of erotic fiction whose place in gay history has been established by Justin Spring?s award-winning biography, Secret History (FSG, 2010). Muldergi?s edition of Steward?s essays now gives us Steward in his own words in a way that Spring?s biography could only gesture at. We have here a singular collection of witty, charming, and erudite essays in the tradition of Montaigne and Bacon, examining the world at large and Steward?s and the reader?s place in it that bring the persona Philip Sparrow to life while reflecting Steward?s own expansive knowledge of literature, history, music, art, philosophy, and contemporary events (not to mention Chicago people and places). Mulderig supplies consistently smart and informative headnotes to each of the 30 essays that speak to general readers on a wide range of topics?including cryptography, espionage, psychiatry, opera, pet cemeteries, bodybuilding, keepsakes, medieval recipes, Gertrude Stein, Chicago, Paris, and the Women?s Christian Temperance Union. That they were originally published in the Illinois Dental Journal (from 1944 to 1949) is notable in itself, for the obscurity of the source as well as the novelty of a venue that would compel its author to create a persona. Under the guise of? Philip Sparrow? he could say things the he might otherwise have written under his own name. Steward later published material in a Swiss gay magazine and erotica for Danish gay magazines and, in the 1980s, for The Advocate. The collection is a significant life document and will appeal to general readers and students across a spectrum of GLBT studies, Chicago literature, American Studies, and go directly to passionate fans of

Dragon and Liberator: The Sixth Dragonback Adventure


Dragon and Liberator: The Sixth Dragonback Adventure


$7.99


In this exciting space adventure, fourteen-year-old Jack Morgan and Draycos, a poet/warrior K’da dragon who can hide himself as a tattoo on Jack’s back, have their backs to the wall. Brought together by a twist of fate, these two have been through a lot of scrapes, risking death and imprisonment on worlds far and wide, seeking justice for Jack and information that might save Draycos’s people from a genocidal ambush. But now, Neverlin, the man who killed Jack’s parents and destroyed the scout fleet of which Draycos was the sole survivor, is about to ambush millions of K’da refugees, and kill them with a Death weapon that kills any living being within its range. To prevent Neverlin from eradicating the K’da race, Jack and Draycos must somehow disable the Death. But for Jack and Draycos, things never seem to go the way they should. When Jack’s friend Alison is captured, Jack gives himself up to keep her from being harmed. Neverlin, with Jack and Draycos as his prisoners, holds all the cards. But desperate times call for desperate measures, as time is running out, not just for our young heroes, but also for the millions of K’da who face annihilation, and resourceful Jack and his remarkable ally will fine a way. or die trying. A powerful, thrilling conclusion to this terrific Young Adult six-book series. Fun for readers 10 and older.

Swashbuckling POPEYE'S SILK Neck Tie Men's NeckTie NEW


Swashbuckling POPEYE’S SILK Neck Tie Men’s NeckTie NEW


$12.95


BRAND NEW 100% SILK Swashbuckling Popeye The Sailor’s MADE IN THE USA Silk Neck Tie For Sale This listing is for a Popeye 100% SILK NeckTie. This is a Pop Eye Trademark Ralph Marlin RM Style 100% Silk Tie. Popeye is seen fighting with Bluto with a sword with a black background for the tie. Popeye is a middle-aged independent Sailor with a unique way of speaking, maybe missing one eye, muscular forearms with two (sometimes one) anchor tattoos, thinning red hair, and an ever-present corncob pipe (which he toots like a steamship’s whistle at times). Despite some mistaken characterizations over the years, Popeye is generally depicted as having only one blue eye, his left. In at least one Fleischer cartoon, Bluto refers to Popeye as a one-eyed runt. It has never been revealed specifically how Popeye lost his right eye, although he claims it was in the mos’ arful battle of his life. Later versions of the character had both eyes, with one of them merely being squinty, or squinky as he put it. According to the official site, Popeye is 34-years-old and was born in a typhoon off Santa Monica, California. Popeye’s strange, comic and often supernatural adventures take him all over the world, and place him in conflict with enemies such as the Sea Hag and Bluto. His main base of operations is the fictional town of Sweet Haven. Popeye’s father is the degenerate Poopdeck Pappy, who does not share his son’s moral righteousness and is represented as having abandoned Popeye in some sources. Popeye’s sweetheart (and in some sources, wife) for over 77 years has been Olive Oyl, although the two characters often bickered, especially at the beginning of Popeye’s appearances. Popeye is the adoptive father of Swee’Pea, an infant foundling left on his doorstep. (Sweet Pea is a term of affection used by Popeye; in the cartoon We Aim to Please, he addressed Olive Oyl as Sweet Pea at one point.) This is a standard length men’s neck tie which is 56 inches long and 4 inches wide at the bot

Henna Sourcebook: Over 1,000 traditional designs and modern interpretations for body decorating (PagePerfect NOOK Book)


Henna Sourcebook: Over 1,000 traditional designs and modern interpretations for body decorating (PagePerfect NOOK Book)


$24.99


Mary Packard, Eleanor Kwei, NOOK Book (eBook), English-language edition, Pub by Race Point Publishing

WWE Superstar Scale Action Figure - Honky Tonk Man


WWE Superstar Scale Action Figure – Honky Tonk Man


$9.99


Bring home the action of the WWE! Recreate your favorite matches with an approximately 6-inch figure in Superstar scale. Pose him in a menacing stance, pair him with another figure to battle or create total mayhem by adding multiple figures (each sold separately). Features articulation, amazing accuracy and authentic Superstar details. Let the WWE mayhem begin! Colors and decorations may vary. The WWE Superstar Scale Action Figure – Honky Tonk Man Features: Kids can recreate their favorite matches with this approximately 6-inch figure created in Superstar scale Pose to spar, menace, pair to battle or create mayhem with multiple figures Offers articulation, amazing accuracy and authentic details like armbands and tattoos. A wide variety of Superstars means loads of possibilities for WWE mayhem! Also makes a compelling gift for collectors and fans of all ages Capture all the Action and Excitement of WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment Wrestling) figures! We have a great selection of all your WWE needs from Action Figures, Building Sets and Blocks, Play Sets, Video Games, Movies and more right here at Toys R Us!

WWE Superstar Scale 6 inch Basic Action Figures - Roman Reigns


WWE Superstar Scale 6 inch Basic Action Figures – Roman Reigns


$8.99


Bring home the action of the WWE! Recreate your favorite matches with an approximately 6-inch figure in Superstar scale. Pose him in a menacing stance, pair him with another figure to battle or create total mayhem by adding multiple figures (each sold separately). Features articulation, amazing accuracy and authentic Superstar details. Let the WWE mayhem begin! The WWE Superstar Scale 6 inch Basic Action Figures – Roman Reigns Features: Kids can recreate their favorite matches with this approximately 6-inch figure created in Superstar scale Pose to spar, menace, pair to battle or create mayhem with multiple figures (each sold separately) Offers articulation, amazing accuracy and authentic details like armbands and tattoos A wide variety of Superstars means loads of possibilities for WWE mayhem! Perfect gift for any WWE fan Capture all the Action and Excitement of WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment Wrestling) figures! We have a great selection of all your WWE needs from Action Figures, Building Sets and Blocks, Play Sets, Video Games, Movies and more right here at Toys R Us!

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