Fizzgig Doll (1982)
A plush Fizzgig was in development by Hasbro but like their Dark Crystal toy figures, the doll was never released.
Labyrinth Dolls (1987)
Dakin released three different Labyrinth dolls. They are all quite rare and hard-to-find.
Here is the Sir Didymus plush. Although he is lacking Ambrosius or his staff, the doll does have a nice hat and eye patch.
Ludo is cute, soft, and huggable as always. He is a fun doll to play with and is sure to bring smiles to people's faces.
This is a Fiery doll from Labyrinth. What's great about this plush is that you can pull him apart like in the movie. His head, arms, and legs are attached with Velcro. The Fiery's "Chilly Down" sequence was one of Jim Henson's favorite scenes in the film.
Dark Crystal Dolls (2002)
If it looks like Gelfling and smells like Gelfling, then it might be one of two 12-inch dolls from Sideshow Toy.
These dolls will be the first Dark Crystal toys ever officially released. While action figures were planned back in 1982, the movie's lukewarm reception caused Hasbro to cancel production.
These beautifully crafted and costumed figures are fully poseable, and were released in a limited edition of 7500 sets. Accessories include the Crystal Shard, Jen's flute, and Fizzgig.
Each doll comes in a stylish and detailed collector's box. The dolls are truly beautiful, from the packaging to the outfits to the accessories. The only downside is the loss of articulation, as it limits the mobility of the dolls especially in the case of Kira.
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