We’ve got ’em all here. We have the complete set of 6: Django, Butch, Stephen, Candie, Schultz and the nearly impossible to find Broomhilda. Some of you may be aware that they only made 1000 of these before some thin skinned morons made the decision for all of us that they were offensive and got the Weinstein Company to discontinue manufacture of them (they only made 100 of the Broomhilda dolls, which makes them incredibly rare – some are going for thousands of dollars on Amazon.
If you remember how I reacted when episode 201 of South Park got banned, I don’t take kindly to censorship in any form. This time around, because of a different base of morons, my knee jerk reaction to this was to buy a bunch of these toys before they disappeared forever. Most people snatched them up off Ebay almost immediately. Then within a week, Ebay followed suit and also banned the toys (although you can find Nazi paraphernalia and equally offensive items on their site), making them even harder to acquire. If you happen to find any of these action figures on Ebay, snatch them up right away, because Ebay usually pulls the auction within 48 hours.
I’m not sure if I prefer to sell them individually or in a set. I have 1 Django, 1 Candie, 1 Stephen, 1 Schultz, 1 Butch and 1 Broomhilda. All mint, sealed in box, never been opened. I’m really torn between hanging onto some of these or selling them to a collector who might appreciate them even more than me. So, if you’re interested in purchasing any of these extremely rare collector’s items, check out our Pirrophernalia page.