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Top YouTubers immortalised in Minecraft action figure form

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Several YouTube stars have been given their own range of action figures. Yes, you read that correctly.

A host of top Minecraft streamers can now be purchased in stumpy, plastic form, courtesy of Toys R Us.

The new range is called ‘Tube Heroes’, and is set to officially launch in stores on May 22.

Considering how popular both Minecraft and YouTube are with the younger generations, it’s a surprisingly sensible business ploy.

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Right, so which YouTubers can you buy? There are four available, namely Sparklez, AntVenom, ExplodingTNT, and AshleyMarieeGaming – you know, those household names.

While you may not have heard of these net-famous individuals, they’ve all got impressive subscriber bases thanks to Minecraft.

This isn’t the first time Minecraft figures have been sold in toy stores, mind. But we’ve never seen YouTubers converted into action figure form before.

Check out the video below to see the new toys (skip to 2:41):

Hamish Campbell

May 21, 2015, 11:47 am

Those aren't any of the YouTubers my kids talk about, I got all excited there for a minute....

nmunky

May 21, 2015, 12:08 pm

At least it's not Stampy-bloody-longnose, it was his unbearable voice that finally convinced me I no longer have any interest in what 'the kids' are into nowadays.

Thanks for turning me into my dad longnose.

:(

Hamish Campbell

May 21, 2015, 12:16 pm

Stampy, JackSepticEye and PewDiePie. If they made those three then then christmas shopping will be a breeze this year.

I believe all Youtube is currently banned by my wife currently, as she cannot take their idiotic voices/comments.

Laura

June 10, 2015, 12:27 pm

They're still funny though Hamish, and family friendly. Your kids don't talk about them because they've never heard of them. I highly recommend you check them out.

Leila

July 4, 2015, 9:26 am

Yeah without YouTube minecraft wouldn't be nearly as popular as it is today. Thank god for YouTube huh? :)

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