Which one, you ask? I'm not sure myself.
EDIT: Several users have informed me that this kid is dressed up like Winry Rockbell from Fullmetal Alchemist. I see what they mean!
This toy here is unfortunately unavailable for purchase, though I guess it's still possible in our dreams. How else will we teach our young women the importance of zombie preparedness?
On the flip side, this IS available for purchase at your local knock-off toy chain!
Police in the UK were fooled by one very realistic looking doll.
What started out as a rescue mission to save a baby left laying in the front seat of a locked car ended in embarrassment for police in Dudley, West Midlands.
After a concerned citizen notified the police of an infant in danger, officers jumped into action—smashing Delesia Rattray's car window. But they didn't find what they expected.
When Rattray returned to her car she found a note from police telling her to call the station. Fearing that a baby's life was in danger, the police smashed her window to save what turned out to be Rattray's 10-year-old sister's baby doll.
The doll was wrapped in a blanket with only its head poking out. Police have since apologized and agreed to cover the cost of replacing the window.
You tried, Dudley police. You tried.
Custom toymaker Makies has released a line of toys with accessories that are inclusive for kids with disabilities. Currently available are hearing aides, glasses and a cane. One doll features a vascular birthmark hand painted on her face and the company is asking for suggestions to expand their line.