Mighty Beanz are collectible toys manufactured by Moose Enterprises, a corporation headquartered in Melbourne, Australia. Moose launched Mighty Beanz in the Australian market in 2002; the toy launched in the United States that summer. They are recommended for children 5 years and older.
An individual Mighty Bean is a three-dimensional ovaloid with small flat circular ends on either side, rather like a large plastic capsule, approximately one inch long. The beans are characterized by a small metal ball inside which is free to move about the capsule. Each Bean is decorated with a character's likeness—usually an animal, a monster or a caricatured human. Besides the five main series of Mighty Beanz, Moose also produced licensed Beanz based on Marvel superheroes, The Simpsons, Pokémon, Star Wars and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Mighty Beanz have become a large collector's commodity and prices vary on sites such as Ebay based on rarity of the Beanz.
Some Mighty Beanz caricature famous people, such as Elvis Presley (#1, "Rock N' Roll Bean"); Hulk Hogan (#18, "Tuff Bean"); Steve Irwin (#86, "Bush Ranger Bean"); Leonard Nimoy (#105, "Space Trek Bean"); Pamela Anderson (#165, "Life Saver Bean"); and Jimi Hendrix (#177, "Rock Legend Bean").
The original first five "series" of Mighty Beanz were designed by Melbourne Illustrator Mark Sheard. In addition, his image was immortalised on #59 "Data Bean".
Series 1 had 60 Beanz numbered 1-60, arranged into teams of five, and could be stored in a red carry case the same shape as a bean profile, with a label for each bean space and the name of the bean displayed.
Series 2 had 70 Beanz numbered 61-130, in teams of five, the last ten Beanz being glow-in-the-dark Beanz.
Series 3 reverted to a 60 Beanz lineup numbered 131-190, the last ten being color-change Beanz. The carry case was green, and the Beanz were arranged in pairs, e.g. Cobra Bean and Snake Charmer Bean.
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I'd also imagine posting guro will get you banned.
And it's punishable by death
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