Polly Pocket has made giant leaps and bounds since super-dad Chris Wiggs first built a tiny dollhouse in a powder compact for his daughter, Kate, in 1983.
Since Polly Pocket was born, the concept has been bought up first by Bluebird Toys, and then Mattel. It has been relaunched, redesigned, and publicized with spin-off shows and a trilogy of movies.
But while the miniature dollhouse has charmed generations of small-things-lovers, TheToyZone reckons Mattel is missing a trick. Why shouldn’t Polly Pocket ‘do a LEGO’ and absorb a popular franchise or two? Where’s our teeny-weeny Polly Pocket: Death Star Edition?
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