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THE HUNGER GAMES: CATCHING FIRE

Both the books and the films eschew materialism, vanity and anything that doesn’t involve survival, but that hasn't stopped anyone from making Barbie tie-ins for four of the lead characters. Effie Trinket makes sense, but Katniss?

The Hunger Games Barbie

Still, at $23.59 a piece, they are yours for the buying. CoverGirl’s make-up range also manages to totally not get the point, offering Disctrict-by-District sets for the poor and impoverished masses. In the flat-out weird category, there’s this lightbulb ($7.98)

The Hunger Games Light Bulb

...and a jacket that looks like a fancy bin liner.

The Hunger Games Jacket

Once you’ve bought all this, be sure to eat some of Subway’s “fiery” sandwiches...

The Hunger Games Subway sandwich

...and start dreaming of what a Hunger Games amusement park might consist of. Kerching Fire, indeed.

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