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Knock-Off ‘Cardcaptor Sakura’ Toy is Evil Incarnate


The face of evil has made itself known. That face comes in the shape of knock-off Cardcaptor Sakura toy wand from a 1 Dollar store in Dayton, Ohio. The toy titled “Evil Stick” comes packaged with imagery from the anime series Cardcaptor Sakura on the box but is of course not official licensed merchandise. While the name “Evil Stick” is pretty frightening in its own regard, what a parent who bough the toy discovered inside of it is far more horrifying.

The toy actually opens up to reveal a shocking image of a girl slitting her wrists with the red demonic eyes of Satan himself seemingly having possessed her. Rather than play happy music as advertised, the toy simply cackles maniacally. For the record I do not believe that Sakura would have any part in using a wand such as this and the beast behind this ‘toy’ is a pathetic one indeed.

Since news broke about this “Evil Stick” the store selling them in Dayton has apparently sold out of the item with dozens of Ebay listings popping up for this toy of the occult variety. I for one do no like this “Evil Stick” and will not be purchasing one for an exorbitant amount on online auction website Ebay. But you know, to each their own. Let us know in the comments section below what you think of this sinister toy. I wish it would go away now. It makes me very sad.


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  1. I’m not gonna lie, there’s a sick part of me that finds this hilarious as an item, but minimally, it’s totally mismarketed (and even then in terribly bad taste). It really should be pulled from the shelves (for a myriad reasons not ending with the points in the newscast). Sounds like something one might find on

  2. jj says

    How haven’t the people who made Card Captors called ‘copy write’ and taken this off the shelves yet for using their product to sell lies?

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