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An Amanda Evert doll will cost you $160

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Tomb Raider Amanda Evert Tonner Doll CompanyVideo game collectors with quite a bit of cash to spare should start saving up for the Tonner Doll Company’s rendition of Tomb Raider‘s Amanda Evert. The Amanda Evert doll, which you can see in an image at the right taken by Kotaku‘s Stephen Totilo, made its debut at the 2010 Toy Fair at the Javits Convention Center in New York.

Amanda Evert, which will cost $160 once released and isn’t the first Tonner Tomb Raider doll. There are four other dolls inspired by Tomb Raider, and they’re all different variations of Lara Croft. There was an exclusive, limited edition, Classic Beauty Lara Croft, a $169.99 Tonner Direct exclusive, Full Throttle Lara Croft, a $189.99, Tonner Direct exclusive, Let’s Go Off-Road Lara Croft and a basic, $124.99 Tonner Direct exclusive Lara Croft doll.

Kotaku also reports that the Tonner Doll Company display also had Prince of Persia prototype dolls of the Prince and Tamina on display. Dolls from Doctor Who, Lord of the Rings, Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland and the Disney Princesses line are also planned parts of Tonner’s 2010 doll collection. Tonner also has created dolls based on characters from series like Spider-Man, Harry Potter, Batman, The Green Lantern, Wonder Woman and Superman.

I’ve seen some of the Tonner Doll Company dolls before, and they’re absolutely gorgeous. The level of detail is extraordinary, and while the price tag is quite high, the quality makes it worth it.

Image Source: Kotaku

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  • Treeble

    There also was a Comic Con exclusive Lara Croft variant, named Quest to Avalon and featuring the Tomb Raider Underworld wetsuit. Only 100 pieces were produced.