Zapp, the maker of the infamous voodoo doll that sold for $1.7 million, is getting back into the market with a new line of voodoo-themed dolls.
According to Zapp’s blog post, its voodoo pink and vulture blue are available now in its online store and online at Walmart.com and Amazon.com.
The voodoo voodoo red and vungle green are also available.
The dolls are based on the classic designs by the late artist Harry James, and include two figures in each color of the voodoo spirit.
The doll, created by Zapp artist and Voodoo artist David Kincaid, was released in 2014 and was a hit at conventions and movie theaters.
“The voodoo was the most popular and most powerful symbol of the time, and Harry James wanted to make a doll that represented it in a way that he felt would help him and other people understand the symbolism,” Kincay told Vice.
Zapp has sold more than 3 million voodoo themed dolls.
In addition to the dolls, Zapp is offering a new Voodoo doll set with an interactive “voodoo doll” that uses virtual reality to make the doll appear to be moving and breathing.
That doll, which will sell for $149.99 at Zapp.com, comes with a virtual “ghost of Harry James” that you can interact with to learn more about the creator.
The ghosts come in five different color combinations and feature different “spirits” and “charms.”
The dolls also come with a unique holographic camera that can capture and record the movements of the dolls’ hands.
The Voodoo dolls are the latest product to get a rebranding to appeal to millennials and children.
Zapper, a brand of dolls that was created by the legendary artist Harry Dean Stanton, launched in 2012 and went on to sell over 500 million dolls.
Zappers first dolls were sold as a toy, but they were later adapted into a “living doll” in 2014.