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This image made on Thursday, Sept. 30, 2010 and released by Mattel shows Lily, a Schnauzer, wearing the Puppy Tweets device at Trixie & Peanut in New York. Puppy Tweets is an electronic dog tag with a sensor that you attach to your dog's collar. It detects your pet's movements and sounds and sends a variety of tweets to a Twitter page you set up for your dog on a computer or smart phone. You can invite all your friends to be followers too. (AP Photo/Mattel, Diane Bondareff) NO SALES

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Multiplatinum recording artist — and new father — Nick Lachey's "A Father's Lullaby," inspired by his son, Camden, will be released in March in partnership with Fisher-Price Inc., a subsidiary of Mattel, and Mood Entertainment. Mr. Lachey and wife Vanessa welcomed their son in September. (AP Photo/Fisher-Price, Austin Hargrave)

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Multiplatinum recording artist — and new father — Nick Lachey's "A Father's Lullaby," inspired by his son, Camden, will be released in March in partnership with Fisher-Price Inc., a subsidiary of Mattel, and Mood Entertainment. Mr. Lachey and wife Vanessa welcomed their son in September. (AP Photo/Fisher-Price, Austin Hargrave)

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Mark Henry and Randy Orton from Mattel's Apptivity WWE Rumblers admire Think Geek's iCade 8-Bitty controller. (Photo by Joseph Szadkowski/The Washington Times)

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From Left; Mattel's Apptivity WWE Rumblers, Think Geek's iCade 8-Bitty, Spin Master's AppFinity AppDrive and Hasbro's Lazer Tag Blaster are a few gaming gadget gifts for owners of an iPad or iPhone. (Photo by Joseph Szadkowski/The Washington Times)

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Bane stars in The Dark Knight Rises’ Movie Masters action figures collection from Mattel. (Photograph by Joseph Szadkowski/The Washington Times)

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Mattel’s line-up of micro vehicles includes a Hot Wheels’ Tumbler and Nitro Speeders Tumbler. (Photograph by Joseph Szadkowski/The Washington Times)

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Mattel’s Flight Strike Batman and Venom Menace Bane are part of the QuickTek lineup of action figures. (Photograph by Joseph Szadkowski/The Washington Times)

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Mattel’s line-up of toys includes the Nitro Speeders Tumbler, The Bat and The Dark Knight Rises Wall Track Starter Set. (Photograph by Joseph Szadkowski/The Washington Times)

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Bane stars in The Dark Knight Rises’ Movie Masters action figures collection from Mattel. (Photograph by Joseph Szadkowski/The Washington Times)

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Three versions of “The Dark Knight Rises” villain include (from left) Mattel’s Movie Masters Bane, Venom Menace Bane and DC Entertainment’s Bane statue.

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A comparison between Mattel’s Movie Masters Bane and actor Tom Hardy’s Bane from “The Dark Knight Rises.”

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A friendly moment between Bane and Batman courtesy of Mattel’s The Dark Knight Rises Movies Masters action figures. (Photograph by Joseph Szadkowski/The Washington Times)

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Barbie has decided to run for President. (Photo courtesy of Mattel)

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This image made on Thursday, Sept. 30, 2010 and released by Mattel shows Lily, a Schnauzer, wearing the Puppy Tweets device at Trixie & Peanut in New York. Puppy Tweets is an electronic dog tag with a sensor that you attach to your dog's collar. It detects your pet's movements and sounds and sends a variety of tweets to a Twitter page you set up for your dog on a computer or smart phone. You can invite all your friends to be followers too. (AP Photo/Mattel, Diane Bondareff) NO SALES