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The first version of the Revengers is a fictional team of supervillains who were formed to fight A-Next in Marvel Comics ' MC2 series A-Next . They were created by Tom DeFalco and Ron Frenz .

It is also the name of a comical parody of the Avengers in Earth-665, the setting of Marvel's parody comic Not Brand Echh .

In September 2011, an Earth-616 version of the Revengers led by Wonder Man appears. [1] They were created by Gabriele Dell'otto and Brian Michael Bendis .

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Shown on nearly every hot selling toy list for 2016, Hatchimals are the new craze this holiday season. Packaged in a giant egg, Hatchimals require your attention by hugging and nurturing it before escaping its shell. Once it hatches, players can teach their Hatchimal to walk, dance, talk, and play games during three life stages. This concept is really unique for a toy, and goes beyond a simple interactive pet. Like many of this year’s hottest new Christmas toys , Hatchimals does not have an age limit.

Price:  $54.88 (9 percent off MSRP) Prices have skyrocketed. They’re now $158+ because the demand is so high. You can still buy Hatchimals online on Amazon

Crafts are usually a great gift choice, especially since they can provide hours of fun and creativity. This Pottery Cool pottery set comes with six projects that can be made with the kit, from a smartphone speaker to a jewelry holder. Want to customize? This set comes with metallic paints and sculpting tools for hours of creative, hands-on activity. It’s a perfect choice for the artist-to-be, and one of our favorite Christmas gifts for 8 year old girls this year.

The first version of the Revengers is a fictional team of supervillains who were formed to fight A-Next in Marvel Comics ' MC2 series A-Next . They were created by Tom DeFalco and Ron Frenz .

It is also the name of a comical parody of the Avengers in Earth-665, the setting of Marvel's parody comic Not Brand Echh .

In September 2011, an Earth-616 version of the Revengers led by Wonder Man appears. [1] They were created by Gabriele Dell'otto and Brian Michael Bendis .