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Doctor Dreadful - Alien Autopsy

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  • Create Delicious Alien Eyeballs & Lung Bugs
  • Bubbling Alien Guts Move On Motorized Alien Stomach
  • Inject Intestines, Looks Gross, Tastes Great!
  • Eat Everything You Create!
  • Includes: Alien Body & Base, Measuring Cup, Syringe, Stir Stick / Scoop, 2 Packets Of Food
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 5.2 x 10.5 inches ; 2.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B007X93L34
  • Item model number: 20050963
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 5 - 11 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #57,779 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (100 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Eat everything you make with Doctor Dreadful’s Alien Autopsy. Deep from within Area 51 comes a delicious experiment in dissection. Create tasty alien eyeballs, parasitic lung bugs, and then brew up some bubbling alien guts. Yummm. Discover the secret sludge of Area 51 as it comes to life, defying gravity and moving all over the Alien’s stomach. It’s an autopsy your taste buds will never forget. Discover flavors that are out of this atmosphere with Doctor Dreadful’s Alien Autopsy Play Set.

Product Description

Eat everything you make with Doctor Dreadful’s Alien Autopsy! Deep from within Area 51 comes a delicious experiment in dissection. Create tasty alien eyeballs, parasitic lung bugs, and then brew up some bubbling alien guts! Yummm! Discover the secret sludge of Area 51 as it comes to life, defying gravity and moving all over the Alien’s stomach! It’s an autopsy your taste buds will never forget! Discover flavors that are out of this atmosphere with Doctor Dreadful’s Alien Autopsy Play Set!

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Customer Reviews

Would be a very fun Halloween activity for the kids.
Rhiana Jones
So I felt this should have been noted before putting the whole thing together because its not easy taking the parts on an off, not to mention a pain.
rareoopdvds
The candy mix used to create the alien parts was a gross consistency and the taste was not appealing.
M. Martinez

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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By K. Harris HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on October 6, 2012
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I so love the idea of Doctor Dreadful and his appallingly disgusting creations. In this "Aliens" version, the mad doctor serves up a very unpleasant tableau in a classic alien autopsy scene. As a child, this is something that I would have absolutely loved. This is an unorthodox candy making kit that makes several different types of treats from lung bugs, to gooey guts, to gross intestines. Let's be honest, the end results are barely recognizable as edible and they certainly won't win any flavor awards but I'm not sure it even matters.

The alien autopsy figure is pretty cool. There are four distinct compartments where you put your ingredients. Then 4 AA batteries (not included) bring the project to motion as your candy is created and your creature shakes and rumbles. And while we loved doing this once, I'm not sure that we will be repeating the process anytime soon. You get a limited amount of ingredients, and I don't suppose I'll be refilling them on my shopping list in the near future.

Included:
Alien
Alien Base
Food Injector
2 Lung Bud Molds
Belly pan
Stir-stick/scoop
Measuring Cup
4 Packages of Candy Mixes
Instructions

Bottom Line: Cool? Yes. Disgusting? Yes. Fun? Yes. Repeat Value? Questionable. Candy Quality? Questionable.

This is certainly not a slam dunk for us, but it's perverse enough to warrant a recommendation to the little ones who aspire to be our next generation of mad scientists! About 3 1/2 stars, I'll round up to show my support of disgusting things! KGHarris, 10/12.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By J. A Magill TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 4, 2012
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So when it comes to reviewing books, I remain in the driver's seat. With toys, however, I must bow before the opinion of experts. Having handed "Alien Autopsy" over to my daughters (8 and 10) both returned insistent that I include their assessment in my review. "Awesome!" says one. "Too cool!" declares the other. Both kept telling me they couldn't wait for Halloween (now I need to make a Doctor Dreadful and assistant costume!).

As an adult, I can't say I really get it. The toy consists of mixing lots of colorful jelly candies in the shape of various guts. Getting the mixing right can be a challenge, but when I asked, both said that the failed attempts were part of the fun. On the table, the whole thing jiggles as if alive. Okay, so maybe I do get it. Unlike another reviewer, I didn't find clean up to be much of a challenge -- a hot water soak did the trick and the counter cleaned with a damp sponge.

It may not be a toy that adults think kids SHOULD love, but -- at least in my house -- it proved to be one that my kids DID love.
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25 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Carol C. VINE VOICE on October 2, 2012
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The packaging is impressive, intriguing, exciting -- and leads you to believe you're getting much more than what is inside. Inside the box, you'll find a number of little plastic bags filled with multi-colored plastic parts, just waiting for you to snap them together to create the Alien on the lab table. We finally got the little guy together --but it was hardly worth the effort. We spent more time putting this toy together than we did playing with it.

The instructions were less than clear. The very first instruction is to remove the battery pack door with a screwdriver. Hmmmmm. Where's the battery pack door? I found it taped between two pieces of cardboard. And although the plastic parts are multi-colored, the instructions are in various shades of gray, so it is difficult to tell what part goes where.

Once you get the Alien mold assembled and you've added four AA batteries (not included, of course), you're left with several plastic parts - a syringe, a tiny spoon with a hook on one end, and a tiny beaker, apparently with measuring marks on one side -- though they are very, very hard to see, almost imperceptible -- and four tiny bags of "ingredients." The total amount of edible ingredients is about 3.5 ounces -- less than a small box of Jello. You get one bag of lung bug mix, one bag of stomach mix, and two bags of intestine mix. The contents of the ingredient packets are not identified, but I'm assuming it's mostly sugar and gelatin for the first two experiments, and sugar, flour, and cornstarch for the gut experiment. With a healthy dose of finger-staining food coloring added in. Sadly, none of the bags are resealable. (Just putting the ingredients in zip-loc bags would be a huge improvement.)

There are three "experiments" to do.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By S. M. Robare on November 8, 2012
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The Dr. Dreadful line of mad-scientist-inspired play sets are back, having been originally produced by Tyco from the late 80s to the early 90s. These new incarnations pick right up where the old candy-making lab kits left off, though offering some much more detailed and disgusting set ups. Having the opportunity to take the Dr. Dreadful Alien Autopsy play set for a spin brought back a lot of memories, not all of them good.

First the good. As I mentioned, these new play sets are super rich in detail and offer some really fun accessories and action features. The Alien Autopsy kit is pretty disturbing, in a good way, and I had a blast injecting gummi ooze into the various nooks, crannies, and alien cavities. In particular, the bubbling, churning stomach acid cookie preparation was outstanding. The wife and I had a solid hour and a half of fun mixing up concoctions and pouring them in the various molds. I can imagine that most boys would completely flip for this play set.

The bad. Well, much like its predecessor, the actual edible candy that is produced from these sets is pretty gross, and I don't mean in appearance. The taste is truly dreadful, pun fully intended. All in all the majority of the candy would fall on the inedible scale, with the exception of the gummy lungs, where were only just bad. The science of making the candy is spot on, but unfortunately even kids would probably spit out most of this stuff.

The ugly. The wost aspect of this play set is the fact that it really does feel like a one-use product. There is an awful lot of cleaning required, before and after play, not to mention the time it takes for the candy to set (or freeze), and once you've played around for an hour or so it loses a lot of its charm.
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