Angry Little Girls, Now in Plush Form

0810958686Lela Lee continues to take over the universe with her Angry Little Girls empire. After a conquering the worlds of comic strips, books, greeting cards, t-shirts, animation, and kitchen sinks, you’ll soon be able to find Angry Little Girls in your local toy aisles now as well (and I’m not talking about the ones throwing tantrums because Daddy said she couldn’t buy the “Equestria Girls” iteration of My Little Pony).

Yesterday, Multiverse Studio announced it had struck a deal to distribute 7-inch plush dolls of the original Angry Little Asian Girl, Kim. These dolls have been limited to a limited production run of 1,000 units, so they probably won’t last long. If you happened to be at San Diego Comic-Con, this past July, you might have seen Lela with her plush doppelgangers hanging out on the con floor.

Now’s your chance to get one for yourself. Check out the original press release after the jump.



LOS ANGELES, Calif., (AUG  28th, 2013) – Leading toy manufacturer Multiverse Studio Inc. today announced partnership with Angry Little Girls! to offer a 7-inch plush of the sassy titular protagonist Kim from the syndicated comic strip and popular book series.

Angry Little Girls! by Lela Lee — currently a syndicated comic strip by Universal Syndicate on Go Comics, 3 days a week and also a successful series of books published by Harry N. Abrams, Inc. and Running Press Publishers. Angry Little Girls! is a cross between South Park and The Simpsons for girls, with an Asian flair. For over a decade Angry Little Girls! has been a very popular license with a strong following and fan base among females 13 to 30 years old.

“Angry Little Asian Girl” was first created in 1994, while Lee was an “angry” college student at UC Berkley. It became so popular in 2011, that she started selling homemade T-shirts from the trunk of her car! That’s when she decided to expand the brand into the comic strip world with Angry Little Girls! with a syndicated comic strip on Go Comics. Angry Little Girls! centers around “Kim”, the “Angry Little Asian Girl” (most popular character in the book series), she is Lee’s answer to her own anger to a world which she saw as unfair, especially to girls who were in different – in anyway. Lee hopes that with Angry Little Girls! — females everywhere today will feel represented in image, psyche and humor. Lee believes “Angry Little Asian Girl” is the “Pop Culture” heroine in all females, who relates to anyone who is misunderstood and between cultures. “The Angry Little Asian Girl” is Lee’s inner hero and she gets to say everything she always wanted to – but never could!

Limited to a production of 1000 units globally, Angry Little Girls! Kim Plush retails for $20 each and is available for purchase at select online retail outlets.



Founded as a design firm to provide product design services to the collectible toy industry, Multiverse Studio Inc. has since grown into an all-inclusive manufacturing and production service house providing a cross-industry platform bridging China to the world. Multiverse Studio is made up of a group of talented and enthusiastic professionals with expertise in prototyping and manufacturing everything from indistinguishable life-size prop and statue reproductions to limited number promotional specialty runs and full retail sized productions. For more information about Multiverse Studio Inc. and its products log-on to

Press Release © 2013 of Multiverse Studio Inc

3 thoughts on “Angry Little Girls, Now in Plush Form

  1. I’m just sad that Equestri Girls has absolutley NOTHING to do with EQUESTRIAN SPORTS. Why couldn’t they just say EquineGirls or something? That’s what they really are, right?

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