If you've been involved in toy fandom, the hand-made toy field, or have watched cable TV, there's a chance you might be familiar with the "bootlegger" known as the Sucklord or his brand name, Suckadelic. What he makes are generally art pieces and are wildly not appropriate for the kiddies, but older folks might be interested in his latest product - a Kickstarter-supported, mass-produced, and already at the goal line of mini-figures called S.U.C.K.L.E., or Simply Unimportant Collectable Kitschy Little Eyesores, sculpted by George Gaspar of October Toys fame.
Warning/guarantee: adult language and content.(Mr. Gaspar does awesome work, and some of it graces my desk in the form of OTMF and OMFG figures.) In other words, it's a twisted version of M.US.C.L.E. from the 1980s.
Figures include parodies or familiar spins on characters you no doubt will recognize, like quasi-Stormtroopers and helmets derived from Boba Fett. Figures include a Necromancer, Galactic Jerkbag, Vectar, and other things which you may as well go ahead and look at over at Kickstarter.
Sets of 10 figures start at $20, and it is already at $23,000 - far beyond its initial $7,350 goal.