Popular toymaker apologizes for selling model of Nazi UFO that never actually existed
Revell is one of the most well-known and respected hobbyist brands on the planet. The company has been in business for three-quarters of a century, and its model kits are incredibly popular. With all that in mind, it's pretty strange that I have to write this, but: Revell is now apologizing and pulling one of its products from store shelves after manufacturing a model based on a Nazi UFO that never actually existed.
The model, based on a spacecraft beloved by Nazi conspiracy theorists who believe Hitler and company managed to build incredibly advanced technology and then... never actually use it, comes in a 69-piece kit, complete with box art of the fictional flying saucer waging war against Allied forces.
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Popular toymaker apologizes for selling model of Nazi UFO that never actually existed originally appeared on BGR.com on Mon, 25 Jun 2018 at 16:22:02 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.