Did Mr. T get turned into a van by a witch? Did someone murder him and use his body parts for an art installation, like a Hannibal villain? Or is he simply so vain that he decorates all his vehicles like that? Whatever the case, the only thing certain is that there's now a major "combining famous figures with cars regardless of logic" industry going on in Taiwan, where this inexplicable toy was made. And in case you think this monstrosity is just a goofy Photoshop hoax on the part of ToyNerd.com (where we found it), there are videos of this shit in action. Behold:
"I pity the fool who made me!"
There's a lot to process here. First, Mr. T has a glowing head that bobs up and down in unison with the police lights on his back, as a frantic siren sound plays on a loop. Is this ... is this the mighty Mr. T mating call? Second, you might have noticed that Mr. T is carrying a huge battle ax and a machine gun, presumably to fight other family vans.
Not gonna lie: We haven't been this afraid of Mr. T since Rocky III.