However, I believe what brand42 stated, in that girls lines of toys tend not to include male figures. Even as a kid, I remember the aisles of Barbies with only 1 or 2 Ken dolls (I happened to own Rocker Ken - complete with lime green shirt and MC Hammer pants). IIRC, the only male action figure in the She-Ra line was Bow. Male Cabbage Patch Kids were scoffed at. Rainbow Bright only had one or two male friends. Even my sister's Legos were pink. I believe (and could be way off base) that boys are more likely to purchase female action figures than vise versa. My best friend couldn't have imagined his Star Wars collection complete without all variations of Princess Leia, however, my sister and her friends would not have owned male versions of anything.