Baby Yoda merchandise has been highly sought after since The Mandalorian premiered in November 2019 on Disney+.
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But except for a smattering of mugs, t-shirts and other easy-to-produce tchotchkes, there was a dearth of Baby Yoda products available.
After all, if Baby Yoda can bring even the trolls of the internet together, what can't the green, force-wielding infant do?
Etsy artist Tanya Alvarez confirmed to the Los Angeles Times that the online store deactivated her listing of a Baby Yoda-inspired plush toy and sent her an email alert that Disney had filed a trademark infringement complaint. It is unclear if Etsy sellers will be able to continue selling Baby Yoda merch under vague terms, or if Disney will pursue further legal action.
However, according to The Verge, some sellers are continuing to sell their Baby Yoda plushes, but with vague terms including "The Baby Child" and "Baby Alien Plush Doll" and descriptions like "Is he an alien, a goblin?. his origins are unknown".