Do you like ducks? How about Cthulhu? Douglas Prince combines the best of both worlds with Dthulhu, a "rubber duck" version of Cthulhu and it's available through an IndieGoGo campaign.
Whether in the tub or on the shelf, Dthulhu is terrifyingly adorable with his Zoidberg-esque tentacle mouth (less scary than the average Eldritch abomination!) and bat wings. He's billed as being usable in water (although I'm not sure I'd risk it) and will even squeak when squeezed.
The basic version of the figure is available for as low as a US$20 pledge while the glow-in-the-dark version configurations start at US$30. You can get both the normal and GitD version with a US$40 pledge.
The campaign is currently 2 days underway (and has raised 7% of its goal) and will end in another 28 days (ie, right around the beginning of December if you're looking for a Christmas gift that won't be released until February).
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