There has been a significant number of licensed and unlicensed merchandise related to Little Shop Of Horrors, some which are better than others, lots of them, though are hard to find.
1960 Movie Merchandise
Welcome to The Little Shop Of Horrors comic
Released in 1995 by Roger Corman's Cosmic Comics, this short series was a direct comic adaption of Roger Corman's 1960 black comedy The Little Shop Of Horrors.
1986 Movie Merchandise
Audrey II Coin Bank
This coin bank is a rare tie-in to the movie, when you put a coin in Audrey II's mouth, and push it in, it makes a weird sound as it slides into a compartment that you can open to retrieve your coins.
Audrey II Candy Dispenser
At one point, Topps (Creator of sports cards) sold this Pez-like candy dispenser, shaped somewhat like Audrey II.
Topps released cards for Little Shop of Horrors that told the story once you got the whole set. They also featured pictures of scenes that are later changed or deleted, such as the beheaded Dentist or the 20 Min cut ending assembled from the cards.
1986 Movie Comic Book Adaption
When the 1986 Movie released, DC released a one-shot comic written by Michael Fleisher and art by Gene Colan and Dave Hunt, and converts the songs into monologues. The comic featured the ending that was cut from the movie.
Trading Cards by Attic Cards69 Cards were printed for this Kickstarter project that featured signed cards by Jonathan Haze and Jackie Joseph.
Feed Me GamePossibly the most well known product obviously related to Little Shop Of Horrors, this game by Milton Bradley had players feeding the flytrap (supposed to be Audrey II), black and red marbles. Whoever didn't make the plant snap shut won.
- ↑ "Audrey II" a Flytrap bank http://andeverythingelsetoo.blogspot.com/2011/12/audrey-ii-flytrap-bank.html
- ↑ The Little Shop Of Horrors Trading Cards https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1763021694/the-little-shop-of-horrors-trading-cards/description