>>9316321>I'm sure such a tiny thing didn't cost more than a couple bucks to make
Aside from the actual material costs like resin, iso alcohol, etc., someone had to design, model, print, wash, cure, trim, sand, and paint that. That's a lot of time and effort, not to mention the time it took that person to learn how to do all this stuff, or their investment in the equipment that allows them to do it. THAT'S what you're paying for.
Sorry, I know this is kind of a tangent. But as an artist myself, it's frustrating to see people forget how much work and learning goes into things that they view as "simple" or "cheap." Hasbro could produce something like this for pennies because they're huge, but small creators have a very different situation.