I discovered that this penguin-shaped famiclone existed about four or five years ago. Little did I know I would someday come to own one myself - for a single dollar! There are apparently many variants of this thing, and mine didn't come boxed so I can only assume that this is what came with mine: two extremely cheap controllers, one light pistol, power cable, famiclone cart, and an AV cable that ends in a... jack?
The best part about this famiclone is its design: glowing red eyes (which turned out pink in the photo, unfortunately), a beak-shaped power button, a little bowtie, a huge IR reciever on its chest, tiny yellow feet, and the fact that the cartridge is inserted by jamming it onto its back. The cartridge itself is like any other bootleg cart of this type, 111 NES ROMs. No repeats, though, and it has Devil World and 1942 which is great for me!
In case you ever wondered: yes. Most of these cartridges do work on official hardware. Using an adapter that can be found in most copies of Gyromite, you can get these carts to boot and play just fine on a real NES. I only suggest using the top-loader, though, as you may not get it out of a toaster model.
There was a dollar store in my old neighborhood that sold bootleg anime merchandise. It wasn't a Dollar Tree but a mom & pop. There was another, smaller store that sold stationary with various visual novel girls and stuff like that. I am not sure if I still have it. But one of them was a notebook with the girl that's used as the Visual Novel Database mascot.
The bigger dollar store had bootleg Beyblades. They were really popular in my neighborhood and the wrappers were all over the ground.
I had some Sailor Moon and Lovely White stationary. The Sailor Moon stuff was really really bootleg with the wrong colors and everything. I thought I uploaded the pics to Tumblr. But if I did I must have used weird tags or something. Oh well.