5 Awesome Things on eBay this New Years Eve
Jetsons Shogun Warriors Rack Toy (eBay Link)- I am not a big fan of the Jetson’s but I do love Shogun Warriors and that’s what this toy used to be. Mattel marketed these as “Shogun Warriors Rocket Tops” in the late 1970s, how they ended up at Imperial, I do not know.
Battle of the Planets Phoenix toy from Ceji Arbois (eBay Link) I’m not sure if I’ve featured this toy before but it’s worth a second look. This toy is from France and I would have given a kidney as a kid to own this.
Fat Albert Wrist Viewer (eBay Link)– This serves two purposes, you can watch Fat Albert on your wrist and hopefully call Dick Tracy?
Mattel Superman Card Game with Jack Kirby art (eBay Link)– For a very brief time Mattel utilized Jack Kirby to do some toy packages like Big Jim and these licensed card games. This really should have happened more. I do wonder if the folks at DC had Kurt Swan “fix” the Superman face on this card though.
Australian Flash Figure (eBay Link)– I totally forgot about this ToyBiz figure which was released on its own in Australia with a drawing made to look like John Wesley Shipp to capitalize on the short-lived TV series. The LHT stands for Len Hunter Toys and they made some really neat stuff.
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