Hasbro was pretty adept at marketing the G.I. Joe line to kids as evidenced by this 1974 newsletter sent to members of “The Adventure Team”. For a $1.50 you got all kinds of cool swag plus this newsletter, which was filled with stories and a pile of material lifted from the Hasbro catalog. Seeing this […]
The Muppets were a smash in syndication, who doesn’t think of them when that ITC logo appears? The Mego 12″ Wonder Woman brought in the bucks for many a year while Sindy was attempting to get some Barbie magic in a different scale.. The concept behind Kenner’s baby wet and care are still […]
Here’s another wonderful Toy Newspaper Circular from the good people at Toys R Us, this time it’s from this weekend 41 years ago (ok I timed that part). A lot of people don’t know that Toys R Us was around in the 1960s but it’s hard to deny this kind of evidence. It’s a cool […]
Oh if I had more space, I fill my house with stuff like this. Don’t forget to join our new facebook group. Get the expanded digital edition of Rack Toys here.
This week is all about one of my favourite childhood friends, the amazing Mike Power : Atomic Man from the GI Joe Adventure Team. We talk about his origins, foreign incarnations, accessories and his sales. Special thanks to Chris at www.1964gijoe.com Hosted and edited by Brian Heiler (@plaidstallions) PlaidStallions Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/Plaidstallionsdotcom/ Plaidstallions facebook group […]
Things got wicked cool for GI Joe in Europe.
Battle Star Galactica Wall Paper– One of the collections I wish I could start but probably never will is children’s licensed wall paper. A lot of it is gorgeous and I’d like to cover a room with it. This can be yours for $20. Monster Killer Laser Car- Remember that cool device that shot energy […]
Only in the 1970s were “crimefighting” and “Skateboarding” put together logically. New Six Million Dollar Man Shirt in our Redbubble store! Don’t forget to join our new facebook group. Get the expanded digital edition of Rack Toys here.
Ah, this photo will be my happy place today. That orange scuba set was well played with in my house. Don’t forget to join our new facebook group. Get the expanded digital edition of Rack Toys here.
I got to spend one afternoon with the Ghost gun’s brother “the Moving Monster Gun” when I was ten and i remember how smitten i was with this toy. Bonus shot: Here’s the Ghost gun at retail way back in 1974. We have a PodCast! It’s fun, please listen. Check out our Instagram for more stuff […]