As ridiculous as the Hulk Jeep is, I think the Spider-Man copter is always the weirdest vehicle in the room.
The vinyl industry had a field day with Bruce Banner.
OK, even though this is 1977 there are a few of these I would wear now especially Frankenstein and that weirdly smug Captain America.
As I prepare for this week’s Mego Meet Toy Show this weekend, I thought it would be cool to showcase this awesome catalog from the United Kingdom. Pedigree Toys began distributed the Mego Toy Lines in the late 1970s and did a knock out job with the 12″ Superheroes, more pages after the jump! I […]
Oh Corgi, you are a main ingredient in a happy childhood.
From that brief time when Mork trumped Darth Vader and Spider-Man…
Hey remember those big colouring books you got on birthdays and Christmas? They were done by a company called Parkes Run and they made a lot of cool licensed stuff using licenses like Superman the movie, Popeye, Peanuts and the Marvel comics characters! Adult Colouring books are the all rage right now but I’d settle […]
I have to applaud Ideal Toys for spinning the monster makeup kit concept to Superheroes and not just including Hulk and Spider-Man but the Thing as well as being smart enough to include She-Hulk and Spider-Woman on the box.
I am not sure why I don’t own a Funstuf Frankenstein. This catalog is from the UK, where they decided to pass on Dracula for some odd reason… 1980 Funstuf Catalog
I’d love to read their contract rider. Send me your mall appearance photos!
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