EBAY LINK:”That” Batman water gun– Yup, this thing needs no introduction, it’s been all over the Internet and even in my book Rack Toys (2nd edition coming soon!).
What else can be said about this? It kind of looks like Adam West? You put water in his butt, squeeze his groin and he spits at you? Yes, these are true but does it need to be said? I’ll leave that up to you.
EBAY LINK:Spider-Man Comic Connection– I’ve never heard of this game before and that’s a shame because, in 1980, I would have loved it. The concept seems to be putting a coherent page of a Spider-Man comic together. A cool concept but I can’t afford the asking price.
EBAY LINK:Tomy Strollin’ Bowling– I loved the commercials for this as a kid, yet I have never played with this thing.
The Monster Game by Ideal I am a sucker for anything Frankenstein and a bit of a board game nut, so this really hits the mark for me.
EBAY LINK:Luke Cage Power Man Tie– Holy mother jumpin’ crud! If I showed up to a job interview in this, I would get that job before I opened my mouth.
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