Popy Gorenger Challenge Machine (eBay Link) Popy scooped up the rights to Evel Knievel in the 1970s and decided to give him some friends. Popy released Evel, Kamen Rider and this dude Gorenger and well, they’re pretty darn amazing toys. This very set was featured in Issue 3 of Toy-Ventures magazine.
Space:1999 Promotional Booklet for Season 2 (eBay Link)- This wonderful (and huge) full-colour booklet was given out to TV networks and I assume the press to promote the exciting second season of Space:1999. I have no valid reason to own this but baby wants it now.
Clash of the Titans Retail Booklet (eBay Link) This booklet was meant for retailers who had chosen to carry Clash of the Titans merchandise. It’s loaded with info about the various items (The Mattel figures are in there) and promotions surrounding this movie. Man, I remember being ten when this came out thinking it was going to be the next Star Wars.
AHI Lost in Space Robot (eBay Link) After the success of merchandising Star Trek and Space:1999, AHI went after another UHF Sci-Fi staple, Lost in Space. The Lost in Space items are really hard to get and this robot is quite tempting.
Walton’s Farm House Playset by Amsco -I know it’s thanksgiving in the states, so what’s more “Thanksgivingsy” than the Waltons clan? Amsco made these killer playsets out of cardboard for Planet of the Apes, Space: 1999 and Marvel Comics but I figured if I had gotten one as a kid, it probably would have been this one.
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