This is one of the weirder AHI Rack toys, enjoy your beverage with Spider-Man on a bike? How the heck do you clean this thing?
These incredibly obvious knock offs of Star Wars were like a total mystery in grade school. My friend had them but he got them from his grandmother, they were so confusing. We didn’t have the internet in 1978, so this got solved but it took me a couple of decades. I’ve since lost Willy’s phone number.
As a wee lad, I would buy Spider-Woman comics, despite the fact that, well, they were largely kind of stinky. Turns out, I was just smitten with the character and guess what? i still kind of am. Just look at this godess.
Love Boat was the Mego action figure line nobody asked for (check out my video on it here) but it does feature Isaac, one of the greatest Mego figures ever made. There could be six or more carded Isaac figures in here. That’s worth ten million alone.
I will never stop obsessing over the lazy label slap Star Trek toys Remco made. God, I want them all…
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