Martin Landau’s collection of Space:1999 toys– OK, I don’t what kind of pedigree you need but these are Martin Freaking Landau’s collection of Space:1999 toys. I have a book from Landau’s collection and it’s something I will always keep. I can’t tell you how cool it would be to own Commander Koenig’s Eagles but you probably knew that.
Denys Fisher Cyborg Figure Lot– I totally adore Denys Fisher Cyborg and have done an episode on it recently. This lot is like an instant collection, where you get Cyborg, Muton and the hard to get Android! These are some of the coolest action figures of the 1970s and you need these.
Freddy Kruger Knock Off– I don’t know what it is about this thing, not a fan of Freddy Kruger merch but this looks like a cross between him and that little guy from “the Island of Dr. Moreau”. You know the guy I’m talking about right? I didn’t dream him?
Remco Batman Kite– In 1970, right after the Superhero craze, Remco made this weird series of Kites based on DC Comics characters including the short-lved powerless Wonder Woman. I honestly wasn’t sure if these things got made but here they are and this one is realistically priced.
Sweathogs Picture Puzzle- Sweathog Mania, I lived through it, many of us did and it burned brightly but not for a long time, leaving a trail of weird merchandise in it’s wake. What I really love about this piece is the obvious insertion of Gabe Kaplan, like he’s Gazoo or something. Man, he had some good lawyers….
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