There isn’t anything I don’t love about this. The box alone hits every note in my monster kid heart.
I am alas too young for the golden age of Thing-Makers, it was around but not like it’s hey-day. I’ve never seen this Batman set before and am in love with these card graphics.
Krofft merchandise doesn’t happen often these days and we need more of it Bob-Dammit!
This is a fan made 3-d print model of the titular characters and the Electra-Car. I always wondered how many bugs they got in their teeth riding around with no wind screen. I was an odd kid.
As bootlegs go, these are pretty funny. This is how the DC superheroes look when I don’t have my glasses on.
I don’t know if I had these as a kid or what but they sure scream “Childhood” pretty loudly to me. That header card is pure gold.
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Hard to believe the MC Hammer craze endured long enough to warrant something like this. I bet “right said Fred” is really envious.
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