Ebay Link: 70s Incredible Hulk Promotional Poster- I don’t remember this thing at all but wow, it’s impressive ain’t it?
Ebay link: C3P0 Underoos– A good friend of mine in college once said to me, “I love underoos because it looks like the character is thinking about children’s underwear and well, that’s weird”. I’ve never been able to unsee it.
Nomura Star Blazers Derek Wyldstar AKA Kodai figure- Look, if you grew up watching Star Blazers on UHF as I did, then you know the pain of not having action figures based on it. Heal with this amazeballs Japanese figure, you deserve it. It’s soooooo gooood.
Ebay Link: MASH DOG TAGS- I don’t know why so much M*A*S*H merch came out at the very end, when the show was so somber. It just languished on store shelves after “Farewell, Goodbye, Amen” aired. It almost always has clearance stickers.
Fantastic Four Mirror– This hits a lot of nostalgia buttons for me, a) I freaking love the Fantastic Four and b) it’s one of those carnival prizes mirrors like you’d find at the CNE. Bang, I’m smitten.
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