Ebay Link: 1970 Gerry Anderson UFO Flexi Sonosheet Book Record Asahi Sonorama Japan This is a book and record set in Japanese based on the Gerry Anderson television series “UFO”, which is sort of dark for a kid’s record (look at the pictures). UFO is probably my favourite Anderson show and this is easily in my top five favorite pieces of memorabilia.
Witchie Poo Doll I will admit that the boat scene in the HR Pufnstuf movie did leave some scars on my 3 year old psyche but this doll is gorgeous!
Jumbo Japanese Superman Vinyl figure- It’s hard not to love vintage Japanese toys, especially when they’re of our icons with Neal Adams art. I just wish he was a Jumbo Machinder, although to be fair, I wish everything was.
Ebay Link: Little House on the Prairie Colorforms- I can’t believe this is a thing. I mean, I remember the show because my sister watched it all time because it had horses, also, she was bigger than me. If it comes with a Nelly, I might buy it.
EBAY LINK BEN COOPER SLEESTAK COSTUME– I think I post one of these every year. That’s because they show up when I’m flat broke, every time, like clock work. I’m ok with it, my ship will come in someday. Sleestaks are amazing and I love them.
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