Toy-Ventures is a new toy collector magazine coming to you from PlaidStallions press, who brought you MegoZine, Knock-Offs and Rack Toys: Cheap Crazed Playthings.
Did you miss print toy collector magazines? So did we and that’s why we created Toy-Ventures magazine in 2020.
Toy-Ventures magazine is an old skool full-colour print toy collector-focused publication featuring toys and action figures from the 1960s to the 1990s in a comprehensive manner.
Each issue of Toy-Ventures magazine will feature collector guides, rare photographs, interviews, and articles by some of the toy experts in the Collector Field. It’s a quarterly celebration of our childhood friends!
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Issue #10 of Toy-Ventures is a milestone for us, as we begin our 4th year the magazine is again evolving. We’ve got some wonderful new voices from the Internet and I hope they all return for more!
Toy-Ventures Magazine Issue #11 is now available this listing comes directly from the publisher. You are getting a mint brand new copy of this magazine straight from the source.
Each copy ordered comes with a free collectible Steel Monsters air freshener, which smells like grapes. (supplies are limited)
Articles in this Issue:
The Faked Crusader
Redbox Batman may be the first Batman Knock-Off ever.
Sky Guy: Mego Man of Mystery
A mystery man no more, meet Sky Guy, made by Mego and sold by Schaper.
Exploring the Tonka Steel Monsters, a post-apocolyptic 80s toy line that deserves more love. Rare photos and interviews with Tonka designers on this fantastic line.
Toy-Ventures Guide to Post-Apocalyptic Toys
Mego Dr. Zaius takes us through the forbidden zone of post nuclear wasteland toy lines.
Meanwhile at the Hall of Softness
The Mego Super Softies were a super flop in 1974, but we still love them.
Super Joe Part 5
We conclude our series by looking at the fashion and Halloween items produced for the Hasbro Super Joe toy line..
The Loch Ness Mystery
Raymond Castile’s Basement of Horror takes us on a wee journey to solve a childhood mystery about Nessie merchandise.
The Perils of Superman
Chris Franklin’s first installment of his “The Way We Played” column is the adventures of his Mego Superman.
Chance Priest shares the Skeleton Warriors knockoff he likes better than the real thing.
Mego Planet of the Apes Part 7
The final chapter of our look at Mego Planet of the Apes in the US focuses on playsets and the mystery of the boxed figures.
Burly Bath Buds
Chris Thornsberry tells us the history of Kenner’s charming Li’l Loggers and their incredible creator.
Mall of Justice Moment
Jason Lenzi and his aunt encounter Cylons in Los Angeles.
All of our back issues are available, and yes, we do combine shipping.
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