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Toy-Ventures: Fisher Price Adventure People Score!

Toy-Ventures┬áset up at Ajax Collector Con this past weekend, and not only did I saw some fantastic vintage toys, but went home with something amazing. You won’t want to miss this if you’re a ’70s Fisher Price Adventure People fan.   #toyventures #toyshow #actionfigures   Join our weekly newsletter. The Super Collector Newsletter combines all […]

Toy-Ventures: The 5 Best & 5 Weirdest Toyline Comic Books

Toy-Ventures take a trip to the spinner rack to highlight the memorable and truly forgettable comic books based on toy lines. We won’t tell you number one but rest assured; it ain’t Man Tech. #mego #micronauts #gijoe   Check out the PlaidStallions store for Toy-Ventures magazine, Tura Satan and much more: www.plaidstallions.com/reboot/shop Join the fun […]

70s Bugs Bunny Merchandise

I don’t collect Bugs Bunny merchandise as an adult, I honestly feel watching Looney Tunes as a kid was time well spent. The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner show was an oasis every Sunday away from “Hee Haw” and freaking “Lawrence Welk” (which I now adore). With national recognition, it’s no surprise that Bugs enjoyed “Krusty the […]

Toy-Ventures: Six Million Dollar Man Bionic Action Club Kit

  Hey everyone, you’re looking at a full-fledged Kenner Six Million Dollar Man Bionic Club Kit member. Let’s explore this epic set from 1976 that I totally forget to send away for as a kid. Also, Happy Holidays! #toyventures #sixmilliondollarman #kenner   The Mego Museum News has rebranded into the Super Collector Newsletter! Encompassing more […]

Toy-Ventures: Big Bad John from Lincoln International

Toy-Ventures this week talks about Big Bad John, the rarest Lincoln International figure out there and a relatively new discovery. A generic bad guy figure for your Mego Starsky and Hutch figures. One of the best things online toy communities can do is work together and discover new things. The story of Big Bad John […]

Marx Safari Adventure Action Figures Catalog 1975

Marx Safari Adventure Action Figures Catalog 1975 Louis Marx’s 1975 Toy Line “Safari Adventure” followed the trend of sport adventure put forward by G.I. Joe and Big Jim (Fisher-Price would release the Adventure People Safari this same year) but unlike the others, their line strictly focused on it. Marx Safari Adventure was a well-made and […]