This week’s episode examines the Tomland toys Sonic Man and Sonic, who look suspiciously like a certain Bionic Couple we all know and love. We also delve into Tomland’s history of ripping off some of the 1970s most popular tv and movie properties. You can see more Tomland toy merchandise at this site: www.tomlandmonsters.com Visit […]
We weren’t gonna not do an October show, so we saved until the 31st because HALLOWEEN! Episode 48 is a celebration of our favourite monster and we discuss his highs (which involve Karloff and Lee) and his lows (which involve Deniro and Jackman) along the way we kibitz about different incarnations, TV versions and as […]
Very happy to showcase my latest video collaboration with Jason Lenzi, this month we tackle one of my passions, Monster action figures in the most appropriate month to do so. The Tomland Famous Monsters of Legend are one of the rarest sets of monster toys in the world and in this volume we try to […]
I am honoured to have been a part of this October’s issue of Famous Monsters of Filmland. I was tapped by Editor David Wiener to write a piece about Saturday Morning and I had a true blast working on it. If you’re a reader of this blog, this piece will speak to you as will […]
For our 41st episode (and 3rd of 2016 if you’re keeping count) we’re joined by Famous Monsters of Filmland Editor David Weiner (@tikiambassador) for a discussion of all things robotic. We each pick and discuss our personal three favourite and least favourite mechanical men from film and television over the decades and discuss why. Along […]
Happy New Year! It’s time for our annual salute to all the things that made us happy in 2015, especially those that harkened back to our childhoods and brother, did we have a lot to smile about. The 2015 Retro Awards salutes the movies, books, magazines and toys we raved about this year and we […]
Well here is something I’ve never seen before, thanks to my buddy Matt for sharing. This is a Ben Cooper Cousin Eerie Halloween costume based of course on the mascot for the Warren magazine Eerie.that ran for nearly 20 years. And it’s a great costume too! Nice mask and smock action here. According to Matt, […]
Torn right from the pages of Famous Monsters, the Aurora Monsters of the Movies series is easily one of the “top five” monster kit series of all time.
I’ve posted bits of this before in the dial up days but I don’t think I’ve shown the whole ad. I’m just in awe, I’d wear the majority of these right now especially the Famous Monsters and Tarzan. Also, it’s weird to see Shazam! designs yet only one Batman.