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1980 Funstuf Toys Catalog- Aniforms Hulk-Frankenstein

1980 FunStuf Toys Catalog Naming a toy company “Funstuf” is a pretty bold statement, luckily the company more than lived up to it’s namesake during the 1970s and 80s. During the late 1970s, the company was best known for it’s “Aniforms’ line of figures which were a unique concept that involved a rubber figure and […]

The Electronic Hulk

If  I had a screen that readout my rage levels, it would include  Driving, Paying Taxes, Home Depot on a Saturday,  Waiting in long check out lines and then of course, Hulk Raging. 1980 Funstuf Catalog

Funstuf Monsters!

I am not sure why I don’t own a Funstuf Frankenstein. This catalog is from the UK, where they decided to pass on Dracula for some odd reason… 1980 Funstuf Catalog

1980 Funstuf Catalog

Naming a toy company “Funstuf” is a pretty bold statement, luckily the company more than lived up to it’s namesake during the 1970s and 80s. During the late 1970s, the company was best known for it’s “Aniforms’ line of figures which were a unique concept that involved a rubber figure and an air pump. Funstuff […]

Almost Bionic

I’d never heard of the Funstuf Electrogenic arm until I started this blog but when it appeared on Ebay I had to have it. It’s a crazy little item obviously meant to cash in on the popularity of the Six Million Dollar Man fad without paying a nickel for the rights. What’s great about it […]

Funstuf Frankenstein

Funstuff produced several “Aniform” figures of characters like the Incredible Hulk and the Universal Monsters. This rare promotional sheet shows the original packaging which was later altered. Funstuf also released a Dracula but I don’t have that piece Click on the images to see a larger view of the sell sheet.

SEPTOR!

This is one from the “toys we never got” file. Sometime in the late Seventies, toy make Funstuf proposed this combination of Stretch Armstrong and a Cylon. Sadly, it doesn’t look Septor ever materialized, which is probably good for Funstuf because Kenner sued the pants off Mego back in the day for their Elastic Superheroes. […]

You have to provide your own Bionic Sound FX

I am totally in love with this ad for the Fun Stuf Electro Genic Arm, obviously a toy made to cash in on the popularity of Steve Austin, it’s just piece of plastic with a circuit sticker on it that a child uses to simulate that they’re bionic That is what’s so incredibly cool about […]