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 […]
5 Awesome Things on eBay this week EBAY LINK Eidei Grip Superman– I love Grip vehicles, they did so many cool diecast designs but this metal Superman is something I’ve never owned. It’s got wonderful Neal Adams artwork too. EBAY LINK Original Neal Adams Space:1999 Artwork– I really like the Charlton Space:1999 comics and […]
The name Aladin and lunch pails are synonymous. For generations, many of us received these wonderful licensed metal containers to bring to school, back when kids could bring peanut butter sandwichs to school that is.. This 1980 Catalog features a great mix of popular characters, many like Barbie and Superman are still being put on […]
This wonderful package was likely handed to every attendee of the 1975 Marvel Comics Convention it includes a program which we’ll get into but it also includes the Might Marvel Mail Order Catalog. This wonderful catalog features Marvel merchandise from Fleetwood, Mego. Durham, Aurora and more. The historical significance is that Marvel would eventually abandon […]
As a fan of Bendy figures, I’d have to say the Vic’s Incredible Hulk is a choice and logical item. He’ll fit it in great with my Mego Bend N Flex figures. Thanks to Steve for sending me this generous gift! New Six Million Dollar Man Shirt in our Redbubble store! Don’t forget to join […]
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It’s sadly looking like the end for Toys R Us in the United States, so let’s go and focus on when it was a growing company that made for an amazing experience. This Flyer from 1980 is so jam-packed with late 1970s pop culture that every page seems to have some Incredible Hulk or Wonder Woman […]
It was a well known fact that Spider-Man and Gene Simmons were in a licensing competition that still stands to this day.
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
As Rack Toys go, this one makes more sense than most Hulk branded items do, as I’m semi-positive that he probably can swim? Don’t hold me to that, I haven’t read a Hulk comic since 1979…