Toy-Ventures: Epic Toy Trek Part 2 Ayyyyyyyy, we wrap up our Toy Trek with an impossible mission, two flea markets, three antique malls, 250 miles in one day. Check out what we saw and what we got! I promise it’s neat! Places Visited: Joi De Vintage facebook.com/JoieVintage Pinery Market pinerymarket.com Aberfoyle Antique Market […]
Strange Change kits were introduced in 1974 by MPC, it’s a hybrid toy/model kit with a little horror and science fiction sprinkled in. It surprises me that these weren’t a bigger deal. It seems that it never got past the original three designs which are a Vampire, a Mummy and an extremely clever time machine. […]
5 Spooky Things on eBay this week King Kong Socks (eBay Link)- I think the 70s Kong remake isn’t as memorable as a film as it is a poster. That thing is iconic! JAWS Collegeville Halloween Costume (eBay Link) I think Collegeville sold a bajillion of these, I vividly remember seeing a slew of those […]
I really want to give AMT mad props for including the show’s true star in the cabin. I also like to pretend that “BJ and the Bear” took place in the “Planet of the Apes” universe and Bear would eventually rise up over his oppressor. Don’t forget to join our new facebook group. Get the […]
I won’t lie to you, I’ve dreamt of these guys getting together. New Six Million Dollar Man Shirt in our Redbubble store! Don’t forget to join our new facebook group. Get the expanded digital edition of Rack Toys here.
MPC Star Wars models will always remind me of a funny story, well if you’re my dad, you wouldn’t laugh. You see in third grade, this cool kid named Andrew (that’s his real name, cause I doubt he’s a reader) brought in his fully assembled C3-PO model and somehow, i became “salesman of the year” […]
I bet the Hulk’s pick up has truck nuts. We have a PodCast! It’s fun, please listen. Check out our Instagram for more stuff like this blog. Get the expanded digital edition of Rack Toys here.
For the record, 1941 wasn’t the biggest hit of 1979 (it was 24th), that title went to “Kramer Vs Kramer” but had much more disappointing merchandise. Check out our Instagram Get the expanded digital edition of Rack Toys here.
1976 was the year we reached “Peak Fonzie” Check out our Instagram Get the expanded digital edition of Rack Toys here.
There is something so charming about a company shoving an old toy into a new license’s box and hoping nobody would notice. Like our Facebook Page Check out our Instagram Get the expanded digital edition of Rack Toys here.