The Warriors Toybox column debuts in Toy-Ventures Issue 8
Presenting the Warriors Toybox, a new regular column debuting in Toy-Ventures issue 8. The Warriors Toybox is the creation of Chance Priest, founder of Victory Comics and the Warriors of the Universe toy line.
I first met Chance while researching the book “Knock-Offs: Totally Unauthorized Action Figures,” and he was generous with not only his epic creations and his awe-inspiring collection.
Chance is a wonderful gent and a total trip to know. He’s also got super neat stuff, so I’m grateful to have him share and discuss some of his favourite items in each ongoing issue of Toy-Ventures magazine. Issue 8 will see Chance showcase some incredibly rare Remco Warrior Beasts items that are just breathtaking.
The Warriors Toybox is one of two new recurring columns coming to Toy-Ventures Magazine; look for that announcement later in the week.
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