Toys & Games


 

 Featured Toy Post:

Frankentoys: The Top 10 Frankenstein Games and Toys of the 1960s, '70s, and '80s

My top 10 list of vintage Frankenstein toys from the 1960s, '70s, and '80s.  These are all toys that were inspired by or feature Frankenstien's Monster, either individually or as part of a line of toys that Frankenstein was a part of.

 

Most Recent Toy Posts: 

 

Funko Garbage Pail Kids Vinyl Figures: Mad Mike, Ali Gator, and Dead Ted

I'm back for round 3 of my look at Funko's Garbage Pail Kids Really Big Mystery Minis Vinyl Figures.  In my previous installments I featured Tee-Vee Stevie, Adam Bomb, New Wave Dave, Bony Tony, Nasty Nick, amd Hot Scott.  Today I'm looking at Mad Mike (a Conan-style barbarian), Ali Gator (half kid, half alligator), and Dead Ted (a rotting zombie).  

 

 

Kenner Super Powers Aquaman Action Figure (1984)

Aquaman was one of the characters featured in the first wave of Kenner Super Powers figures in 1984.  He originally came with a trident which I sadly no longer own.  He also came packed with a mini-comic where he teamed up with The Flash to fight The Penguin.  I was going to say that was an odd combination of characters, but then I thought about it, and penguins are aquatic birds, and The Flash does have the power to run on water, so I guess it works.

Batman: The Brave and the Bold Knight Battle Batman (Mattel, 2011) 

Knight Battle Batman has a striking red and black color scheme that reminds me of the 1966 Batmobile (although technically that Batmobile is actually orange and black).  His bat-symbol on his chest isn't very batty, though.  It almost looks more like Nightwing's symbol than Batman's.  The figure has a translucent red cape, a removable helmet, and a flight pack and bazooka that plug into the figure's hex holes.  It has 7 points of articulation at the legs, shoulders, elbows, and head. This is a kids' toy first, it's not really designed for adult collectors, but if you're still a kid-at-heart, this is fun line of toys to collect.

Kenner Super Powers Green Lantern Action Figure (1984)

Kenner released Green Lantern as part of the first series of Super Powers figures in 1984.  The figure came packed with a lantern that he could carry in his left hand, and a mini-comic featuring Green Lantern teaming up with Robin to fight The Joker.  By squeezing his legs together, you would activate his "Power Action" feature, causing his right arm to rise up, as if he was aiming his Green Lantern power ring.  I don't have his lantern, so I did the next best thing and gave him a green fish to hold in his hand instead.  This in turn attracted Super Powers Aquaman, sniffing around the fish.  Enjoy my photos.

Mork From Ork Action Figure (1980, Mattel)

This Mork From Ork action figure was produced by Mattel in 1980.  It came packaged inside a space egg, kind of like the Xeonomorphs from Alien.  Mork was an insane space alien who had come to Earth to prepare it for conquest by his home planet.  At least I think so, I haven't actually watched the show since I was a kid... but that sounds about right.  He was played with psychotic verve by Robin Williams, who you may remember from his frightening role as killer Walter Finch in Insomnia.


My "Mad Monster" Collection

Happy Halloween, everybody.  For my final post for this year's Countdown to Halloween, I thought I'd take a group photograph all of the Mego style 8 inch cloth outfit monster figures I've been featuring this month.  Hopefully my collection will be even bigger next year!

 

 

Universal Monsters Retro Cloth Figure Creature From the Black Lagoon (2012, Diamond Select and Emce Toys) 

The Creature From the Black Lagoon was released in 2012, alongside The Bride of Frankenstein as part of the third series of Diamond Select and Emce Toys Retro Cloth Universal Monsters figures.  It features an interesting mix of cloth and plastic that's a little unusual, but works very well.

 

Herman Munster 8 Inch Retro Cloth Action Figure (2004, Classic TV Toys)

In 2004, Classic TV Toys released a line of 8 inch "The Munsters" action figures in the retro Mego style.  Today I'll be looking at "Herman Munster" from this line.  This Herman Munster figure has a nice headsculpt.  It's not as detailed as the Diamond Select Herman Munster action figures.  It's a bit more simplified and cartoony, but that works well for this type of retro figure.  It does a nice job of capturing the likeness and goofy charm of Fred Gwynne as Herman Munster.

 

Universal Monsters Retro Cloth Figure Frankenstein (2010, Diamond Select and Emce Toys) 

I think this is a great figure.  I mean, he has a fantastic face sculpt with lots of fine details, pretty much the opposite of the cartoony Remco Frankenstein figure I featured yesterday.  He also has great hands, and they did a really clever thing were they incorporated the hinge on the articulated wrist of the action figure into the sculpt.  And even though I only have one of his boots, that one boot is a perfect boot.  They probably could have gotten away with some generic Mego boots and no one would have complained... but given him these extra thick platform boots, just like the ones Karloff wore in the movies, really takes this figure to another level.

 

Remco 9 Inch Frankenstein Monster Action Figure (1980)

Earlier this month, I looked at "Count Dracula" from Remco's 1980-1981 line of 9 inch cloth outfit Universal Monsters action figures.  Today I'm featuring Remco's "Frankenstein Monster."  All of these figures have strange looking accordion-like arms under their clothes (see pic below) and a button on their backs.  When you press the button, their arms contract, as if they were crushing their victims.  Either that or they're just really friendly and want to give you a hug.  This figure has a simple, almost cartoonish sculpt, but it has all the key elements and is immediately recognizable as Frankenstein's Monster. It reminds me more of Lon Chaney Jr.'s version of The Monster than of Boris Karloff's.  I'm a big Frankenstein fan, so of course I love this figure.  What do you think?


 

More Featured Toy Posts:  

Universal Monsters 9 Inch Scale The Mummy (2014 Mezco Toyz)

Mezco's Universal Monsters 9 Inch Scale The Mummy is part of their line of stylized Universal Monster figures that also includes The Creature From The Black Lagoon and Frankenstein's Monster.  The figures have exaggerated features that highlight their monstrosity, and they look great on display together.

Universal Monsters Retro Cloth Figure Phantom of the Opera (2013, Diamond Select and Emce Toys) 

The Phantom of the Opera was part of the fourth and final wave of Universal Monsters Retro Cloth Figures by Diamond Select and Emce Toys.  While it was sad to see this series of figures end, they really picked a great figure to go out on. This Phantom of the Opera figure is one of the best looking Mego style figures ever!  His costume, his sculpt, his paint... it's all top notch.  I'm not even that big of a Phantom guy, but I just love this figure. 

Jaws ReAction Figures from Funko

Here's a few photos I took of the Jaws ReAction figures from Funko.  I have all the standard figures from this series: Brody, Hooper, Quint, and the Shark.  There's also a limited set that comes with a bloody version of the Shark and Quint, and Quint has an alternate headsculpt with a headband instead of a hat.  I don't have that one, but if you're a big Jaws fan, it's probably worth it to track one down.

Funko Garbage Pail Kids Vinyl Figures: Bony Tony, Hot Scott, and Nasty Nick


Alright, I'm back for round 2 of my look at Funko's Garbage Pail Kids Really Big Mystery Minis Vinyl Figures.  Last time I examined Tee-Vee Stevie, Adam Bomb, and New Wave Dave.  This time I'm featuring some of the scarier figures from this line:  Bony Tony (the kid whose face unzips to expose his skull), Nasty Nick (a Bela Lugosi style Vampire) and Hot Scott (he's the Devil!).

 

 

Funko Garbage Pail Kids Vinyl Figures: Tee-Vee Stevie, Adam Bomb, and New Wave Dave

Recently, I got pretty excited to hear that Funko was coming out with a new series of vinyl figures based on the classic Garbage Pail Kids designs.  I was a little concerned when I heard they were going to be randomly assorted blind-boxed figures, because I thought I would have to buy multiple copies of the figures to complete the collection.  Yeah, the trading cards were the same way, but they were inexpensive, and you could trade them with other kids to complete your collection.  I was worried that I would have to spend hundreds of dollars if I wanted to collect all of these figures.  Luckily, it turns out that they pack exactly one of each figure in their retailer cases, so if you buy the whole case, you get the whole collection in one shot.  Plus, you get the retailer display as well, which is a bonus.  So now I have the whole collection, and I love them all.  Funko really nailed it with this line.

Playmates' Classic Star Trek Bridge Set (1993)

Playmates began releasing Star Trek: The Next Generation action figures in 1992.  After a year of success with the Next Generation figures, they expanded their reach in to other TV and movie figures from the Star Trek universe.  When they released their first figures for the classic 1960s TV series, they did it in a big way, with a box set featuring all seven of the main Enterprise crew members and a cardboard diorama of the Enterprise bridge.  For a Classic Star Trek fan, this gave you an instant collection and display piece in one box, making a must-have item for any original series Star Trek toy collector


Mego Star Trek Aliens Neptunian (1975)

The Neptunian does not appear to be based on anything that ever actually appeared on Star Trek.  In fact, it looks more like some kind of mutated version of Mego's Green Goblin figure from it's World's Greatest Super Heroes line.  But it's that weirdness that makes the figure so great!

 


Funko ReAction Star Trek Wave 1 Action Figures

Wave 1 of Funko's Star Trek ReAction figures is now out, featuring four characters from the classic 1960s TV show.  So click on the link to check out my photos and review of the action figure representations of Lieutenant Hikaru Sulu, Commander Spock, Lieutenant Nyota Uhura, and Dr. Leonard "Bones" McCoy.

 



Legends of Cthulhu - The Professor and the Deep Ones

I've been spending all week playing with and photographing my new set of Legends of Cthulhu action figures from Warpo.  I ended up taking so many photos that it's taking me forever to sort through them all, so I decided to split my review up into a few different posts.  So today I'll be looking at The Professor and The Deep Ones.  Both figures feature the standard retro style 5 points of articulation.  The Deep Ones come with a spear, and the Professor comes with a gun and a small green Cthulhu idol.  The Professor is about 4 inches tall, and the Deep One is about 3 1/2, and they fit in great with similar sized figures like Kenner Star Wars or Funko ReAction.

Batman Classic TV Series 25 Piece Crime Fighting Accessory Pack

Today I'm playing with the Batman Classic TV Series 25 Piece Crime Fighting Accessory Pack from Figures Toy Company.  It's a collection of great accessories to go with FTC's line of Batman '66 8 inch Mego-Style retro action figures.  The accessory pack comes with a pair of alternate "Bat Breather" heads for Batman and Robin, a spare utility belt, 3 sets of Batcuffs, 3 sets of Batarangs, a briefcase crime lab, a bust of William Shakespeare, 2 Batphones, a Bat Bazooka, a set of Oceanic Repellent Bat Sprays, a bomb, 2 radios, 2 walkie-talkies, and 2 Bat-Shileds.  All of these accessories come straight from the TV show or the 1966 Batman movie, and they are must haves if you are setting up a Batcave diorama, or just need some fun stuff for your figures to play with.

Vintage Friday! Tomy 1982 Tron Action Figures (20th Anniversary NECA Reissue)

Tron action figures were originally released by Tomy in 1982.  There were four figures, Tron, Sark, Flynn, and a generic soldier/guard dubbed "The Warrior."  In addition, Tomy produced two lightcycles, red and yellow, that the figures could ride in.  The figures were molded in translucent plastic with minimal stylized paint apps.  Tron, Flynn, and Stark had 5 points of articulation (head, legs, and arms) and came with a glow in the dark disc that they could hold in their hands, or plug in to a hole in their backs.  The Warrior had 4 points of articulation (arms and legs) and came with a glow in the dark staff.  The figures are a little bigger than Kenner Star Wars figures, but still in the same basic scale.  They are more like a full 4 inches than Kenner's 3.75 inch figures.

 

Fisher-Price Adventure People Alpha Star (1983)

The "Alpha Star" is one of my favorite toys from the Fisher-Price Adventure People.   It was first released in 1983, and came with a motorized planetary rover and detachable trailer, both with a bunch of fun interactive features.  It also included an astronaut, a robot, and an alien creature.  It had everything a kid would need to have some awesome planet exploring adventures.

 

Retro Wednesday! Funko's The Goonies ReAction Figures: Mikey, Data, and Mouth

I've featured Sloth and Chunk from Funko's The Goonies ReAction figures earlier on this blog.  Today, I'm going to finish up the Goonies with the the other figures in the line: Mikey, Data, and Mouth.  There all pretty good figures, making The Goonies one of my favorite sets of action figures from the ReAction line so far.

 

Vintage Friday! Socket Poppers/Con-Nec-Tors Swamp Monster, Mutant, and Cyclops (1990) 

This week's theme is "BEYOND THE STARS AND BENEATH THE WAVES: A Week of Space Monsters and Sea Creatures!"  And we've got that covered and then some in this post!  Today I'll be looking at three vintage monsters from the Socket Poppers/Con-Nec-Tors toylines.  Grumo the Swamp Monster, Alantide the Mutant, and Trilor the Cyclops.  In addition to the toy review, I also made a scary (or maybe just a kind of weird) Halloween photocomic starring these figures, along with a few vintage action figure guest stars.
Vintage Friday! Socket Poppers/Con-Nec-Tors Swamp Monster, Mutant, and Cyclops (1990)

 

Retro Friday! It's a Harry Hamlin Toga Party!

There was a long tradition of TV shows being made into 3 3/4" action figure lines in the 1970s and 1980s.  Adventure shows like Battlestar Galactica, The Dukes of Hazard, The A-Team, and Buck Rogers all had 3 3/4" action figures.  Some odder choices, like M.A.S.H., Mork and Mindy, and The Love Boat got the action figure treatment as well.  Still, I was certainly surprised to find out that they made an action figure of Harry Hamlin from the TV show L.A. Law!  Read all about it after the break, in this week's edition of Retro Fridays

 

Retro Friday! Kenner's 1978 Princess Leia Action Figure

Retro Fridays
Of the original 20 Star Wars action figures Kenner released in 1978, there were only two figures that I didn't own as a kid.  The first was "Death Squad Commander," because I just never wanted him.  I mean, he was basically just some generic guy walking around in the background with a big black salad bowl on his head, why would I want a figure of that dude?  The second was "Princess Leia."  I'm not sure why I never owned this figure, I'm guessing that my parents and relatives who were buying me my Star Wars toys thought Princess Leia was just for girls.  I eventually got a different Leia figure (in her Hoth outfit) a few years later, when the Empire Strikes Back toys were released.  But the classic 1978 Princess Leia figure never had a place in my toy collection... until now!  And now that I do have Princess Leia for the first time, what do I think?  Find out after the break!

Retro Friday! Tomland's 1977 Starroid Raiders "Newt" Action Figure

Welcome to the first installment of "Retro Fridays."  Every Friday I will be featuring a different vintage 3 and 3/4 inch action figure from the 1970s or 1980s.  From action figure lines like Kenner's Star Wars, Fisher-Price's Adventure People, Mego's Pocket Heroes, Mattel's Battlestar Galactica, and more.  This week, I'll be looking at "Newt," a weird robot from Tomland's Starroid Raiders collection.


Millions of Unusual Small Creatures Lurking Everywhere!


While I was thrift store shopping for cool toys the other day I came across a big sack of M.U.S.C.L.E. men.  They aren't something I normally collect, but there were 51 M.U.S.C.L.E.guys, plus a few other figures, all for less than 3 bucks.  At that price, I couldn't resist.  I set them up on an Imaginext Space Station playset that I bought at the same store for less than 4 bucks.  Check them out!

 

Super7 and Funko's Alien ReAction Figures

Super7 and Funko's Alien ReAction Figures are recreations of toys Kenner designed in 1979, but never actually released.  In the years since, the figures have achieved something of legendary, "lost classic" status among toy collectors.  The hopes were high for Super7's version of these toys, and they really delivered.  These toys are perfect, and fit in great alongside Star Wars and other vintage 3.75" figures from the '70s and '80s.

 

 

Beavis and Butt-Head Vinyl Figures from Funko

The final day of my Beavis and Butt-Head Christmas celebration is here, with my review of Funko's Beavis and Butt-Head vinyl figures.  Will Funko's Beavis and Butt-Head vinyl figures make the perfect stocking stuffers, or will they be a lump of coal?  Read on to find out!

 

 

 





Complete List of My Toys & Games Posts: 


  1. Funko Garbage Pail Kids Vinyl Figures: Mad Mike, Ali Gator, and Dead Ted
  2. Kenner Super Powers Aquaman Action Figure (1984)
  3. Batman: The Brave and the Bold Knight Battle Batman (Mattel, 2011)
  4. Kenner Super Powers Green Lantern Action Figure (1984)
  5. Mork From Ork Action Figure (1980, Mattel)
  6. Remco 9 Inch Frankenstein Monster Action Figure (1980) 
  7. Universal Monsters Retro Cloth Figure Frankenstein (2010, Diamond Select and Emce Toys) 
  8. Herman Munster 8 Inch Retro Cloth Action Figure (2004, Classic TV Toys)
  9. Universal Monsters Retro Cloth Figure Creature From the Black Lagoon (2012, Diamond Select and Emce Toys) 
  10. My "Mad Monster" Collection 
  11. Universal Monsters Retro Cloth Figure The Wolf Man (2010, Diamond Select and Emce Toys)
  12. Universal Monsters Retro Cloth Figure Metaluna Mutant (2013, Diamond Select and Emce Toys)
  13. Custom Tomland Monster #6: Cyclops
  14. Custom Tomland Monsters #4 and #5: Yog and Zhor 
  15. Custom Tomland Monster #3: Morlock 
  16. Custom Tomland Monster #2: The Abominable Snowman  
  17. Custom Tomland Monster #1: The Fly
  18. Classic TV Toys Coffin 
  19. Universal Monsters Retro Cloth Figure The Bride of Frankenstein (2012, Diamond Select and Emce Toys) 
  20. Universal Monsters Retro Cloth Figure The Mummy (2011, Diamond Select and Emce Toys)
  21. Universal Monsters 9 Inch Scale The Mummy (2014 Mezco Toyz)
  22. 8 Inch Skeleton Articulated Figure (Classic TV Toys) 
  23. Universal Monsters Retro Cloth Figure Dracula (2011, Diamond Select and Emce Toys)
  24. Remco 9 Inch Count Dracula Action Figure (1980)
  25. Elvira: Mistress of the Dark (1998, Figures Toy Company)
  26. Mad Monster Castle
  27. Jaws ReAction Figures from Funko
  28. Funko Garbage Pail Kids Vinyl Figures: Bony Tony, Hot Scott, and Nasty Nick
  29. Funko Garbage Pail Kids Vinyl Figures: Tee-Vee Stevie, Adam Bomb, and New Wave Dave
  30. Two-Face! Batman Animated Action Figures: Vintage Figures from Kenner, Modern Figures from DC Collectibles
  31. Awesome New Batman Action Figure Commercial
  32. Playmates Classic Star Trek Action Figures: Andorian, Captain Koloth, and Harry Mudd (1997-1998)
  33. May the Fourth Be With You
  34. Playmates' Classic Star Trek Bridge Set (1993)
  35. Mego Star Trek Aliens Neptunian (1975)
  36. Funko ReAction Star Trek Wave 1 Action Figures
  37. Legends of Cthulhu - The Cultists and the Spawn of Cthulhu 
  38. Legends of Cthulhu - The Professor and the Deep Ones
  39. Batman Classic TV Series 25 Piece Crime Fighting Accessory Pack
  40. Funko ReAction Kane With Facehugger Action Figure
  41. Funko ReAction Alien With Metallic Flesh Action Figure
  42. Vintage Friday! Tomy 1982 Tron Action Figures (20th Anniversary NECA Reissue)
  43. Retro Wednesday! Funko Reaction The Terminator and T800 Terminator Action Figures 
  44.  Vintage Friday! Kenner Star Wars Action Figures: Han Solo and Chewbacca 
  45. Retro Wednesday! Funko's The Goonies ReAction Figures: Mikey, Data, and Mouth
  46. Vintage Friday! 1995 Power of the Force Landspeeder
  47. Dollar Store Robocop Action Figures
  48. Retro Wednesday! Funko Buffy the Vampire ReAction Figure
  49. Retro Wednesday! Funk Pulp Fiction ReAction Figures: Vincent Vega and Mia Wallace
  50. Fisher-Price Adventure People Alpha Star (1983)
  51. Retro Wednesday! Funko Pulp Fiction ReAction Figures! Jules Winnfield and Jimmy Dimmick
  52. Halloweekend / Funko Universal Monsters ReAction Figures Creature From the Black Lagoon Photo
  53. Halloweekend / Funko Universal Monsters ReAction Figures Dracula Photo
  54. Halloweekend / Funko Universal Monsters ReAction Figures Wolf Man Uncaged
  55. Halloweekend / Funko Universal Monsters ReAction Figures Wolf Man Behind Bars
  56. Halloweekend / Funko Universal Monsters ReAction Figures The Mummy
  57. Halloweekend / Funko Universal Monsters ReAction Figures The Phantom Lurks in the Shadows
  58. Halloweekend / Funko Universal Monsters ReAction Figures The Bride Walks
  59. Halloweekend / Funko Universal Monsters ReAction Figures Portrait of a Monster
  60. Halloweekend / Funko Universal Monsters ReAction Figures Frankenstein Unchained
  61. Halloweekend / Funko Universal Monsters ReAction Figures The Invisible Man Photo
  62. Halloweekend / Funko Universal Monsters ReAction Figures Invisible Man in the Window
  63. Halloweekend / Funko Universal Monsters ReAction Figures Wolf Man Photo
  64. Halloweekend / Funko Universal Monsters ReAction Figures at Castle Dracula
  65. Halloweekend / Funko Universal Monsters ReAction Figures In Their Cards
  66. Halloweekend / Funko Universal Monsters ReAction Figures
  67. Vintage Friday! Socket Poppers/Con-nec-tors Dr. Dracula the Vampire (1990)
  68. Vintage Friday! Clash of the Titans Charon Action Figure (1981)
  69. Your are now entering... The Twilight Zone
  70. Countdown to Halloween Random Toy Grab Bag
  71. Retro Wednesday! Funko ReAction Freddy Krueger
  72. Retro Wednesday! Funko Universal Monsters The Wolf Man ReAction Figure
  73. Sideshow Toys' Frankenstein's Monster Boris Karloff Action Figure (1998)
  74. Halloween Week Begins With My Custom Phantom Hellscape Playset!
  75. Vintage Friday! Socket Poppers/Con-Nec-Tors Swamp Monster, Mutant, and Cyclops (1990)
  76. Vintage Friday! Micronauts Alien Invaders (1980)
  77. Retro Wednesday! The Creature From The Black Lagoon Funko ReAction Figure
  78. Sundry Monday! Uncle Gilbert from Diamond Select's The Munsters, Plus the Collect and Connect Staircase
  79. Sundry Monday! The Metaluna Mutant from Diamond Select's Universal Monsters
  80. Vintage Friday! Moltar, "The Prince of Chaos" from Remco's The Saga of Crystar Action Figures (1982)
  81. Vintage Friday! "The Remco Dracula Picture Show," Featuring the 1979 Remco Mini Monster Dracula
  82. Vintage Friday! Beastman, from Mattel's Flash Gordon Action Figures (1980)
  83. Retro Wednedsay! Bif Bang Pow's Twilight Zone Action Figures: Bob Wilson and The Gremlin
  84. Sundry Monday! Raceway Lily and Hotrod Grandpa Action Figures from Diamond Select's The Munsters
  85. Vintage Friday! McFarlane Toys Mummy Playset (1998)
  86. Retro Wednesday! Funko and Super 7's "The Mummy" ReAction Figure
  87. Vintage Friday! Socket Poppers/Con-Nec-Tors Garza the Mummy (1990)
  88. Retro Wednesday! Funko ReAction Frankenstein and Bride of Frankenstein
  89. Sundry Monday! Diamond Select's The Munsters Hotrod Herman Action Figure
  90. Vintage Friday! McFarlane Toys' The Phantom of the Opera Playset (1998)
  91. Retro Wednesday! Halloween Michael Myers ReAction Figure
  92. Vintage Friday! Zardeth, "The Wizard Who Worshipped Chaos" from Remco's The Saga of Crystar Action Figures (1982)
  93. Get Creeped Out By The Phantom of the Opera and The Invisible Man ReAction Figures, the Subjects of This Week's Retro Wednesday!
  94. Sundry Monday! Figures Toy Company's Batman Classic TV 8 Inch Retro Superheroes
  95. Retro Friday! It's "Adam Alpha," The Fisher-Price Adventure People Astronaut! (1980)
  96. Retro Wednesday! It's "Chunk Versus Dracula", as we look at Funko and Super 7's The Goonies Chunk ReAction Figure!
  97. Sundry Monday! "Taste the Rambo!" as NECA's First Blood Rambo Goes Head to Head with Clubber Lang!
  98. Retro Friday! Fisher-Price Adventure People's Clawtron (1980)
  99. Retro Wednesday! Funko and Super 7's The Terminator ReAction figures: Chrome T800 Endoskeleton and Kyle Reese
  100. Sundry Monday! Hey, Hey, We're the Apemen, and People Say We Monkey Around!
  101. Retro Friday! It's a Harry Hamlin Toga Party!
  102. Klaatu Barada Nikto! It's Amok Time's "The Day the Earth Stood Still" Retro Action Figures in This Week's Retro Wednesday!
  103. Retro Friday! Kenner's 1978 Princess Leia Action Figure
  104. Retro Wednesday! Funko and Super 7's SDCC 2014 Sloth ReAction Figure
  105. Retro Friday! Tomland's 1977 Starroid Raiders "Newt" Action Figure
  106. Retro Wednesday! Funko and Super 7's The Rocketeer ReAction Figure
  107. Final Week for the Amazing Heroes Kickstarter!
  108. The Four Horsemen's Power Lords Action Figures
  109. Millions of Unusual Small Creatures Lurking Everywhere! 
  110. 99 Cents Store Double Feature Part 1: Halloween in July 
  111.  99 Cents Store Double Feature Part 2: Military Play Sets
  112. Fresh Monkey Fiction's Amazing Heroes Action Figures
  113. Super7 and Funko's Alien ReAction Figures
  114. Zica Toys' Six Million Dollar Man Action Figures
  115. Andre the Giant Body Slams Lee Majors
  116. Retro Kenner-Style 3 ¾" Action Figures
  117. More Cool 3 ¾" Action Figures
  118. Holy Nostalgia, Batman!  Retro-Styled 2014 Batman Figures
  119. Holy Nostalgia, Batman!  Retro-Styled 2014 Batman Figures (Part 2)
  120. The Best of the Rest: More 6 and 7 Inch Action Figures 
  121. 1:12 Scale Hot Wheels Elite 1966 TV Series Batcycle
  122. Neat Toys I Won from ThEpicReview's Halloween Grab Bag Contest!
  123. Mattel's Batman Classic TV Batmobile
  124. Mattel's Batman Classics 1966 TV Moments Batman and Robin Action Figure 2-Pack Diamond Select Toys Munsters Select Marilyn & Eddie Action Figures
  125. Mad Monsters by Figures Toy Co. aka Classic TV Toys
  126. Mezco's Universal Monsters 9-Inch Frankenstein Action Figure
  127. Diamond Select Toys Munsters Select Grandpa Action Figure 
  128. Diamond Select Toys Munsters Select Lily Munster Action Figure
  129. Toywatch: Zica Toy's 3.75" Six Million Dollar Man Action Figures
  130. Biff Bang Pow's Venture Brothers 3 3/4" Plastic Action Figures: Brock Samson and Dr. Mrs. The Monarch
  131. Biff Bang Pow's 3 3/4" Venture Brothers Action Figures - Hank and Dean Venture
  132. New Toys in the Mail! Venture Brothers and Batman 1966!
  133. My Trip to the Flea Market
  134. More Batman 1966 Stuff From Toy Fair
  135. First Images of Batman 1966 Action Figures and Batmobile Revealed!
  136. Thrift Store Thursdays: Batman! Batman! Batman!
  137. Thrift Store Thursdays: Vader Mania, Imaginext, Batman, Bart Simpson, and More!
  138. Outer Space Men: Metamorpho action figure by The Four Horsemen
  139. Diamond Select Toys Munsters Select: Herman Munster Action Figure
  140. Thrift Store Thursdays: Loads of Batman, Plus Spider-Man, Star Trek, and More  
  141. Funko's DC Universe Batman Wacky Wobbler Bobblehead
  142. Thrift Store Thursdays - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Board Game, Imaginext Stuff, and More
  143. Diamond Select's Universal Monsters Retro Cloth Figure: The Bride of Frankenstein 
  144. Thrift Store Thursdays - Batman, Superman, Annie Oakley and More!
  145. "I Won a Funko Pop Batman!"
  146. Beavis and Butt-Head Vinyl Figures from Funko  
  147. My Halloween Toys 2012  
  148. Diamond Select Toys Universal Monsters Select The Bride of Frankenstein Action Figure 
  149. Sideshow Toys The Bride of Frankenstein Elsa Lanchester Action Figure (1999)
  150. Frankentoys: The Top 10 Frankenstein Games and Toys of the 1960s, '70s, and '80s, Part Three
  151. Frankentoys: The Top 10 Frankenstein Games and Toys of the 1960s, '70s, and '80s, Part Two
  152. Frankentoys: The Top 10 Frankenstein Games and Toys of the 1960s, '70s, and '80s, Part One
  153. Diamond Select Toys Universal Monsters Select The Mummy Action Figure
  154. Diamond Select Toys Universal Monsters Select Frankenstein Action Figure 
  155. Toy Collection, Part 3: Batman and Vincent Price 
  156. Toy Collection, Part 2: New, Used, and Vintage 
  157. Toy Collection, Part 1: Digging my toys out of my closet...
  158. Lincolnstein and Other Presidential Monsters



     


     

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