Should be an all-Spidey edition this time around!
I'll never understand the reasoning for producing a Spidey bubble gun (aside from figuring kids would want it, and therefore they'd make money)...
A nice-looking centerpiece for your Spidey-themed party!
This is an extremely well-designed clock, if you ask me!
Out of the "Where's Waldo" kind of stuff, it's Spidey Find-Ems!
I'm not sure why Captain America is on the card for the Spidey Flying Web toy!
Very cool Green Goblin patch!
Here's a 1978 Gulliver figure from Brazil!
And here's a Green Goblin from the same year and manufacturer!
I wonder what the first portable radio shaped like someone's head was? Here's a Spidey one.
I used to have one of these rubber Spider-Man masks! I recall only putting it on once, and it was very difficult to get off!
My son Tristan would probably love this Spidey night light!
Paint n Puff set! Don't see too much stuff like this in licensed super-hero product!
Power Records' "The Mark of the Man-Wolf"! I used to have this when I was a kid. I wish I knew for certain, but I've always thought that the voice of Spider-Man was done by Peter Fernandez, better known for voicing Speed Racer!
Spidey and Captain America Ricochet Racers set!
Sal Q Productions Spidey Portfolio! Great stuff!
Dig the vintage art on this Spider-Man sleeping bag! Even Stegron, the Dinosaur Man is there!
Here's AHI's Spider-Man speed boat! The AHI philosphy seemed to be, "If Batman can have it, Spider-Man and the Hulk (and other licenses they held) could have it too!"
That's it for Spidey Stuff! Next time around, we'll at least start with Star Trek stuff!