Sunday, May 16, 2010

Cool Stuff: DC Stuff and More!!

We'll start out this time around with some stickers!

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Wow, that Aquaman sticker with "Keep Strokin'" -- talk about a product of its time! More after the jump!


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Too bad they don't make sticker sets like these anymore... yeah, I know, I say that every time!

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DC Superheroes Greeting Cards! I'll have more of these coming up in a matter of months... well, maybe in a year... hard to tell when I'll get to certain photos sometimes!

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Superman and Batman intercoms!

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Here's some Wonder Woman cards from the same line as the cards above!

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Wonder Woman Colorforms!

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And now we're out of the DC stuff (pretty fast, wasn't it?), and into some Easy-Show Projectors... none of which I've managed to win on eBay... yet!
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The one above was produced in South America by "Lili Ledy," who picked up rights from a number of different toy companies in the USA!

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Evel Knievel Adventure Set by Colorforms! Been a while since we had any Evel Knievel stuff, eh?

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Here's some very vintage Flash Gordon costume stuff!

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Here's a lunchbox based on the Filmation animated Flash Gordon!

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Flash Gordon Board Game! Probably from the 1960s.

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Here's the box for Mego's Flash Gordon Playset!

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These Flash Gordon figures, on the other hand, were Mattel items based on that Filmation series!

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Get Smart! Spy Camera Set! Man, you'd never see anything like this on a toy department shelf these days, eh?

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Man, it's been a while since I had any GI Joe stuff to show you, hasn't it? Here's the Colorforms set!

Now, some Give-A-Show items!

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Got it...

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...got those in the big sets...

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...got it... heck, this might be the one I have!

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Don't have it! This was apparently the Australia edition!

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Don't have it! This was a UK-only version done by Chad Valley!

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Don't have it! This was based on the live-action TV series, and is also a UK item.

Next time: Greatest American Hero and more!

4 comments:

  1. Honestly, could you combine any more awesome in one post???

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  2. The GI Joe Adventure Team Colorforms bring back fond memories. I had to beg my grandma to get it for me but I had a lot of fun with it. Wish I would have found the Wonder Woman version. A GI Joe/Wonder Woman cross over would have been cool.

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  3. I'm wondering if that first Chad valley set wasn't UK as well.. I'm not sure how well UK stuff like 'Pinky and Perky' and Noddy did outside of the UK (though i know alot of UK shows were hits in Australia and that lead to alot of Australian spin-offs ('Father, Dear Feather Down Under', 'Grace and Favour' etc).. also, since Chad Valley did the UK release, i'm wondering if that hints a bit.. though it's possible they released it in australia too... hard to tell.. maybe a better look at the 'shows' list might help but i doubt it..

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  4. Wings -- If I can combine any more awesome in one post, I'll do it!

    Jamdin -- Good times, sounds like!

    Manic Man -- All the Chad Valley stuff was UK and Australia... they had the license from Kenner for Give-A-Show and Easy-Show.

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