Sunday, August 08, 2010

Cool Stuff: Marvel Stuff!

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Marx Toys produced this walking Captain America "robot" in 1967! There's more vintage Marvel goodies coming your way after the jump!

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1967 Marvelmania stickers!

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1967 Marx Toys wind-up Spider-Man toy!

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Here's a few pages from the 1968 TV Guide, in which this interesting painting of the Marvel Super-Heroes charging more conventional animated characters appeared!

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Here's two different photos of some 1971 Marvel buttons!

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Here's a couple of pages from the 1974 Marvel Value Stamps book!

And now, some 1975 Marvel humor stickers!
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I'll present the rest of the stickers next time around!

3 comments:

  1. that TV guide image is pretty intresting.. not tht best artwork in the world but not the worse.. I woonder if DC comics made a fuss that the Marvel characters are all at the front and visible, where the DC characters are more hidden at the back?

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  2. That TV guide shot is surely the only time you'll see the Hulk, Aquaman, Bugs Bunny, and Huckleberry Hound all in the same place.

    Love the Marvel stickers--I had them as a kid. Looking back, some of the jokes are way above kids' heads!

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  3. Manic Man - We'll probably never know!

    Rob - Yes, it's a unique grouping of characters! I used to have a few of those stickers myself when I was a kid, at least I was able to "re-acquire" them virtually!

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