After two days of comics-related posts... time for something a little different! How about Battlestar Galactica and Galactica 1980 items to begin with?
Here's a publicity still from the short-lived sequel to BG, and a Space Flight Activity Book below!
Yes, it's another of those Argentina puzzle blocks items! I don't recall how many more of these I have in my files yet to post.
This Cylon costume had the potential to be cool as hell, even with the eyeholes on the mask... pity. You know, I don't recall seeing any Cylon cosplay in any convention photos, ever...
Cylon Raider from the short-lived Mattel toy line. Note that this was the modified version that couldn't shoot missiles!
T-shirt with more of the Cylons!
I remember being very disappointed with this toy when I saw it on the shelves... it looks nothing like the ray guns Apollo and Starbuck used, not even the same color!
Loads of Galactica posters! Some of them were very cool!
Here's another of those Galactica toys from Mattel that looked like nothing from the TV show!
At least the Viper looked pretty cool!
Coming up, here's some board games of interest!
Two different Blondie games from two different eras!
Buck Rogers in the 25th Century game!
This Bugs Bunny game clearly had Western's art department doing the artwork, eh?
This Charlie Chan board game may be the oldest board game I have a picture of!
I can't imagine what kind of game they could make from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang...
The main image on the box of this Fantastic Voyage board game (based on the Filmation animated series) looks like it must've been used somewhere else, but I can't place it.
This board from the Fat Albert board game looks very well-designed, and fit in with the milieu of the animated show!
My Favorite Martian board game from Transogram! What the heck happened to that company, anyway? They had a lot of great toys, and then they seem to have vanished entirely.
This Felix the Cat board game obviously owes a lot to the Trans-Lux TV cartoons!
The Flintstones had a few board games, but this is one I've not posted a picture of before.
Yep, it's a Battlestar Galactica board game!
Next, it's a Hardy Boys game, based on Filmation's animated series! I remember being a fan of that show when it was originally on the air, but these days I can't find it anywhere!
Alfred Hitchcock Presents Why board game -- why? Because they thought it would sell, that's why!
This picture is a bit too small for me to tell if the art on this is based on the Rankin-Bass TV animated production of The Hobbit or not. Oh, wait, I have a close-up of the board...
Ah, it does appear to be based on it after all! Well, that's a relief.
Here's another Transogram game, this one featuring Huckleberry Hound and his friends!
Next, it's the board game of It's About Time, a very short-lived gimmick sitcom of the 60s!
I enjoyed the movie Krull, but I've never played the board game!
Too bad that only two of the game pieces are figural!
I'm sure there were lots of Lone Ranger board games after this one!
Lost in Space board game!
OK, I have to admit it... of all the board games I've posted pics of here, this Major Matt Mason one is probably the one I'd most like to own!
More board games to come in the next installment of "Cool Stuff"!