Monday, July 03, 2017

The Undercover Story of Big Jim's P.A.C.K

One of the most charming things about the Big Jim's P.A.C.K toyline is it's use of comics to market to children. They also employed legends to do them. The initial designs were by Jack Kirby and the later giveaway comic book was drawn by John Buscema.

All of the later packaging had comic stories on the back, I've showcased the Torpedo Fist one here but thought it would be fun to look at the origin of the P.A.C.K on the back of double trouble Big Jim's box.

Let's begin after jump!

I want to add that if anyone can recognize the artist, I'd be in your debt.

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1 comment:

Seventiesfan said...

It's interesting that I have over 20 Big Jim figures and several other items including the Sports Camper and Sky Commander, but I don't have that P.A.C.K. figure. I do have the similar Secret Agent 004 figure.


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