Thursday, February 06, 2020

5 Awesome Things on eBay this week



Kenner Bionic Woman store display I have a real fixation for old store displays and I totally remember seeing this in stores. The seller has told me they have a Bionic Man one kicking around as well. I don't have the money for this but it will be fun to watch.




German Kung Fu Comic Books- We didn't get much Kung Fu merchandise here and well, even though I don't read German, I already have some of these on the way.



Batman Stunt Cycle by AHI- I'll never stop mooning over 70s rack toys, the wonderful card art and the drug store temptations. I've mentioned this before but i actually got locked in a drug store as a kid because i was sitting in the toy aisle obsessing over this crap and that had no effect on me whatsoever!



Chemtoy Playhouse Pantry- I remember loving these sets but now the nostalgia is all tied into the  vintage design of all the packaging.




New Zoo Review Freddy the Frog Iron-On:  New Zoo Review was on before "Star Blazers" (and after "Great Space Coaster") when I was a kid, so i never missed it even though I was too old for it. I developed a real crush on Emmy Jo (she was hawt!).






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7 comments:

Tom said...

I had the Spider-man version of the Batman motorcycle. It was one of the few toys that lived up to the hype ("Flips, jumps, somersaults, wheelie action"). Although I'm pretty sure the backing card is the "stunt ramp". I had a blast with it until it broke. I recall liking the Spider-man figure because it actually looked like Spider-man unlike other Spider-man figures of the time. I kept the figure for years.

Count Robot said...

A friend of mine still has a crush on her!

YesterdayIsNow said...

New "Mission Purse"? LOL! Did Six Miliion Dollar Man have an Acion Wallet?

John Matthew Stater said...

Back in the 1990s, I worked at the Video Park in Las Vegas. It was the world's largest video store - super cool place to work. One day I was helping a woman at the counter and realized that it was Emmy Jo - she and Doug are native Las Vegans, and the show was filmed here. Very pretty woman. I helped Doug once as well - looked almost exactly the same as he did on those old shows - same mustache and everything.

Count Robot said...

John Matthew Stater
That is cool!

Seventiesfan said...

I remember New Zoo Revue very well, and a few years ago I found (on Ebay) a videotape with a couple of episodes. I don't know why this show isn't airing on one of the numerous classic TV channels we have now (they're all I watch).

And yes, I also liked "his helper Emmy Jo"!

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