Wednesday, October 09, 2019

Halloween 1974

I know for sure as a kid I'd be torn between Planet of the Apes or Batman but Kwai Chang Caine would totally be my bronze that year.

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Nico Toscani said...

Wow. We didn't have Target in Chicago until the 90s. I had no idea they were around since the 70s.

Anonymous said...

I had the Batman one, and some of the Sesame Street Finger Puppets.

YesterdayIsNow said...

Batman is the clear winner here. Nearl all the othrs commit the cardinal sin of putting a tacky picture of the character on the shirt, thus ruining any hopes of replicating the character's costume. And of looking cool on Halloween.

Also, the picture/pose chosen for the Kung Fu costume looks like it was taken from a Chippendale's calendar.

YesterdayIsNow said...

Also, 2 Matchbox cars for a buck? Awesome. And they say Walmart is cheap.

Anonymous said...

YIN takes their costuming very seriously, I see. XD You're not the only one who, even in early childhood, realized there was something fundamentally wrong about putting the character on a costume that was suppose to -be- the character.

What's really funny is David Carradine was never that buff in Kung Fu. Maybe the artists were inspired by Yukio Mishima, which would be just -wrong- on so many different levels, particularly for a kid's costume.


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