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530ArticleMatuX2Yeah the bob the goon figure is pretty crappy but i like it :), actually now that i think of it clawful is not really that Un popular , i should have put Tusken raider from the original Star Wars action figure series  Mar 27, 2013View
2175Articleechidna64Yeah the good thing about being in a large family is that there is always someone to play with! @vkimo I looked up Weather Slam! Man that really encourages me to make my own game, hand drawings and all ;)The Dragon MasterMar 30, 2015View
1729ArticleVaporman87Yeah they did get to tell Santa their wants. Funny thing too, as my oldest boy is very concerned that he may have told Santa something incorrect. I assured him that Santa is pretty smart, and I'm sure he'll know what he meant. LOLThe Santa DiariesDec 23, 2014View
2658ArticleoniparYeah you do! :-) VHS Television Treasure HuntSep 17, 2015View
851ArticleMissMYeah, a cartoon would have possibly helped Golden Girl. (I even think there may have been an attempt, but I don't know if anything was ever officially produced.) I remember as a kid looking at this line and only thinking, "Gee, what's with the pretend She-Ra line?" She-Ra was fortunate to be a spin off of He-Man, it stretched that whole fantasy universe out that much longer. Golden Girl did have some male characters, but they weren't a part of any commercial that I have ever found. Both lines existed in such a strange time for toy collecting though! Glad you enjoyed reading this!Attack of the Warrior Women!Nov 08, 2013View
2807ArticleNLoganYeah, after three My Retro Halloween articles and a Monster Madness games article on Retrojunk, and one previous Halloween article here I am pretty spent on Halloween material. So I just went with an atmosphere piece or atmos-fear, a mood setting if you will. Trying to capture the essence of Halloween like lightning in a bottle.The Coming of the Autumn PeopleOct 08, 2015View
2389ArticleVaporman87Yeah, basically the whole card collecting/manufacturing craze imploded around the time the final movie in the franchise came around, and that is pretty evident here. I actually prefer the simple, plain style of the original series of cards. Reminds me of my days collecting Topps baseball cards. Once Fleer, Donruss, and Skybox got big in the game, things got way too complicated, flashy, and collector oriented. It wasn't about kids picking up cards and enjoying them, it was more about adults who wanted them simply for the value in a Beckett. That bubble burst around the same time that comic book values plummeted. Great retrospective on the Batman series and cards in general Hoju!Batman Trading Cards of the 80's and 90'sJul 13, 2015View
3782ArticlemunkysrenchYeah, Butterfinger was your crack addiction back in the day, lol. Hands down your favorite candy bar of all time as a kid. Benjanime's Top Ten Halloween CandiesMar 16, 2017View
4344vhsCoverVaporman87Yeah, could be better quality. I didn't realize it was so blurry when I was approving this batch.The Abyss (1989)Apr 06, 2018View
2125ArticleVaporman87Yeah, Danny was not a humorous character. More of a straight, squeaky clean type who helped keep the others grounded. Top 5 TV Dads of the 80'sMar 20, 2015View