Toxie - Toxic Crusaders on Flickr.
Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry on Flickr.
Eye Painting on Flickr.
Latherhead - Souls of Toys #32 on Flickr.
Malebolgia - Souls of Toys #31 on Flickr.
This was one of those toys I was very excited to find. I can still remember where I bought this brute at: the K-Mart in Wilkes-Barre, PA, years back, when I stopped there visiting my grandmother. An annoying chase figure, he was packed one per case and commanded major dollars on the secondary markert. Of course, now I can pick up the 2-pack reissue with Medival Spawn for $8 at this antique store in Maryland. One of the issues with the toy was the hands popped off very easily, meaning I quickly lost one of them.
Obi Wan Kenobi - Souls of Toys #30 on Flickr.
Optimus Prime on Flickr.
A Different Angle on Flickr.
Epcot at night
Buzz Saw - Souls of Toys # 28 on Flickr.
A Silverhawks bad guy
Wheeljack - Souls of Toys # 27 on Flickr.
Someone was annoyed (angry maybe) that I have the gumption to call myself a historian and quote Wikipedia when writing about toys. I am a historian, nearly finished my Master’s degree in it, but I’m not going to waste my time researching the back story of a fictional character. I don’t care enough, and I will keep insulting the people who spend hours researching 80s cartoons by citing Wiki.