Colorforms’ Outer Space Men were truly a thing of wonder. Colossus Rex the Man from Jupiter
Colorforms’ Outer Space Men were truly a thing of wonder. The female version was not my idea, but I picked up and ran with it.
If you speak French, check out the original post where these images come from at Screentoyz. It looks like the author goes into detail about when each of these items were released. Before Star Wars. Before Micronauts. After G.I. Joe Adventure Team… we had The Six Million Dollar Man. Based on the hit 1973 television […]
Today I hit 1500 designs on my TeePublic account. Not all are winners, but there are a few that some folks have really enjoyed. I still have yet to see one of my shirts out in the wild, but I have a few friends who have sent me photos of them sporting my work. This […]
Imperial Troop Transport. The Droid Factory. These two items encapsulate the feelings of the magic of Star Wars for me in 1978 – 1979, and still make me a Kenner Kid to this very day. What makes these items so special to me is the fact that they were designed from scratch. Neither appeared in […]
It is a period of civil wars in the galaxy. A brave alliance of underground freedom fighters has challenged the tyranny and oppression of the awesome GALACTIC EMPIRE. Striking from a fortress hidden among the billion stars of the galaxy, rebel spaceships have won their first victory in a battle with the powerful Imperial Starfleet. […]
Star Team’s Knight of Darkness is my favorite mass-produced Darth Vader knock-off. It’s fun and yet they seem to be in earnest when they released it. The helmet design is unique and if viewed in certain light it can be a bit goofy. I’ve had two of these as an adult collector and have parted […]
The Micronauts’ Time Traveler… they came from 1976. Inspired by the art of T.N. Perkins, I was playing with his different styles and I really dig the results. My plan is to explore it a bit more.
I kid. Sort of. These Star Trek the Motion figures are “Fascinating”. I love the detail and the design is perfect. For some reason, TMP is my favorite Trek film. It’s slow and dry, yet I still adore the movie to no ends. When I still lived in a house, and had a collection to […]