For our return into the archives of Carded Histories, a look at the trading cards of years gone by, we are pleased to present you all with the Series 2 X-Men set from 1993. Before the heady days of Wikipedia, this was often the only way to find out and get a idea on so many comic book characters
To go along with the last Lock-In ep (262) here's a smattering of awesome 90's cartoon intros (mostly Marvel!) to help ease you into the weekend
Fiendish Feet was a brand of low fat dairy yogurts aimed at children, produced by St Ivel in the early 1990s. The yoghurt pots had printed faces on the front and were moulded with feet on the bottom.
The main yoghurts were sold in multipacks of four flavours: Spooky Wooky (banana flavour), Fangs a Lot (strawberry flavour), Frank 'n' Stein (raspberry flavour), and Rattle 'n' Roll (chocolate flavour). More varieties were introduced later on.
This month, The Art Of Noise takes a Epic walk down a Epic path to a Epic conclusion.
In other words... Gruffy could not think of a theme......
However, We hope you enjoy this hastily put together episode!
TEAM ODD STRIKE OUT WITH SOME GEAR GRINDING AND O TALK ABOUT CARTOONS IN A VERY LITERALLY ASLEEP WAY
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This week, The Toy Stacks takes a look at a gallery of the troops-who-will-die from 2009's G.I. JOE: RISE OF COBRA.
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