Continuing our search for collecting hard to find series in a non-profit archive, we are very pleased to present the first half the Robo Machine comic, which was known also known as The Go-Bots in other parts of the world.
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A massive thank you to Lee James Sands and Calum McLardy for their help in completing these books
ART OF THE BOX - M.A.S.K.
This week, Art Of The Box looks at the packaging for MASK (1985 - 1988). Produced by Kenner, this toyline released four lines, a cartoon series and both a UK and US comic series.
If you want to know and see more of MASK, try out http://www.albertpenello.com/mask/
Ladies and Gentlemen, my name is Dark.... Ageis. Well actually it's Stu, but my Paul Heyman reference sounds a lot better with my web name.
Today we start on the first of the Wave 2 figures, will Wave 2 improve on Wave 1? Or will it spiral into a well of crappiness?
This week, the stacks are going to be looking at Monster In My Pocket (1990 - 1992). There's a smattering of figures from the original line here, so expect to see many more MIMPs in future.
If you like the look of this line, or you already have some of these guys, let us know and comment below!
This week, The Past Posters team have unearthed some fun little adverts from yesteryear. Robotech, Weetabix and The Transformers all get a look-in, as well as a very old Lego Trains spot.
Welcome to Kimia EP18 08-06-15
It's Monday again time for another episode of Welcome to Kimia with Tricky and Stu!
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The Bard returns from the abyss to lay to rest the recently departed Warhammer Online by taking a brief look at its excellent collector's edition. Come join in crying tears of quality over the fallen game and the dreams of what might have been.
This week, Gruffy and Rob sit about and chat about all sorts of media from the last few months.
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art of the box - mighty max
The Art Of The Box this week looks at the Mighty Max toyline from 1992. A "boys toy" version of the Polly Pocket line from Bluebird, Mighty Max became a TV series (highly recomended) and a Snes and Megarive game (much less recomended) as well as a short lived Marvel comic series.
This episode, we talk about all forms of virtul reality and social bludgeoning!
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