Hello everyone! Welcome to the first of what I hope will be many action figure toy hunts. I used to collect action figures back in the day, stopped for a long time, and started back up again during the early days of the pandemic.
Wrestling figures are what I collect the most, but I dabble in Masters of the Universe and Star Wars figure collecting as well. Please feel free to leave any feedback about the video. Any tips and suggestions are most appreciated.
During my formative years, the only thing that rivaled my love for bear hugs and body slams were four brothers from the sewers of New York City. WWE Hall of Famer Sting and Nickelodeon announced at New York Comic Con that WWE and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have joined forces for an action figure collaboration titled Ninja Superstars. Continue reading “WWE and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Team Up”→
I love 80’s toys because they contain my first real memory of using my imagination to adventure in a galaxy far, far away. When I was four years old, my family and I lived in a tiny one-room apartment known around town as the “roach motel.”
Thanks to my mother, who didn’t want her son to comprehend the gravity of our impoverished situation, I was introduced to a strange visitor from another planet who could make tall leaps in a single bound. His name was Superman, courtesy of Kenner’s Super Powers. Continue reading “My Childhood Super Powers”→