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The The Lord of the Rings was written by J. R. R. Tolkien as a sequel to The Hobbit, and after 10 years was published in [ Read more ]
The first WWE wrestling action figures were produced by by LJN in 1984, who were also responsible for [ read more]
The early Masters of the Universe prototypes were originally created as a tie-in for the upcoming Conan the Barbarian movie and [ Read More ]
In the late 1980s and early 1990s the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles where something of a phenomenon, selling over 250 million figures in just five years!
In 1992 as part of the Kenner Batman Returns line several vehicles were released, icluding a new version of the Batmobile and... [ Read More ]
DC Direct released their first line of figures in 1999, which included Sandman, Wonder Woman and Swamp Thing, there were also... [ Read More ]
Between 1994 and 2007 Toy Biz created the Spider-Man Animated series of action figures and playsets based on the original Series. including.. [ Read More ]
As part of the Kenner Batman Dark Knight Collection three limited edition Deluxe “Crime Master Edition” figures were released in 1991 which included [Read More]
The Toy Biz Spider-Man The Animated Series Vehicles were released in 1994 and included
Over the decades Batman Action Figures have been produced by Mego, Kenner, Hasbro, Mattel and McFarlanes, the first Batman figure was released in [ Read More ]
As part of the Kenner Batman the Dark Knight Collection a limited edition Deluxe “Crime Master Edition” sub series released in 991, these figures included...
The Kenner Batman the Dark Knight Collection vehicles were released in 199 but did you know many of the were cannabalised from other Kenner lines? [Read More]
The Kenner Batman Batcave Command Centre was only released for a noticeably short period of time and therefore... [READ MORE]
Kenner Batman Returns Wave 21 action figures were released in 1994 and included three new Batman variants as well as [Read More]
DC Direct launched an action figure line that was based on the American Magazine Mad, in 1998. MAD is an American magazine founded in 1952 by... [Read More}