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    Quote Originally Posted by MTR View Post
    A lot of the toys we have come and go. They will be gone for a bit and then yup they are back. My oldest had Care Bears, Strawberry Shortcake, no Rainbow Brite but she was around as well. I do remember seeing He-Man, Transformers, and such around as well.
    And people will talk about oh can't they come up with something original....They do, it's just that our shit was the coolest. People forget how many new type of toys that weren't properties from the 80's that have thrived. It's not like Visionaries are still on the shelf or Battle Beasts, I wish.

    or how about these places that sell those Star Wars sized non-moving figures for $20?? It'll be like an alien in a suit from They Live, 4" figure, $19.99. I was at Target 2 days ago and they have GI Joes who's arms don't bend, legs don't move, $20. The funny part is, they sell these newer GI Joes that are detailed as fuck, they're like the size of WWE figures and only about 5-10 bucks more than the little non-moving bullshit. I don't even remember GI Joes that didn't move that was a Star Wars thing.

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    Yeah Star Wars figures didn't move very much. Didn't have the elbows and knees basically. I loved my G.I. Joes.

    I was a huge into He-Man even though those figures were limited in movement. I had more He-Man than anything. G.I. Joes were next. I loved Transformers but they were a little more expensive for the bigger ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTR View Post
    Yeah Star Wars figures didn't move very much. Didn't have the elbows and knees basically. I loved my G.I. Joes.

    I was a huge into He-Man even though those figures were limited in movement. I had more He-Man than anything. G.I. Joes were next. I loved Transformers but they were a little more expensive for the bigger ones.
    I'm glad my kids never got into Transformers because they're still expensive.

    GI Joe was my shit. My brother and I had so many between the two of us. I used to have a wrestling federation where Sgt Slaughter with the blue hat was the champ forever lol. He-Man was right up there. I thank my grandparents for being super cool and never getting rid of the toys we would leave behind. They have several bins and totes full of toys that we had, including about 50-60 different Happy Meal toys from the 80's. I'll go over there and be like holy shit you still have this sumo from the Chuck Norris cartoon??

    That Netflix show the Toys that Made Us is incredible, it really tugs on the heartstrings because it takes me back to that time of LJN/Hasbro WWF wrestlers, GI Joe, He-Man,e tc.

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    Anybody watch Revolution?

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    It was great. I went maybe too fast to the end, but I think the possible showdown for Part 2. Shatner was great and I loved that easter egg line.

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    Really enjoyed it. The understated “By the Power of Greyskull” in the final episode was lovely. I liked Skeletor’s story and Shatner was a brilliant addition to the voice cast. Bear McCreary’s score continues to be excellent.

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    No Netflix currently. I was tempted to get it for this but just haven't yet.

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    I very much enjoyed. Some fun new spins. The voice acting was great. Thought they really uit the right notes

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    I have not yet will be binging it soon

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    Finished up and great stuff. They have done such a good job with this series.

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