Sunday, September 8, 2019

Simpler Times


Remember when this was life?




12 comments:

  1. OH the memories. All good ones...

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  2. Life is only as complicated as one makes it.

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  3. Very true,that Is,until things get complicated ;)

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  4. Never had Colossus, but I definitely had a decent amount of Toy Biz X-Men figures. Good stuff! I remember having some kind of set that had an X-Men comic, sticker puzzles, activity books, and other things. It was one of those kids activity sets, and they probably had other licenses too. X-Men just seemed so "mature" back then so everything they were on was cool!

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  5. The X-Men were our TMNT so to speak.

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  6. I didn't have many X-Men toys growing up, I think maybe just one black ops Wolverine and another one I can't remember right now. I was spoiled by G.I. Joe and their numerous points of articulation and perfect size, that 5PoA toys were like a curiosity to have, never a main collecting habit.

    I loved the sh*t out of the cartoon though, it was my favorite "serious" cartoon lol, since favorite overall were The Simpsons. I did have some X-Men comics too, mostly following the tv series but others with their own plots.

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  7. I never did either,Kanov,but always wanted some!The closest I could have gotten to owning some was with the Secret Wars line ,but I only had Captain America,Dr.Doom and both Spideys.I never owned the Wolverine or Magneto from that line. So when Toybiz released these guys I was stoked!The cartoon,Jim Lee comics and video games put everything into maximum overdrive!

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  8. I didn't have the figures... but I owned the comic book and the video game. Good times.

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