Monthly Archives: March 2015 Fun Map pays tribute to Cincinnati’s Kenner legacy is excited to announce our exclusive Kenner Fun Map, a poster showcasing the company’s many historic Cincinnati locations and toy lines.  The poster measures 18″ wide x 24″ tall, and will be limited to only 350 pieces.  The Fun … Continue reading

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Kenner Terminator 2 John Connor prototype hard copy figure and mock-up motorcycle 

Here is a hand painted resin hard copy prototype for the John Connor Terminator 2 action figure, along with a hand painted mock-up motorcycle.  Hard copies were one of the earliest stages in the development of an action figure at … Continue reading

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Kenner’s Star Wars figures used to bring Atari games to life

Dan Polydoris of Chicago Toy Collector has taken some of Kenner’s vintage Star Wars figures and customized them to look like characters from classic Atari 2600 games. As someone who grew up playing these games, seeing the box art brought to … Continue reading

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Universe Expanded: Kenner’s 1998 Star Wars Action Figures book on Kickstarter

Philip Reed from has launched a new Kickstarter project for a 96 page hard cover book focused on Kenner’s 1998 Star Wars Expanded Universe toy line.  This will be the author’s fifth toy related book.  There’s just something cool … Continue reading

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Kenner Starting Lineup 1996 MLB Cooperstown Collection sample card/proof card

Here is a nice unused sample card for Kenner’s 1996 Starting Lineup Cooperstown Collection Baseball set.  These kinds of unused cards are also sometimes referred to as proof cards.  Proof cards or sample cards served many different design purposes including … Continue reading

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Kenner’s Police Academy Cadet Set role playing toy

Police Academy: The Animated Series was a cartoon based off the successful movie franchise of the 80’s and early 90’s.  The cartoon followed the shenanigans and adventures of the officers from the movies and chronologically falls between the fourth and … Continue reading

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