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Action Figure Insider
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Bug Eyed Monster – Alien

Baby Alive


Batman Yesterday, Today, & Beyond Action Figure Guide
Legions of Gotham


Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure

Bill & Ted’s Excellent Online Adventure

Bionic Woman, The


Bone Age

Bone Age Tumblr
Virtual Toy Chest – Bone Age

Care Bears

Care Bears Forever
Poseable Paradise


Action Figure Archive – Centurions
NeverMade Toys – Centurions

 Chuck Norris Karate Kommandos

Action Figure Archive – Chuck Norris Karate Kommandos

Duke the Wonder Dog

Easy-Bake Oven

Fast 111’s

Girder and Panel

Bridge Street Toys


Hardy Boys, The

Indiana Jones

Jurassic Park

Knight Rider

Littlest Pet Shop

Vintage Littlest Pet Shop Forum
Littlest Pet Shop Collector

The Littlest Pet Shop Guide


The M.A.S.K Page 




Police Academy 

Real Ghostbusters, The

Ghostbusters Collector

Real West, The

Sea Wees

Silver Hawks

Action Figure Archive – Silverhawks

Six Million Dollar Man


Spirograph Replacement Parts


Starting Lineup Forums

Star Wars

Star Wars Collectors Archive

Steve Scout

Strawberry Shortcake

Stretch Armstrong

Super Powers

Super Powers Hall of Justice
Super Powers Blog

Tree Tots


16 Responses to Links

  1. Zuse says:

    My website dedicated to the Kenner Littlest Pet Shop toy line! :)

  2. Chris Diestel says:

    I have a 1971 SSP Black Jack Car. I have searched and have not found the color I have. Mine is Green Chrome. Is this a harder variation to find? I don’t have the rip cord with me, but it may be in a box back home, mixed in with a bunch of other vintage toys from 60’s-80’s.

    Thanks for any info that can be had.


  3. Sarah says:

    Some Care Bear sites for you: (Elena, creator of the Care Bears will do personalized paintings) (Official Japanese Site)

    I’m also always looking to buy Care Bear prototypes or Care Bear items that were owned by former Kenner employees (as in items that came direct from the factory, such as first production runs, samples, factory errors, etc). I prefer plush, artwork, and C-Prints but will welcome anything in good condition.

  4. Richard Roy says:

    I run a mostly The Real Ghostbusters web site called Ectocontainment.™ One part of the site’s content is talking about Kenner’s The Real Ghostbusters toys. I’ve taken photos of my personal collection, share them on the site, and have written about them.

    I’d be honored to be the first link under your The Real Ghostbusters part of your Links page. Your link is apart of Ectocontainment.

    Depending on whether I’m “brave” enough to opened my sealed Kenner The Real Ghostbusters vehicles for example, I’d be happy to scan the instructions and share them with you for your site.

    Richard aka Spengs

  5. Marko says:

    There is a Yahoo group dedicated to the Spirograph.

  6. Ralph Anderson says:

    I am trying to identify the manufacturer of a molded plastic tricycle made in the 1970’s. The chrome face plate has the name “Mighty Trike” mounted on the high rise chrome handle bars. The molded body is mustard yellow, while the three spherical shaped wheels are turquoise. I bought this for my daughter in the mid to late ’70’s, but only have photos now. I would like to locate another. Any clues, or names of good reference sources would be greatly appreciated.

  7. anne says:

    PLEASE… I figure it is not a huge find.. but I did get my gramma’s stash of … unopened.. factory plastic sealed fast111’s collectors case… I think I have 8 untouched sense bought for
    grankids in 1981… grankids that wer all girls.. not that that matters ..but then it did..
    girls just did not want a car carry case… unless I could fit it in my easy bake oven an melt my brothers case down… WHAT are ””two pressure sensitive strips” that are included inside… what do they do??? any value to these carry case fast111… value now far more the unbroken
    seal than the case itself…
    thanks very much for makin american toys!! for my kiddhood!

  8. Karol says:

    I am looking for supplies for the EZ 2 Do Fashion Machine by Kenner 1992. Do you know where I can get them and what exactly do I need? I need the little pan that comes with it also. Thank you!
    Karol Giusti

  9. Kenner Fan says:

    Found a nice Kenner related Twitter account.

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