kingbobb wrote:I had several Shogun Warriors as a kid...probably the biggest toys I had. All played beyond the breaking point, of course. Raydeen, Gaiking, and the jumbo Godzilla, and Rodan. Those were totally sweet toys. For all that they didn't have much in the way of articulation, for a 5 year old, they rocked. With a fist you could shoot at your Star Wars figures, what more could you ask for.
Later, I got a smaller Raydeen that transformed into cruiser mode.
It's just too bad as a teenager, trying to make space at my mom's recommendation, I didn't recognize how valuable they would become. Although I don't really care. I played the life out of those things.
I had the small collectable ones back in the 70s.
Yeah, the super robots of that time had more tricks then a room full of hookers.
I got the HCM of the Reideen in the 80s, still got it on display.
That happens with every generation. My original Star Wars figures, except the droids, got handed to cousins of mine behind my back by my folks. At first I didn't mind until a few weeks later when I found out how much they could cost. I was pissed off, but later gave up and took revenge on them. I felt much better then.
Strict31 wrote:To quote Hunter S. Thompson, there is nothing more despicable than a cat in the depths of a nip binge..
Strict31 wrote:Listen to Feline Mussolini.
Strict31 wrote:You're goddamned insane.
achilles wrote:Pay no attention to Cat-Scratch people; he's insane from all that cat-nip.
Lord Simian wrote:"Us"? This is YOUR Kongdamn fault, mister "Bets on when this place will break again"....
Ragnascratch is coming... maybe.
Psivage wrote:Don't trust a cat. They are always up to no good.
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