I had a bunch of the Power Record records! I remember a big Batman set that had a story about him and Sherlock Holmes and the other had Gorilla Grodd. It was a 33 1/3 record. Also had a couple of Batman 45 records that featured the Riddler and Catwoman. I had others that had Man-Bat and Joker. Had a couple of Wonder Woman too. Those were so much fun to listen to and I want to say many of them were illustrated by Neal Adams, I think?
pretty sure that's the one I still own on cassette. Wish o still had the book that went with it.
Post by Batflunkie on Mar 25, 2016 14:17:19 GMT -5
Since I can't find an adequate enough picture, a commercial will have to suffice
Around Holiday 1995 or so, I remember desperately wanting a Tyco Casper Stinkie Doll and much like the Buzz Lightyear Doll before it, I never got it in my stocking either. But I feel like the IRL Turboman Doll from Jingle All The Way more than made up for it
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I got that for Christmas in 6th grade and played the hell out of it for 2 years. Found a working one at an estate sale today for $3. Just finished my first game in nearly 30 years-left team beat right team 21-14.
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