Very nice old school style with these “woodcut” t-shirts.Continue reading “Marvel Woodcut-style T-Shirts from Impact Merchandising”
One of the reasons I blog about toys a lot is that although I have a large collection, there are way too many cool toys than I could ever afford to buy much less have the space to store and display. Once in a while, though, I make an exception and as soon as I saw them I snapped up all seven of these Funko Pop! vinyl figures which reimagine Marvel characters as masked Lucha Libre wrestlers.
I just hope these are popular enough for Funko to continue the line and maybe give fans a wrestling ring for these.Continue reading “Funko Pop! Marvel Luchadores”
Apparently, Captain Marvel was especially concerned about the sorts of people who might pick up a copy of Mechanix Illustrated in this 1942 ad.
This set of Captain Marvel Family plastic statuettes was produced in 1946 by R.W. Kerr Co.