Opticon packaged

Our powerful spies have finally unearthed a packaged photo of the lovely and talented Opticon. His card art finally gives us a glimpse of what his purpose is within the Adventure People’s space adventures. He’s apparently good for pushing buttons, and sliding levers. That’s about what I expected. The jury is still out on the... Continue Reading →

Adventure People on land, sea and air

This ad from a 1970s issue of Woman’s Day is indicative of the way this line was marketed to parents. It’s a stark contrast to what we traditionally see in toy ads and commercials, with elaborate dioramas and children setting up their own makeshift landscapes of bedspread mountains and Dixie Cup walls. An infinite white... Continue Reading →

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