When introduced in 1989, this cereal was described on the box as “crunchy, sweetened ‘ninja nets’ with ‘ninja turtle’ marshmallows”. Pizza-shaped marshmallows were later added. The “ninja net” cereal pieces looked very much like Chex cereal pieces.
Some notable premiums included with the cereal were Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cereal bowls, TMNT cups that changed color when cold liquid was added, cut-out collector cards from the 1990 “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” film and a send-away offer for a hologram t-shirt.
Remembering products of the past through old advertising.
Enjoy this full scan of the 1983 Care Bears catalog. When you’re done browsing these pages, go over to our full scan archives to check out plenty more old toy catalogs!
Enjoy this complete scan of the 1988 Kenner Action Guide featuring their best toys of the year like The Real Ghostbusters, Bone Age, Silverhawks, Starting Line Up, and MASK!
I was flipping through some old comics books the other day, and came across some random title from 1984. As I was flipping through it, I came across a bevy of kick-ass old advertisements. These are too cool not to share, so here is the first one.
We’re starting things off with my favorite one of the batch. Up until I saw this, I never had any idea that Monogram made model kits of the MOTU vehicles. I was big into model kits back in the day, and He-Man was my hero, so how this escaped me for all this time is mind-boggling. This Talon FIghter and Attak Trak just look bad-ass, and I wonder if any of these kits could still be found on eBay?
Yep. A quick search pulled up an Attack Trak kit still sealed in its box for $225.
Digging a little deeper, I also find a Roton still in its box for $92! That seems like a steal. The box looks a little beat up, but I’d personally be looking to pick one up to put together, not leave in the box.
And with even more digging, I just found the Talon Fighter! It says it’s complete and the only thing I see missing is the plastic wrap from around the box is missing. It’s currently listed for $95. You can click on any of the links I added to go right to the auction listings for each.
So what say you? Do you even remember these things? The prices sound reasonable in today’s market? I’m going to have to think on this for a bit.