June 27, 2017

Retro Revival Blog Challenge Week 3: Toys

Welcome to Week 3 of the Retro Revival Blog Challenge, this time focusing on toys!  Last week’s topic was Event Television, and we had 3 participants, including myself.  Check out the articles below:

20 Years Before 2000 Always Watches NBA All-Star Weekend
The Harvey Mercheum Loves Parades
Retro Ramblings Looks Back at 29 Years of the Royal Rumble

We encourage everyone out there to participate, and if you’re wondering just what exactly this is all about, check out all the details at our Retro Revival Blog Challenge Page.

 

This week’s Retro Revival Blog Challenge Topic:  Toys

Feel free to talk about your favorite toy or toys of all time, toys you may collect, new toys, toys in movies, or whatever else you feel like sharing having to do with toys.  Personally, I’m going to be doing a little something on one of my favorite toys, a toy that I feel is underrated and doesn’t get talked about nearly enough, for the glorious decade of the 80’s.  Watch for that coming on Tuesday.

The Retro Revival is always open to new members.  Do you have a blog or social media account?  Write a post in response to the weekly challenge, and you’ll be included!

Once you put a post up on your site, come back here and leave a comment below with the URL included.  Try to include links to at least three of your fellow Retro Revival members links into the blog you post, or you can also link to them on social media!  This will help each other out by sending new readers to your fellow member’s sites.

Even if you aren’t interested in participating, please come back and check out the work of those who do.  We have seen some fun entries thus far, and well worth a quick read.  Also, any love you could throw our way on social media would be much appreciated.

 

This week’s participants:

20 Years Before 2000 Remembers Nerfuls
RetroRamblings Looks Back at Construx Fischer Price
The Other Side takes a look at AD&D Toys

About The Retro Rambler 57 Articles
Mick Yarber is the founder of RetroRamblings.com. He loves discovering great retro stuff, writing about it, and sharing it with the world. He lives in the past, and wouldn't have it any other way. He also makes some kick ass spaghetti.