The other day, I was reading through the great book, Wrestling at the Chase: The Inside Story of Sam Muchnick and the Legends of Professional Wrestling, and I realized something. I realized I miss the gold old days of pro wrestling. I miss when guys like Dusty Rhodes were at the top of the sport. The bygone era when guys …..[CONTINUE]
Looking at another three old television shows that need a little more love. They’re almost completely forgotten, but we need to shine the light on them again…Tales of the Gold Monkey, Ohara, and M.A.N.T.I.S. …..[CONTINUE]
We all have cereals that we miss from the past. Here are a few from the ’80s and ’90s that I sorely miss, and some stories about them. Life was just better with a fun bowl of cereal to start the day, wasn’t it? …..[CONTINUE]
Can you remember back to the days when Nintendo was the hottest toy you could get your hands on? These days, modern kids just can’t put down their phones and all the cheap ass games they play on them. Back in our day, the same could be said by our parents about our Nintendo controllers. Well, all except that part …..[CONTINUE]
Growing up in the mid-late ’80s, one of my greatest joys would come when I would go to the grocery store with my Mom and be able to pick up a new wrestling magazine. It never mattered to me which one I got as long as I got one. If you know anything at all about the glory days of …..[CONTINUE]
Here are scans of the M.U.S.C.L.E. toys lineup as featured in the 1986 Mattel Toy Catalog. Intended for retailers, Mattel’s dealer catalogs showcased all the latest and greatest releases, along with existing products within its various current (at the time) toy lines. These are great photos of some of my favorites toys from the past. Hope you enjoy them as well!
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 are five toy ads that I think you’ll like. …..[CONTINUE]
Saturday mornings in 2019 are a far cry from the Saturday mornings of 1985. Hell, it’s been that way since the late 1990’s when the networks started phasing out their cartoon lineups in favor of other programming on Saturdays. I’m not sure what caused the change unless it was the fact that cable television was a staple in most homes …..[CONTINUE]