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What was your favorite toy as a kid?

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I loved HeMan and GiJoe

Posted by hawkeye
on Monday, March 19, 2007
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ToaMatoro -
Saturday, November 30, 2013
mmm I really loved rc cars but anything spiderman I fell for
cmc1214 -
Sunday, August 18, 2013
My favorites were the WWF Hasbro figures by far. I had the ring and almost all the figures.
MCutter -
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
We had legendary GI Joe battles in my neighborhood. There were three of us who lived in consecutive houses so the Joes could assemble on my porch, slog their way through Carlito's front yard and take out Cobra over by Jason's driveway. Bazooka never made it back home after that last summer though.
darksword -
Saturday, August 25, 2012
Growing up the 80s I had a lot of Transformers and He-Man. When Ninja Turtles came out, it was all about those! And then X-men. But for the most part I had a mix of toys from different cartoons.
swayze-express -
Monday, August 13, 2012
I remember playing A lot with my Air Assault Cable figure back in the days. Good times
Rogue -
Tuesday, July 24, 2012
The Crystal Swiftwind my aunt gave me for Christmas! I took it with me to school and even lost it only to find it again later that week. Since then I lost the wings and saddle but I still have the horse with bridle. I hope I can get a replacement for the saddle one day just to have it complete again. :-)
newwavetoys.ca -
Sunday, July 8, 2012
G I Joe !
countmall -
Sunday, February 12, 2012
I can't really say which was my favorite toy, but the funnest buying experiance would be going around finding all 5 figures for Ruination. I had a blast playing with it and, despite the fact its burried under a mountain of other transformers, I still do!
HeartBreakKid -
Thursday, February 2, 2012
When I was younger heck I'm only 18 now! So childhood isn't that far behind me but I loved Beast wars,Valor Vs Venom Joes, Dragonball Z,I have been into legends since I was young as well.
Maximus91 -
Monday, January 9, 2012
Lego's were a legit toy for me, but I feel I played most with Ghostbuster Fire house. Didn't matter the action figure but that was a centerpiece to the battle. Growing up sucks ha ha.
leafman343 -
Thursday, December 29, 2011
.... I don't get it.
Dolls that are 5'5" and 132 lbs, or he is 5'5 and and 132lbs and "loves" to "play" with dolls, though why anyone would admit to that, I don't know. (I think "love" was a key word in what he said if you catch my drift )
Therapist -
Wednesday, December 28, 2011
.... I don't get it.
megatrooper -
Friday, December 23, 2011
now I LOVE to play with dolls with 60 kg and 1,70cm...lololol
megatrooper -
Friday, December 23, 2011
I loved to play with LEGO.
but my favorite character was TARZAN!
Goldenwolf -
Monday, November 28, 2011
G.I.Joe is a in the heart classic but there was a line from Fisher price from the Early 80's adventure figures they where so cool they had vans, dirt, bikes, camping, tents, canoes, skydivers with real working parachute shock was very cool . (these figures were 3.75 G.I.Joe size specifically a figure that had a cowboy hat green lens sunglasses painted stubble and a red long sleeve shirt blue pants and brown boots I think Dagger actually has one in his trade list very cool !) because it looked like my dad it was awesome I actually found it in my stuff I had stored away when I moved back to Hawaii .
And secret wars wolverine still have him too
Nice topic
westghost -
Thursday, November 3, 2011
opps forgot to mention castle and space lego...
westghost -
Thursday, November 3, 2011
I was geeked on so many toys growing up, gotta say that star wars were my first love, followed by gi joe and he-man. I had a bunch of the ljn wwf wrestlers too. Always had an action figure or 2 in my pockets.
Tim121RVC -
Monday, September 26, 2011
5 - 7 years old: He-Man
7 - now: G.I.Joe (ARAH)
mpelichoff -
Wednesday, April 27, 2011
http://www.ioffer.com/I/marvel-cosmic-d ... -203512402

THIS! I still have it with lots of paint wear and very loose joints. (actually it is my sons now)
Dagger -
Thursday, March 17, 2011
Mine was and is still GI JOE. I still remember getting my first ever in the store. Duke and Roadblock.

Honorable mentions

DC Super powers
Marvel Secret Wars figures
Lincoln Logs
Chuck Norris figures
barefootabe -
Wednesday, March 16, 2011
it was just "turbo man"

its hard for me to pick any one toy but I've always loved star wars most
matas420 -
Monday, March 14, 2011
Extreme Dinosaurs and Transformers G1
sinigang -
Monday, November 1, 2010
captain turbo man????
Hrothmeir -
Saturday, October 23, 2010
The dude from "Jingle All the Way." Dude was awesome... can't even remember what he was called... Maybe Captain Amazing, something really basic like that.
RexLewis85 -
Wednesday, October 20, 2010
Strangely enough, I have to say my favorite was probably the original Ian Malcolm figure from Jurassic Park series 2.
KJL2381 -
Friday, August 27, 2010
I'd have to say that my absolute favorite toys as a kid were:
1. He-Man
1. G.I. Joe
2. Bravestarr
3. Ninja Turtles

There's really no way I can choose between He-man & G.I. Joe so they toe for 1st.
Ruby_Fusion -
Tuesday, August 24, 2010
Though call, I started with Playmobil (actually as a toddler I first had bendies called Playflixies). In the magical Playmobil world I absolutely loved the western theme and the space theme. Around 1983 the A-Team rocked my world, so I mostly played with my 3 3/4" A-Team. In 1985 I finally had the He-Man and Skeletor 2-pack with story cassette (tape ), had many battles with them. Loved M.A.S.K. and Bravestarr, but never had those toys...
In 1987 I became passionate about wrestling, well WWF back in those days. It wouldn't be until 1990 that WWF figs by Hasbro would be available in my country: Belgium. By that time my parents thought I was too old for toys. To my huge surprise my parents bought me 2 figs from a fun fair in 1991; Hulk Hogan and what I thought was Hercules... Well the figs were bootlegs in MOTU-style and 'Hercules' turned out to be Big John Studd. They were bootlegs, but I absolutely LOVED them!!! ... And STILL do

However favorite toy as a kid has to be my Mattel Captain Future 3-pack
bjpalm1994 -
Monday, August 16, 2010
Yea BraveStarr was pretty awesome! I also liked Silverhawks and Visionaries. Plus all of the usual HeMan, GI Joe, Thundercats and Transformers. I remember being able to have these huge battles with all my figures and both sides consisted of all types of figure lines. Ahhh the good old days
zombieforhire -
Monday, August 16, 2010
Bravestarr all the way !!! how can you not love a space cowboy with a talking metal horse ??? tiotally awesome oh and toxic crusader figs and stone protectors lol
Dominatus Ultramar -
Sunday, August 8, 2010
Some sort of odd, squatting lizard-faced thing-may well have been MOTU. Also GI Joe-I have always been fascinated by the military, nowadays more so historical WW2-type stuff.
Top-notch comix -
Wednesday, August 4, 2010
I was 6

You're so lucky to have rich parrents.
He's in the mafia
pock63 -
Monday, August 2, 2010
I was 6

You're so lucky to have rich parrents.
Therapist -
Sunday, August 1, 2010
I was 6
pock63 -
Monday, July 26, 2010
Ninja Turtles rock! I have over two-hunred of them!
tch! Noob try over 1.5k Ninja turtles as a child I remember being little and spending over 300$(well my mom) on Turtles at 1 time.

But besides OBV Ninja Turtles I also LOVED mighty morphin Power Rangers

My parrents don't do that fore me. I half to spend my own money on stulf.
HeartBreakKid -
Friday, July 23, 2010
I loved DBZ figures Great Saiyaman for the win!
ARAHfan32 -
Wednesday, July 14, 2010
When I was really little, I liked a spiderman figure. I remember it had some type of string that you could attach to something and then spiderman would climb it. For most of my childhood though, it was GI Joes and Heman. My favorites for those lines were Snake Mountain and Greyskull for MOTU, and the MCC for Joes.
BKZ718 -
Thursday, February 4, 2010
I have to say the G.I. Joe style A-Team figures. I had em all. I have a I'll try to post soon.
Goldenwolf -
Monday, January 4, 2010
Heman & G.I. Joes - LT.Falcon & Shockwave (mainly because He Had A Cool Swat Outfit) where my 2 Favorites As A Kid & Snake Eyes .
Therapist -
Monday, January 4, 2010
Ninja Turtles rock! I have over two-hunred of them!
tch! Noob try over 1.5k Ninja turtles as a child I remember being little and spending over 300$(well my mom) on Turtles at 1 time.

But besides OBV Ninja Turtles I also LOVED mighty morphin Power Rangers
pock63 -
Monday, November 30, 2009
Ninja Turtles rock! I have over two-hunred of them!
Therapist -
Monday, November 30, 2009
Ninja Turtles and flip head power rangers
junier321 -
Monday, November 2, 2009
ninja turtles and spider-man
SemiCharmed -
Monday, October 26, 2009
Batman with detachable armor and helmet and Iron man.
Ghost of Tolkeen -
Wednesday, May 27, 2009
well,one of my favorite lines when I was a kid ,well still to this day is Starriors and Go-Bots,As well as the Dungeon and Dragon toy line by LJN
Darththomas -
Sunday, May 17, 2009
Centurions were cool all those accessories and the cartoon.....power extreme......also liked mask, thundercats and visionaries but the alltime fave just has to be the vintage star wars that I sold and then spent thousands on as an adult to reclaim my childhood
somebody1 -
Monday, May 4, 2009
I agree. I had to return the space shuttle, got it for x-mas, as the pilot was missing and I got megaman 2 instead. Shoulda kept the shuttle.
pinkspacedog -
Monday, May 4, 2009
I had lots and lots of 3 3/4 inch G.I.Joes. Vechicles, jets, headquarters, ALL of it... well everything except the aircraft carrier and the space shuttle. But all that stuff is long gone. If I had only known what all that stuff would mean to me now.
Jack Frost -
Wednesday, April 29, 2009
...my thundercats action figures....and playmobil of course!
Agimatoys -
Thursday, March 26, 2009
Lone Ranger 3 3/4 Made By Gabriel,I still have it until now and recently Bought Silver for him to Ride..
somebody1 -
Friday, March 20, 2009
lol. I'd love a toxic avenger figure to make movie accurate. How Troma managed to turn him into a kid friendly toy I have no idea.
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