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Maarten Prinsen - Issue #14

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A cartoon series by itself is a perfect vehicle to sell action figures and other related items, but w
 

Maarten Prinsen

August 22 · Issue #14 · View online
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A cartoon series by itself is a perfect vehicle to sell action figures and other related items, but when you combine that power with an exciting commercial, money will fly out kids’ parents pockets in no time.

No chance. At all.
There was no way for me to resist a commercial in which ordinary kids (like me) showed all the cool features an action figure, playset or vehicle had.
The toy companies gave me and my friends no chance at all to escape from the awesomeness they’d created.
Today, I want to show you some commercial gems of days gone by. I hope you like them.
In the meantime I’m going to look for Doc Brown, because I need these toys bad. Really bad.
P.S. There’s one seat left in the DeLorean. Anybody want to come along?
Castle Grayskull
Ghostbusters Proton Pack and Ghost Popper
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles action figures
G.I. Joeeeeeeeee!
M.A.S.K.
Thundercats
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