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bb`s toy`s a new beginning

Posted by Beano Boy on 12 Jan 2019, 02:25

With so many photographs missing on bb`s toy figures I do not feel comfortable posting new stuff there. So a brand new beginning right here.


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35 Two inch high figures in the bag. So they are near the scale of my Dalek Battalions. These came out in September 2015 so they ain`t classic toy figures. Based upon the ALIEN Movie of 1986.
Completely sold out at Geek Shack. BB
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Posted by Beano Boy on 13 Jan 2019, 03:04

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Before looking further there was also produced one with a large rock.
I found a picture on line showing him.

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Classic Period Piece MARX PREHISTORIC CAVEMEN from the 1960`s
I have no idea if females were ever produced way back then.
These are not in my collection but one day I live in hope.
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Posted by Beano Boy on 27 Oct 2019, 23:20

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Re-issue of the Classic TIMPO FRENCH FOREIGN LEGION


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:mrgreen: Yes they just jumped out of their toy box.

...................................... :winky: MEANWHILE

As the season of goodwill speeds towards my toy collection.
Something is stirring in excited mood.

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" Why yes these will do." He jovially agreed to himself.

:mrgreen: And so it was ,while Fred, tries out a new method of ski propulsion.

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Tin Tin and Snowy, and others popped in.

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"What! This will never do, Where on earth are we?" They all declared! And Snowy took an even firmer grip of his bone.

Well they did appear unexpectedly from somewhere else.
:coffee: However none could remember, from where. BB
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Posted by Wiking on 28 Oct 2019, 04:34

I like the size of the bone to the size of the dog. :-D
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Posted by Beano Boy on 05 Nov 2019, 01:12

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viewtopic.php?f=79&t=18665&p=201739#p201491

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i actually built their bases from green stuff, and painted the poor old figure .
Here he has his eye ripped out.

Good thing i bought two toy figures four years ago because there are no pictures in my topic.
So i took fresh new photographs to present here.

The view of his eye is in the first picture.

Polyphemus Giant Cyclopes

If you would like to read my story click on the Link provided.
It is my version of Odysseus and the Greeks,
as part of their return from the ill fated Trogan War.

Time flys by,and these two are like old friends. BB
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Posted by PhilC on 05 Nov 2019, 13:26

Ho ho, excellent this one! As a child, I was very impressed by the adventures of Odusseus (his ancient Greek name), and the episode with Polypheme, son of Poseidon, is an important chapter.
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Posted by Beano Boy on 05 Nov 2019, 15:54

Thank you PhilC

i like the flow of the ,` Once Upon A Time', story`s best because of the fantasy flow within them from the author involved to that of those who read them. Imagination is the key to such reading especially as there might not be pictures to view, as was and is in the case of my old topics. Read them and weep comes to mind when i see the dereliction of them.

:coffee: May everyone stopping by, have a cheer up nice day. BB
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