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(10-11-2012 03:02 AM)rogue655 Wrote: I love the walking dead auto/picture
(10-11-2012 02:43 AM)rjcj2017 Wrote: I'm worried now ... my son is 6, but he hasn't discovered Transformers ... are they really that hard to put together? I'm not extremely mechanically inclined, so should I stay away?
Speaking of Transformers when we were kids, one of favorite days ever was when I was in like fifth grade.
My mom showed up at recess and said we had to go home.
I was kind of worried because she didn't normally do stuff like that, but when we got in the car she said, "Toys R Us just got a new shipment of Transformers in, so let's go."
I finally got the one I had been looking for for months — the red one, the Lamborghini or Ferrari or whatever it was.
She even let me skip the rest of the school day to go home and play with it.
Man, that was an awesome day.
(10-11-2012 03:27 AM)rybowski97 Wrote: They are awesome toys, but the bigger ones can be very difficult to transform. i have had a heck of a time even with a few smaller ones...Arcee the motocycle and the Wheelie the little toy monster truck. I wish i never bought those lol! I think the transformer you are speaking of is Mirage.
(10-11-2012 02:58 AM)englandhousehold Wrote: I collect Horror movie action figures & movie autos from the actors that played them....here is some of my favorites.
(10-11-2012 03:49 AM)branesergen Wrote: The 1st book I ever read was Hellbound Heart - Been a Pinhead fan ever since! Absolutely love the Hellraiser series tho I havent seen 6 or 7 yet lol
(10-11-2012 03:35 AM)rjcj2017 Wrote: Man, I wish I still had it. Remember Go Bots?
(10-11-2012 04:24 AM)rinzler Wrote: I come from the time when there were Micronauts.