Tweet Indy Coco-Pops Premiums A few weeks ago I featured the Indiana Jones Coco Pops box from the Temple of Doom tie-in. Inside each box was a card premium which broke apart to reveal two picture cards from the movie, one photo and one sketch jigsaw piece. The same design was used for the Kellogs […]
Tweet And here’s the Swordsman A few weeks ago I posted three of the four Aussie Indiana Jones variant figures, and now thanks to regular contributor and Toltoys afficianado Brody Walker, here is the last of the quartet; the Cairo Swordsman. Cheers! Will Read the full post on Toltoys.com!
Tweet More Kenner Indy Goodness Here we go with another four of the Indy Kenner line of figures from 1981’s Raiders of the Lost Ark. First up is Indy’s digging buddy Sallah, played on screen by Middle Earth’s tallest Dwarf, John Rhys-Davies. This is the hardest to find of the the figures shown here, and tough […]
Tweet One green, one red. Indy might need to seek medical advice. There wasn’t a lot of merchandise available for Temple of Doom, a small run of LJN action figures, some food tie-ins, soundtracks and such, but Lucasfilm were really scraping the bottom of the barrel with the licensed Blaster Balls shown above. I have […]
Tweet Kenner / Toltoys Indiana Jones Figures Nothing screams “Buy Me!” more than a sticker telling you about a fabulous free toy you can’t get. While those lucky little sods stateside were sending off three POPs (Proof of Purchase) by the truck-load for their “Free Belloq”, little Aussie kids were only allowed to dream about […]
Tweet Just like a chocolate milkshake only Indy! In 1984 Kelloggs thought they were on to a sure-fire winner with their Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom cereal tie-in. Unfortunately there was an outcry from parents and family groups over the horror and occult themes featured in the film. Squeaky clean Kelloggs was of course already […]