Saturday, July 4, 2009

Happy Fourth of July!

To celebrate America's birthday, here's a Giant-Size Captain Ameriblog posting!

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First up is the Marvel Super Heroes Stamp Album. This is a 1970s item produced by a manufacturer who somehow thought there'd be a crossover market between comics fans and stamp collectors. These days, only geeks like me are interested in 'em!

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Have I posted a photo of these stickers before? Well, then I'm posting it again!

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I know I haven't posted this before! The Stick-Ons mark was on DC and Marvel characters, and you've probably seen ads for these in the DC and Marvel comics of the 1970s, although I think they showed them much larger than actual size! These should absolutely be reissued!

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Next up is the Marvel Super-Heroes Strategy Game, which Cap is featured on. I've tried to buy this game a few times, but have always been outbid!

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And we'll wrap up this post with the Super Hero Saver, featuring Cap and Spider-Man!

Friday, July 3, 2009

Gulliver (Argentina) Spidey and Cap Boat!

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Have I mentioned yet that Gulliver and other Argentina manufacturers really kicked butt when it came to producing superhero merchandise? While this isn't the greatest toy in the world, you have to admit, nobody in the States produced anything quite like it!

Thursday, July 2, 2009

Sparkle Gun!

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Ah, I thought I had a photo of the sparkle gun on the package in my files!

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Monday, June 29, 2009

Captain America Flicker Ring!

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Here's a better look at the Cap flicker ring I posted as part of a group a while back!

Sunday, June 28, 2009

Red Skull Dangler!

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I believe this was also made by Ben Cooper, the manufacturer of the Halloween costume!