Listen and learn all about how these small die-cast started from a small run, to some crazy molds with multiple engines. Multiple toy companies keeping the Johnny Lightning line so many chances to succeed. These little die-cast cars might even be where the 'chase' model started.
Karate movies, action movies, tv shows, and even exercise equipment; the one and only Chuck Norris has done it all. He even started a cartoon that had a Kenner toy line all designed by the Karate master himself. Sit back and learn how this amazing star busted with this toy…
Under the roof of The Justice League, we came together and discussed the amazing toy line released in the mid-80's by Kenner Toys. The Super Powers Collection and all its glory had a sad end, but a glorious ride while it was around. Learn about these figures as we discuss…
Chatting about collecting and owning a store that sells all the collectables.
We sat down with a couple of the most average guests we could find, Jorge (Toys R Us Kid) and Dave (The Dork Knight) to talk about the 1995 toy line released by Playmates. Enjoy as we learn more history than ever with the Ronin Warriors background.
In 1991, we got a slot car track, and we spent a lot of time with that track. We talked about that track and the history behind slot cars from the beginning to the professional tracks that are used today.
We chat with Christina from Deathly Cute Toys and Geek Together about how she got into collecting, custom figures and eventually designer toys.
WE have a lot of things to open and show off since its been a min since we have sone a showcase. And an update on the Brackets!
We travelled to Rainbow Land and learned the origins of Rainbow Brite, Starlight, Twink and the Color Kids this week.
Come and listen to us talk with Clint from The Four Dorksmen Podcast about the video game system that changed our lives. Nintendo did it all for us. Yes we had an #Atari before, but this was the future. We talk about the NES console, the games, the…
This April Fools, we wanted to bing you a whole episode dedicated to fooling people, and no better way to do that than to talk about the toys designed and developed to fool people into thinking they are the real deal!
We look back at the the many Godzilla figures that have been on the shelves over the years and discuss the collectability of each.
A trip to the gardens as we discuss Cabbage Patch Kids and how these dolls became one of the largest toys in the early 80's.
We are talking to Caleb from 2nd Opinion Productions about his collection and all the Cons he is missing over the last year.
The year was 1987, and holograms were everywhere; but they never seemed to work for toys. Tonka spun out the Super Naturals to compete with the Visionaries from Hasbro but they sadly saw the same fate.
This week we talk to Joey and Nate from the Four Dorksmen and get a Shoe Collecting 101.
We are talking about video games this week. Covering everything from collecting to playing those classic Nintendo games that everybody loves.
Magical Ponies with brushable hair and accessories — what more could a kid ask for? Listen up as we talk about one of the most popular non-posable figures from the 80's that graced the toy aisle. These My Little Pony figures are just classic.
This week on the Collector Showcase we are talking to Nate from the STS Guys about his Action Figure Photography.
The Brothers Newland were joined this week by the STS Guys to talk about the ORIGINAL action figure, the 12-inch GI Joe line. Where action figures were born with all the articulation that a young boy could ask for. And the details gave Barbie a run for her money!
Another toy line from Mattel and Filmation; you could assume it would be another hit like the MOTU line, but it was nothing of the sort. Travel to New Texas with the Brothers Newland and learn what went wrong with this space western and Marshal BraveStarr.
Insecta... the insect world, and the 5 nations to rule Insecta. What a back story the Bugmen of Insecta have, but they didn't land in may kids toy boxes. Listen and learn about these 4" figures that graced the toy shelves in 1984, and only left when the dust weighted…