When I started running my online business, I sold a few of the old Mcdonald's and Burger King toys to collectors. I didn't get much and they were few and far between that I could get a toy with all the components that were clean and looked good. With the closedown of the business, I had a few boxes of the stuff sitting around and I decided, I need to get rid of this stuff. So, here we go:
Pair of (creepy) Chuck E. Cheese figures
I'm sure I'm not the only one, but I never liked the big arcades like Chuck E. Cheese. Even from what I remember as a kid, they were loud, the pizza wasn't that good and the shows with the animatronic animals were just outdated.
I picked up these two as part of some big collection of random toys for maybe 3$ thinking that since Chuck E cheese had been redesigned that the old ones might be worth something.
For me, they're downright creepy. They have bedroom eyes and they're not wearing pants.
Bow from She-Ra
I never caught on to the transformers/TMNT/He-man, She-ra craze. He was in a bag of other junk that I bought at one point as a kid. His magic ability is a button on his back that makes the heart shaped hole in his chest turn red. Big whoop.
Figment the dragon figurines
I didn't know who this was until I stumbled upon a much better blog than mine. Figment is a dragon from Disney. That's all she wrote...
Looney tunes cars
My grandfather was a big fan of Looney tunes thought I'm not sure why. I remember he had quite a few of these. They are from Mcdonalds and they all have a special feature. Porky's car has a ghost pop out of the back, Daffy's car falls apart exposing that daffy is riding on the engine and Taz spins around when the bumper is pushed in. Here's a commercial
Looney Tunes superheroes (Sans superhero costumes, except taz)
More Looney tunes stuff. This was some superhero promotion or something. As usual, I had bugs bunny but almost instantly lost his costume, leaving me with a bugs bunny figurine permanently with his arms raised in the "Y" of YMCA.
I don't think these really did anything outside of having a costume you could put on them. Again, as a kid I remembered the commercials.