Toys That Time Forgot Volume Two


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Product Description

Toys That Time Forgot Volume Two sheds new light on a fresh range of boys toys projects that made it into development (some all the way to prototype stage), but for one reason or another did not make it to retail shelves, as well as those that did hit stores, but had plans for additional toys canceled. Did you know that Galoob showcased an action figure line based on the 1984 film The Last Starfighter at that year’s Toy Fair? How about the canceled plans for Year 2 and 3 of Hasbro’s Inhumanoids line? What about Magic The Gathering? Dinotopia? Harry Potter?

Like the first book, Toys That Time Forgot Volume Two is an art/history book. It is not a guide designed to log each figure and each accessory in a static format. It presents these 'lost' toys in dynamic, eye-catching ways that showcase both the toys as art and their respective places in history. Voume 2, like its predecessor, is split into three sections: The Golden Age (1980s), Darker Times (1990s) and The Gilded Age (2000s). Each section will have entries representing a healthy mix of both licensed and inventor-based products… some of which again have never been seen by the public.

Product Features

  • Hardcover
  • Over 200 pages
  • Written by journalist Blake Wright
  • In-depth look at over 20 instances of toy lines that suffered these type of fates
  • Stories will be supplemented with supporting photographs
  • The stories have come straight from the men and women that lived them

Box Contents

  • Toys That Time Forgot Volume Two

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