Friday, March 22, 2013

A new blog about Action Figures!

Welcome to my new Action Figure blog. My collection of action figures isn't as massive as my Muppet collection or my Mego doll collection, but I think I have a enough stuff from the 70s, 80s and 90s to make this blog interesting.
Daggit from Battlestar Galactica, by Mattel, 1978

I'll be posting new pages and adding to existing ones over the next while. And if you like action figures I'm sure you'll also like my other blogs too, here are the links:

Mikey's Dolls:
Mikey's Muppet Memorabilia Museum:
Mikey's Puppetry Blog:

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