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    Eternian Genealogist SlyVenom's Avatar
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    Tonka's Super Naturals site?

    Does anyone know of a good site for Tonka's Super Naturals?
    I had most of those figures when I was younger, and was feeling nostalgic.
    I am having a hard time finding information on them now though...

    *EDIT*

    I have added a section to my website since they are so hard to find info on.

    http://www.otakuinc.com/toys/super_n...ernaturals.php
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    Here's a good one. This site is great for all types of 80 toys and commercials.

    http://x-entertainment.com-supernaturals

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    Those toys were awesome. I wanted several, but I was at the age where my parents were 'weaning' me off toys.

    Unfortunately, they just weren't around long enough to get a real fan base going.
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    Thanks Dice, I have been reading Matt's site for years.

    I have a few more bookmarked that you guys probably already know about.
    http://www.virtualtoychest.com/super...rnaturals.html
    http://www.action-figures.ca/super_naturals.htm
    http://www.toyarchive.com/STAForSale...rNaturals.html
    http://www.retrojunk.com/details_articles/5509/

    Vincent Price. I was lucky. I believe my parents must have got these from a local store that had discounted them greatly,
    as I got the castle and all of the figures one year for christmas.
    The figures had multiple price tags and I believe the topmost one was under $2.
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    Not a bad line and cheap enough to collect. The dragon and lion are a sod to get hold of though and can be expensive. The glow in the dark paint on the hands of the ghouls is seriously prone to flaking too.
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    Super naturals

    hi, did anyone else have supernaturals as a kid, they had holograms as the main part of thier design, they had a cool playset which used to double up as a base for skeletor for me. im not sure if it ever made its way to comics or tv or anything

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    I had a few of them. I wasn't particularly fond of them though. They did come with some neat accessories.
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    I forgot all about these. I had a few and thought there were pretty cool
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    i had one...I can barely remember it now.
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    I have recollection of them, but not sure if I owned any or if it was a cousin or friend type of thing.
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    I had one who had sort of a snake-theme going on, and two of the little guys with swords.
    "That's very interesting...but silly."

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    Between a friend and myself, we had the entire collection with exception of the Tomb of Doom playset, and the vehicles. My favorite was Snakebite.
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    I only had of of the small cloaked guys. But I thought the hologram concept was really cool.
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    Very big in Europe more than the US - wasn't Ted Mayer something to do with these at Tonka. Tonka made them I'm sure. Their fortress/portal playset looks like the Slime pit 'temple' shape to some extent.
    They have a minor bit of scandal attached to them in the UK because the kids-aimed UK 'Supernaturals' magazine reprinted old EC comics panels and strips to horrific effect at the back of the books.
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    We had some of the little cloked guys that we got at yard sales. A few years ago, I got the Tomb of Doom playset--which went to my nephew for his Christmas present.
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    Oooh oooh me! I LOVE Super Naturals!

    I've got several of the figures, the Dragon and the Griffin, and the Tomb of Doom playset!

    I've been meaning to do a video on this line for quite some time, but I've been waiting until I have just the right amount of pieces for it.
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    I really like them as well.
    I have about 4 at the moment, but I'm looking to pick up the others.

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    I need to take new pics, becuse I have a few more now. But here's some of what I have:





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    That guy with the brown snake helmet - that's the one I had! I loved that guy...my uncle bought him for me one day when I couldn't find any new MOTU, so I always stuck him in with my MOTU figs. I have no idea whatever happened to him, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pixel Dan View Post
    Oooh oooh me! I LOVE Super Naturals!


    I've been meaning to do a video on this line for quite some time, but I've been waiting until I have just the right amount of pieces for it.
    Dan, Please , Please do a review! i used to love these things but i sold all mine along with my MoTU, Thundercats, Rocklords etc back in the 80s to get some pocket money togther for a holiday trip to blackpool. anyone in the uk will realise how sad that is . actually i kinda like the place but it was the rason for giving up all my toys, all i kept was my roton, a 5 legged spydor and my rancor.
    if you do a video try and show us the holograms, esp the one in the toom of doom. i kind of remeber having a car for mine but could be mistaken.

    Snake bite would be excellent alongside teela.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrGrayskull:2984916
    Quote Originally Posted by Pixel Dan View Post
    Oooh oooh me! I LOVE Super Naturals!


    I've been meaning to do a video on this line for quite some time, but I've been waiting until I have just the right amount of pieces for it.
    Dan, Please , Please do a review! i used to love these things but i sold all mine along with my MoTU, Thundercats, Rocklords etc back in the 80s to get some pocket money togther for a holiday trip to blackpool. anyone in the uk will realise how sad that is . actually i kinda like the place but it was the rason for giving up all my toys, all i kept was my roton, a 5 legged spydor and my rancor.
    if you do a video try and show us the holograms, esp the one in the toom of doom. i kind of remeber having a car for mine but could be mistaken.

    Snake bite would be excellent alongside teela.

    Also am a big fan of roast gooble Dan, thanks to you, Val, Eamon and Danielle for all your work on it- keep it up
    Thanks! :-)

    I'll definitely do a review! I can't say how soon, but Ill try to make it a priority since I've been putting it off for so long!
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    Eh, forget those. We need a review of Crystal Warriors. Those were some of the best small figures, and the red one was my absolute favorite small figure. No one could tackle him when it was time to play football.

    I actually bought a few of them MOC (foreign cards) a few years ago. I still have them
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    I never had any of these but my cousins had a few. I always thought they were interesting. The commercial I remember seeing was really cool too. Kinda made me want them, but I already had too much on my plate at that point in time to get into these too. Plus they didnt have a cartoon so that probably didnt help my interest in them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Count Marzo View Post
    I never had any of these but my cousins had a few. I always thought they were interesting. The commercial I remember seeing was really cool too. Kinda made me want them, but I already had too much on my plate at that point in time to get into these too. Plus they didnt have a cartoon so that probably didnt help my interest in them.
    They did have a mini comic that came with them though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by manticore View Post
    Eh, forget those. We need a review of Crystal Warriors. Those were some of the best small figures, and the red one was my absolute favorite small figure. No one could tackle him when it was time to play football.

    I actually bought a few of them MOC (foreign cards) a few years ago. I still have them

    Crystar is awesome too! I only have two figures though: Crystar and Moltar. That's another series I've always wanted to do a video of. I'm sure I will at some point!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pixel Dan View Post
    Crystar is awesome too! I only have two figures though: Crystar and Moltar. That's another series I've always wanted to do a video of. I'm sure I will at some point!

    Here are pics of the ones that I have. The bubbles are yellowing

    Feldspar, Ogeode, Crystar, and (my favorite) Magma Man.

    http://dos-man.webs.com/crystar1.jpg
    http://dos-man.webs.com/crystar2.jpg
    http://dos-man.webs.com/crystar3.jpg

    Who knows, maybe someday I'll be able to get Molten Man and Warbow. I've given up on ever getting the dragons.
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