I've been collecting Battle Beasts seriously for a few years now (its my favorite brand from my childhood) and I'm starting to see the end of the road for what was available in the US. There are still a few things Im looking for from the US but I know there are many other BB products that were made available elsewhere. Is there a guide on what was available? I'm particularly interested in more info on the Greek BB and the many knockoffs. Thanks for help you can give.
Is there a guide for collecting non-US Battle Beasts?
Posted 13 November 2021 - 01:37 PM
Battle Beasts/Laser Beasts. Prices are not current.
Here is some good info on the Greek Beasts:
Posted 17 November 2021 - 06:19 AM
I'm starting to see the end of the road for what was available in the US
You might regret this quote someday once you start looking into the items that have been available outside of the US...
Jon (Jkaris) already shared some useful links but sadly enough apart from the original BB line all other versions/releases/knock offs/bootlegs are not very well documented. Bit by bit more of these are added to the Beastformers Blog and if you check out the header OTHERS in the menu you´ll find the sub-menu; Bootlegs & Knock Offs where some of these are documented.
Of some of the Bootlegs and Knock Offs shared there I might still have some available.
Personally I haven´t been adding/investing a whole lot to my GBB (Greek BB) collection for quite a while because that´s something that seems to come with waves on my end so can´t help you out a whole lot on those.
If you´re interested feel free to reach out and of course you´re always free to ask questions, always happy to help.
Enjoy the Beasts!
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Posted 24 November 2021 - 10:06 AM
I'm working on a book for Battle Beasts, but even then it's hard to document everything (as Beastformers said). A lot of stuff may have been lost due to time and low production numbers. I'll be doing my best to represent the toys in a book format
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