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#1 Beastformers

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Posted 21 December 2017 - 12:00 PM

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Transformers, G.I. Joe, MOTU and probably a dozen more famous 80´s toys will pass before you, as a toy collector, would consider Battle Beasts as a collectible toy. So… WHY!? BATTLE BEASTS

 

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What´s been the most important detail(s) in the Battle Beasts line which made you decide to start collecting them? 

 

Enjoy the Beasts!


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#2 Jabroniville

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Posted 21 December 2017 - 01:41 PM

For me, they had that unique combination of looking awesome, yet being small and cheap enough that collecting an army was a simple matter in the 1980s. I had TONS of these guys, and some of them just looked amazing. Very few "Super-common/every kid had one" toys look as cool as Pirate Lion or Deer Stalker, either. Never mind the SUPER-awesome ones like the Weasel, or ultra-rare types like the Series III guys, most of which were thought of as myths in my childhood.


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#3 Thirty

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Posted 11 February 2018 - 11:14 PM

I had 12 or so when I was a kid, and I came up with my own backstory for them because I loved them so much.  they are SO imaginative, and they make you wonder what they are really all about.   


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#4 Beastformers

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Posted 14 February 2018 - 05:13 PM

I had 12 or so when I was a kid, and I came up with my own backstory for them because I loved them so much.  they are SO imaginative, and they make you wonder what they are really all about.   

 

True even after 30 years they make you wonder and they´re still surrounded by a lot of ???

We know a lot about them but we´ve also learned that we´ll probably never know their complete backstory and I guess that´s also what makes this line so unique!


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