The Sleestak are a species of large green-hued sapients notable for a combination of both reptilian and insectoid features. According to the Library of Skulls, their population is quite minor, with only 7,000 existing. 1 Biology 2 Culture and society 3 Notable members 4 History 5 Notes Possessing both reptilian and insectoid features, they have scaly green skin and a neck frill, bulbous unblinking eyes (which are likely faceted like an insect's), claw-pincer-like hand-equivalents, stiffened…
just hadn't put these dudes up yet so here they are: since the beverly hillbillies were popular, the H~B Gang came up with the Rugg family. Paw, Maw, Floral and Shag
"G.I. Joe America's # 1 Animated.." - Toys sales ad (( 1983 ))
** View LARGE On Black ** ☠ ☠ -->> .. a fall out ad from "Toys Hobbies & Crafts" July 1983.. ..another Hasbro cash cow .. dun' think needs any introduction.. ~ t
Pigs have held various roles in Muppet productions. They've appeared as ancillary characters such as dancers and singers on The Muppet Show, and have also taken on major roles. Sesame Street has maintained its own set of pigs over the years. The series initially used a variation of the Hot Pink AM pattern (still retained for certain characters), and later introduced a group of four-legged, semi-realistic pigs, who could be used as farmyard oinkers or in speaking roles, as the need demanded…
Animation – A Never Ending Story Pt 3 – Its The Hanna-Barbera Decade(s)!
The Golden Age of Animation dissipated slowly through time. The view on Animation changed, it was beginning to be seen as more for kids. Rather than a respected art form. Its hard to say when the G…
Sid and Marty Krofft Supershow Iron On Book - Cover - 1977
Here's a neat old book of Iron-On transfers based on characters from Sid & Marty Krofft... the creators of my favorite show, Land of the Lost! Also H.R. Puffnstuff, and loads of others. These were based on something called the Supershow, which I believe was an hour-long show comprised of various live-action short form series. Fun stuff. I hope they come out on DVD soon!!