It’s the classic Super Flight Deck launch and landing game from way back in the day… and we have one** available on our eBay listings
Judging from the amount of temporal particles dripping off this thing the only one logical explanation is that it’s just arrived in a time machine sent from 1975 (…or sucked through a time vortex… two logical explanations)
It’s a Navy Phantom jet fighter ,,, and can you believe it? It’s under your complete control!
Play outside or inside (if your Mum will let you)
You can set up flights from 12 feet right up to an incredible 40 feet
- Take the controls
- Launch your Phantom up the line
- Watch it turn and lower its arrestor hook
- Guide it down to a carrier landing
- Made in England
Excellent unused mint in box item
Box in bright colourful condition with a little storage wear mostly on the corners
Box size 27 long x 10 wide x 4 inches deep (68 x 25 x 10cm)
** We also have Airfix Flight Deck. Just like Super Flight Deck but without Super in its name… and slightly smaller (if you’re quick)
See this plus more classic toys, Sci Fi, TV and film items on our eBay listings
Very unusual 1982 vintage Electronic Space Explorer Kit with Top Security Activator Key Cards! Now available from our eBay listings
It’s not often you see one of these essential astronaut kits. They even have “Top Security Micro-Key Cards” that activate a wide range of exciting equipment for today’s modern space explorer.
This extensive space kit consists of
- Tri-Beam Sonic Blaster
- Galactic Target Searcher
- Planetary Explorer Unit
- Multi-Purpose Light Probe
- Belt, Buckle Holder and Two Holsters
- 2 Top Security Micro-Key Cards
- Space Explorer Badge
The StarBlaZer range was produced by Thomas Salter with stock number 4605
Made in Hong Kong
What does WIkipedia know?
Star Blazers is an American animated television series adaptation of the Japanese anime series Space Battleship Yamato I (1974), II (1978) and III (1980) (宇宙戦艦ヤマト Uchū Senkan Yamato?). Star Blazers was first broadcast in the United States in 1979. Significantly, it was the first popular English-translated anime that had an overarching plot and storyline that required the episodes to be shown in order.
The available kit is a stunning mint in box item with unopened factory sealed contents
Box does have some storage wear but still presents beautifully
Available now on our eBay listings along with lots of other cool Sci Fi, TV, movie, vintage and classic fun and collectable items
Before he went on to make some of the world’s best known films including Indiana Jones and Star Wars, George Lucas wrote and directed a profound and disturbing movie about… the future. This amazing poster from that movie is currently available from our eBay movie poster listings
The vision George had in 1971 at the age of 27 becomes particularly interesting now that many of us actually live here in the future
This original one sheet movie poster is a massive 40 x 60 inches (100 x 150 cm). That’s a massive 3 feet 4 inch wide by 5 feet tall, this is known as Train Station Billboard size!
It’s world where physical intimacy is prohibited and mind-altering drugs mandatory. When THX stops taking the State supplied dope he enters a whole new world. This is one of my all time favourite films and one that makes me think that cuts to the military and police budgets may be no bad thing
This eye catching 1971 poster does have a few condition issues but it is still visually stunning and presents beautifully. Have a look at this and other classic original film posters that we have on sale in our eBay listings
Or see more classic toys along with other TV, Sci Fi and vintage items
ZapWow thank you Whoovers! We had an excellent day at Whooverville just as we do every single year. It’s lovely meeting all the wonderful Who people, the young fans and the older… the excitement and enthusiasm are electric. An extra big thanks to Colin Baker and many other guests, for being such excellent sports
Apart from all the wonderful cos players many other Who fans attended wearing their own colourful T-Shirt tributes. Greta collected a snapshot record of the excellent examples of Who fashion that paraded past our stall.
Thanks to you all for agreeing to pose for the camera. We love these shots so much. They really seem to capture the magic and spirit of the family of friends in the Who community
Last but not least Greta with her Toy Story / Who mash up
A big thanks to everyone who agreed to take part in “Who’s T-Shirt? 2015” we love you all and hope to see you again next year