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I-Mockery Pays A Visit To Wondercon 2013!
by: -RoG-

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More toys and even a few vintage Halloween masks including Papa Smurf.


Super Pocket Heroes, Action Force, and an old Batmobile with Batman & Robin.


She was super shy and I'm pretty sure her dad made her wear this costume.


He ain't afraid o' no ghosts.


Some nice props including the skull of Gozer the Gozerian and the mask of Jason Voorhees.


The Necronomicon.


Freddy Krueger's Glove.


Ghostbusters ectoplasm, slime, and caustic seeps. Yummy!


Ghostbustin' goggles.


More tools of the trade.


We all know it never really died. And even if it did, the NES has clearly risen from the grave.


Batman's armor.


Battlestar Galactica goodness.


Thor's helmet and Mjolnir.


She must be powerful if she got past security with that firearm.


You'd never think to see the Power Rangers in Troma Entertainment's booth, but there they were.
One of the many reasons why I love WonderCon.


Teen Titans. Word.


Giving a zombie a piggy-back ride is not recommended. Totally leaves your neck exposed to bites.


Harley Quinn and KISS. I could see this relationship working.


A damn fine Joker and Riddler combo.


Hellbound Hellraiser II soundtrack on vinyl.


Strike a pose. Vogue.


A fantastic custom Harley Quinn costume, complete with giant cupcake. I'm sure it's not poisoned or anything...


TRON figures.


Some classic Masters of the Universe figures still in the package.


...and the original Slime Pit playset.


Very rarely do you see somebody cosplaying as Plastic Man. Well done, sir!


Ootini!


A giant T-Rex made of wool!


A rainbow of lightsabers.


Domo-Kun is every superhero ever, and therefore, the most powerful creature in the universe.


Retro-action DC Super Heroes.


Dynamo from M.A.S.K. and the classic Super Powers Hall of Justice playset. Still my all-time favorite superhero toyline.

There's still plenty more from
WonderCon 2013 to see!

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Reader Comments

Comic Artist in Training
Apr 23rd, 2013, 09:56 PM
Do you plan on posting a "Things I Saw At..." videos for this convention?
Forum Virgin
Apr 23rd, 2013, 10:18 PM
That looks the Toy Hunter in the picture with the GI Joe Defiant. Was that his booth? I wonder how much the Defiant was going for.
http://www.travelchannel.com/tv-shows/toy-hunter
Member
Apr 24th, 2013, 12:47 AM
I've Gotta think that a Wool T-Rex is the worst kind of dinosaur... even if you survive it's viscous attack you are still gonna be all hot and itchy.
Pickled Patriarch
Apr 24th, 2013, 01:20 AM
WhiteRoseBrian - Nope, just took photos at this event.

ForgottenInvader - I believe it was. There was a film crew there just after I finished taking photos of the booth. It didn't have a price tag on it, but I'm sure it wasn't cheap. The U.S.S. Flagg was listed for $7500.
Member
Apr 24th, 2013, 09:55 AM
Wow, I never expected to see a Troma booth at a con, at least outside of NJ. I wish I had known my old toys would be worth so much 30 years later. A friend of mine still has most of his GI Joe stuff including the Flagg. Even seeing it today it seems huge, I can't imagine how it must have looked to an 8-year old.
Member
Apr 26th, 2013, 10:06 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by A-bomb View Post
Wow, I never expected to see a Troma booth at a con, at least outside of NJ. ...
Troma are always at SDCC too. I've met Lloyd a couple of times there.
Forum Virgin
Apr 26th, 2013, 05:23 PM
Good to see Micronauts represented. Hands down,the best toyline of the late 70's
Forum Virgin
May 7th, 2013, 07:19 AM
Lost the perspective on Tron figures and thought that those are human-sized and for some reason hanging under the ceiling.

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