Original Catalog Description: A-WING FIGHTER TOY VEHICLE REBELS can fly the unfriendly skies in the new A-WING FIGHTER-- seen in RETURN OF THE JEDI. Kids place one STAR WARS Action Figure inside by opening the canopy which is operated by an action lever in the back. When the battle is over, the vehicle is ready for landing. Kids just activate the landing gear with another lever. And because battles should be heard as well as seen, the A-WING FIGHTER features laser sounds and side cannons that click. Action Figures each sold separately. Uses two "AA" alkaline batteries, not included. Ages 4 and up. Packaged image sample courtesy of finalfrontiertoys.com
Includes: 2 Fists, Roller (issued in blue or gray), Hose and Nozzle, Laser Blaster, 4 Rockets, Fuel Pump * Be aware of possible counterfeit reissues of this item.
The line of Presidential Monsters action figures is a hilarious and welcome addition to the category of monster toys.
Solomon Grundy (Build A Figure Exclusive)
By combining each extra part included in the Series 3 figure assortment, you get a Build A Figure (or B.A.F for short) "Solomon Grundy" exclusive.
Nocturnal Fire Boxed Set (Night Force)
The boxed set consists of 15 figures: Hit and Run, Repeater, Charbroil, Muskrat, Psyche Out, Spearhead and Max, Saw Viper (x3), Frag Viper (x3), Letal, Cobra Mortal and Crimson Asp.
Batman: The Animated Series
Shortly after the 1992 premiere of Batman: The Animated Series, Kenner produced a line of figures based on the new cartoon. Like the previous two Batman movie lines, the first few lines of figures included several versions of Batman, and also included multiple versions of Robin and new villains including Clayface, Scarecrow, Poison Ivy, and others.
In 1993, another Batman movie was released, an animated feature film called Batman: Mask of the Phantasm. Kenner produced Mask of the Phantasm figures using old Batman: T.A.S. molds and only a few new sculpts such as Jet Pack Joker and Phantasm.
Vlix (Brazil Package)
*Beware of many custom figures out in the market. In 1988, Glasslite of Brazil issued remaining Kenner stock and produced a very limited run of remaining Return of the Jedi and Droids toys from a sell off. Certain vehicles and action figures were issued by the company in new packaging. The character Vlix (Tig Fromm's henchman) was an action figure exclusive from unused molds by Kenner. Like the reminder of the Glasslite line, very few were made, even less were sold and most were recycled due to the failing economy when money was tight across the country.
Twiki is voiced by Mel Blanc (who had previously voiced Daffy Duck as Duck Dodgers in spoofs of the early Buck Rogers and other science fiction serials). Twiki became Buck's comic sidekick and tended to express himself with an electronic noise.
Star Destroyer Commander
The original name for this figure was "Death Squad Commander" on the original Star Wars packages. The figure was later renamed "Star Destroyer Commander" for the Empire and Jedi packaging.
Psylocke (X Force)
This X-Force Psylocke variant is considered to be one of the rarest Marvel Legends figures.