The Mattel 1985 Toy Catalog has everything for every kid on the block. Barbie starts things off and shows that she was and still is the 1st Lady of Mattel. Rainbow Brite and She-Ra: Princess of Power, also keep the girls engaged. However, there is plenty of muscle to go around. The Mighty Orbots, Wheeled [...]
Hasbro’s 1987 Toy Catalog is really a perfect glimpse into the 1980′s toy scene. This entire mag is chock full of great toys for all ages. The variety, photography, and great set pieces instantly make this book one of the brightest stars in the Orangeslime toy catalog universe. Jem and the Holograms take on the [...]
In 1987 Mattel released their Mad Scientist toy line, allowing kids to create their own monsters. Although a hit with a lot of young Scientists, the messy molding compound probably made a few parents Mad. The toy-line released a six figure series called Mad Scientist Monster Kit. It was a carded package, which included a [...]
Kenner has plenty of ooze and adrenaline in their 1987 toy catalog! Centurions, Chuck Norris Karate Kommandos, The Real Ghostbusters, Mask, Sky Commanders and Silverhawks are all ready for some action! Grab a bag of Stay Puft Marshmallows and cozy up to this slimy good toy mag!
Direct from Canada. The 1986 Sears Christmas Catalog shows off a great year in toys. Debuts from Tonka’s Steel Monsters, Centurions, MASK, Inhumanoids, Thundercats, and the beginning of the enormously successful WWF Wrestling Superstars. Some nice later series from Transformers, Masters of the Universe, and G.I. Joe with a great pick of the G.I. Joe [...]
1984! You had to be there! It was wonderful, awesome, radical, and bitchin’ all wrapped up into one! If you were just a little too young or way too young to remember 1984, Orangeslime has your back. Prepare for a time trip, thanks to the Kenner 1984 Toy Catalog. This magazine is quite frankly the [...]
The 1985 Montgomery Ward Christmas catalog, a great year for action figure lines and plush. Featuring, rainbow brite, care bear, gobots, tomy robot, wuzzles, transformers, gijoe, master of the universe, M.A.S.K., sectaurs, wheeled warriors, super powers, secret wars.
In 1993 “Galoob” was a powerhouse in the toy market. This catalog shows off they’re most poplar toy lines Micro Machines, ZBOTS, Bad Eggz Bunch, and Trash bag Bunch.
Imperial Toys Corporation of Los Angeles, in 1985 released one of the most iconic toys of the 80’s the Six Foot Inflatable Giant Godzilla. little did they know their blow-up “King of the Monsters” would be featured in movies, and be manufactured for over the next ten years. At the time Imperial Toys dominated with [...]
Kenner’s 1989 Toy Catalog really does have the hits! The Real Ghostbusters are back, with some new creeps and some familiar old ghouls. Robocop and Police Academy uphold the law. Bone Age, Mega Force, Blast Jets and Building Blasters keep the hits rolling. Starting Lineup closes this game out with an all-star roster for the [...]