The Incredible Hulk

A TVTA Special.

TVTA’s going green for this post, as we present comic covers, adverts and whatever else we found rampaging around the office Incredible Hulk related. Gaaarrrrrghhh! Don’t make us angry!



Thank you for losing your temper with us 🙂

An invitation to help The Vintage Toy Advertiser

Drumming up a little support at TVTA!

It’s coming up to the time of the year when I have to renew my online presence for The Vintage Toy Advertiser. This time around I’m going to struggle. Domain upkeep, image hosting, ensuring the site remains ad-free, and the continual sourcing of vintage materials is proving quite costly this year. The Vintage Toy Advertiser receives hundreds of visits a day from all over the world, and I’m immensely happy and proud that over the years I’ve been able to maintain the site as a free archive and ad-free resource for all. Today I’m appealing for donations to help the site remain healthy. Any contribution will help, no matter how small.

If you would like to help out and are a Paypal user then please donate using the Paypal address of: thesilkies@hotmail.com with the ‘sending to a friend’ or ‘send to friends abroad’ option.

Many thanks. Ford, TVTA.

Batman

A TVTA Special.

Zap!! Pow!! Here be Bats! Presenting… a TVTA special: A bat-tastic, bat-load of print ads and comic book treats, magazine covers, catalogues, Batmobiles, Batboats, Batcopters and Batbikes, the occasional Batvillain, and, erm… delicious Hostess Cup Cakes, Twinkies and Fruit Pies… all from the collection of TVTA! Holy Bat Printables! Enjoy 🙂


Batman 1960s – 1980s


Batman 1990s


Batman 2000s to present


Thanks for looking 🙂

Spider-Man

Spider-Man poster. Art by Al Milgrom. UK. 1983.

A TVTA special.

Presenting: vintage and modern print adverts, comic covers, card games and merchandise featuring web-slinging superhero Spider-Man plus his friends and arch-enemies – all from the collection of TVTA! Enjoy 🙂 



Spider-Man Top Trumps cards and sets


Thanks for looking 🙂

Starriors by Tomy


Big thanks to fellow WP blogger Virtuanaut for sharing the image scans from the Starriors Marvel mini-comics series. To view the complete series be sure to visit Virtuanaut’s site.

Starriors was a short-lived line of toy robots made by Tomy in 1984 and 1985. The figures were released with Marvel mini-comics (6 comics in total). Marvel also published a 4-issue comic book series. Some of the Starriors toys were later altered and re-branded for European markets as R.A.T.S (Robot Anti-Terror Squad).


Starriors toy ad. 1984. Image scan by virtuanaut.net

Starriors toy ad. 1984. Image scan by virtuanaut.net



Thanks for looking 🙂