Experiencing déjà vu lately? It seems the hot toys that once dominated the toy industries in the ’60s and ’70s are making their way back into the hands of today’s electronically crazed child.
With the resources of new technological advancements, creating new models from old toys is a piece of cake. Actually, it is even easier now than it was in the ’60s. Kids today still love the Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em Robots, Barbies, and of course the Legos empire – brands not likely to exit the market anytime soon.
But what these toys do not offer is a real glimpse into our past. They lack a certain level of authenticity. They lack collectability.
Well, thanks to a group of experienced industry professionals, the collectibles market will continue to grow with their new spin on an old classic.
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